We all know what sport is the most popular on the planet. And while millions of people are trying to emulate Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi, the Russian startup offers a solution to help them do this, and at the same time to unite Amateur football internationally. What interesting offers for football people a new service?
English slang word Baller called those who know how to skillfully handle the ball, whether feints, elements of freestyle or just incredible precision strikes. The closest in meaning Russian term – “magician of the ball.” Continue reading
How does Amateur football look to the future? How can and should associations support clubs? As it creates the Foundation for opportunities that had Germany as the host country Евро2024? These are the key issues that will be addressed at the 3rd Amateur football Congress from 22 to 24 February 2019 in Kassel. In the run-up to the event, the question arises of what the German football Union (DFB) is actually doing for the masses and what role Amateur football plays. This tells fussball.de.
HOW DOES GERMAN FOOTBALL WORK?
The structure of German football resembles a pyramid. At the top is the national team, supported by a huge base of about 7.1 million members and 24,800 clubs. They are distributed among 21 state (municipal) associations, which in turn are assigned to five regional associations. For the DFB and its national associations, it is a systematic work week by week to enable almost 155,000 teams to play. Continue reading
If you ask a Scot to describe himself and his people in one word, he will undoubtedly say “the brave” — brave. Bravery goes through the history of this small Northern region. Anthem music — Scotland the brave, national anthem cinematic — Braveheart (Braveheart), reading Walter Scott, the legends, legends — all sings of courage. Our team will definitely feel it for themselves. But we’re not cowards, are we?
Let’s start with the fact that the alignment in our qualifying group is already a great motivation before the September qualifying meetings. Continue reading