This summer, on the first week of July, Baltic Football school (BFS) together with FC ELVA and Siauliu FA are organising a three-day football camp for age groups 2006, 2007 and 2008. The camp will take place in three different cities and countries in Baltic states. Special guest and head coach of this camp will be Dave Johnson who works at English Premier League club West Ham United as the head of coaching for age groups U9-U14.
This is an event where all the players can show their best abilities and potentially get selected for the future Baltic Football school events in the next season. Baltic Football school is a project that offers its services to football clubs and organisations in the work with talented football players. BFS offers an opportunity to develop on an international stage, learn and train with international coaches and compete at elite level football camps and tournaments that take place in such cities as Berlin, Munich, Moscow, London, Manchester etc. For more information about the project visit our website - http://balticfootballschool.eu/en/
To sign up for this camp you need to send in the information about the player (name surname, club, coach, position, playing foot, height) and contact the person who is in the charge for each of the locations. Places for the camp – 40. Price – EUR 55,-. The official camp t-shirt is included in the price.
3.07. Riga, Latvia; Dzintars Kazaks; + 371 28007765; (firstname.lastname@example.org)
4.07. Siauliai, Lithuania; Deivis Kancelskis; +37061022136; (email@example.com)
5.07. Elva, Estonia; Marek Naaris; +372 5216916; (firstname.lastname@example.org)
At the stadium Daugava in Liepaja, international kids football tournament for age group 2006 has finished with a victory by 1 FC Koln who in the final match beat Liverpool FC 3-0. Third place was taken by PFC CSKA.
Over two days in total 18 teams from 9 countries were competing for the victory. On the first day group games were played to decide who will play for 1st-6th place, who for the 7th-12th place and who for 13th-18th place. Whilst in the second day, teams were playing for specific positions.
In the gold group (1st-6th place) first two positions were taken by 1 FC Koln and Liverpool FC who played in the final to decide who will be the champion. In the 3rd place match, Moscow derby took place when FC Spartak played against PFC CSKA. 5th place was taken by West Bromwich Albion whilst Harju JK finished in 6th.
In the 3rd place match, PFC CSKA beat their rivals 1-0. In the final match, 1 FC Koln showed no mercy and beat Liverpool FC 3-0.
Tournament best goalkeeper prize was collected by Salim Dasaev (FC Spartak), the best player prize went to Peniel Djopa (1 FC Koln) but the top goalscorer in the tournament was Kilian Robenhorst (1 FC Koln).
All the results can be found here: LIEPAJA SPRING CUP 2017 results.
All the pictures and news can be found here: LIEPAJA SPRING CUP photos.
Six Baltic Football school (BFS) players are on their way to the Czech Republic to take part in Mini Euro tournament which is considered the highest point in this project for the U-11 age group. In the previous tournaments and camps, these football players have shown themselves from the best side and therefore will participate in the tournament with Team Europa. They are:
Markus Ivanovs – FK Jelgava
Adrians Žukovs – FK Liepaja
Olivers Kellers – Jurmalas Spartaks
Roberts Bočs – Jurmalas Spartaks
Kristaps Breikšs – JDFS Alberts
Reinars Siliņš– Riga FC
Thank you to coaches and clubs for their work in developing the players. Thank you to parents for their time and support. Hard work pays off!