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Wednesday afternoon. Bobycentrum hotel in heart of Brno, in heart of Europe. Mission: EMF Euro 2017 draw ceremony. Status: Done.
When all journalists, guests and EMF representatives took their chairs, strange silence was in the air. In the next upcoming moments all speculations and thoughts will be pointless as all 24 teams will know their place, their group, their opponents.
After nice presentation of hosting city – Brno and welcoming words from both European Minifootball Federation and World Minifootball Federation Presidents, Mr. David Tibor and Filip Juda, tgere was only one thing remaining. To get 24 balls from 4 pots and place them in to 6 groups. Mr. David Tibor was talking about minifootball and its message where Mr. Juda has added some updates from organisation side point of view.
Now we all know that this summer will bring many interesting clashes right from the start. For example, defending chapions from Kazakhstan will face in Group D Romania, Greece and Portugal. Very strong is the Group C where Russia was joined by Spain, Slovakia and Turkey. Home Czech Republic team will compare its strenght with Hungary, Israel and Latvia. “Group of neighbours”. Thats how we can call Group E where places has been given to Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia and Italy.
Right after the draw ceremony, interesting press conference has been set up for media and last questions were raised. But another will come in couple of weeks time, when this whole minifootball celebration start. Good luck to all teams!
EMF Euro 2017 draw:
Group A: Czech Republic, Hungary, Israel, Latvia
Group B: Germany, Poland, Bulgaria, Ukraine
Group C: Russia, Spain, Slovakia, Turkey
Group D: Romania, Kazakhstan, Greece, Portugal
Group E: Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Italy
Group F: Croatia, Slovenia, France, Belgium
EMF Euro 2017 will take place from 9th – 17th June in second largest city in the Czech Republic Brno. We are looking forward to see all of you in the heart of Europe this june!
Draw ceremony is history, EMF Euro 2017 is the future
Tolerance, humanity, respect – Image round the World
Respect, tolerance, humanity. During 4 Nations Cup in Croatia, played one week ago, amazing photo came up. Final match brought together team Croatia and Bosnia & Herzegovina. After one hard tackle commited by Bosnian player Josip Kupreškić on Croatian captain Zorna Lukavečki, was made great photo which was shared around the world. Kupreškić has kissed his opponent and shown what message minifootball spread.
No matter what religion, race or background you have came from. At minifootball pitch we are united!
„As for the images that I kiss on head the captain of the Croatian national team Lukavečki, I think that a picture speaks 1000 words,“ Josip Kupreškić has commented. “I think this picture should be an example of respect for rival players.The figure shows that the minifootball is more than just sport. Yes minifootball should unite people and to prove we are one big family. With Respect to other people, nations, skin color. I am proud part of the picture where I expressed respect towards the opponent. And I hope that these images have a good effect on minifootball in Europe and in the whole world ,“ added Kupreškić.
4 NATIONS CUP CROATIA
Date: 20th and 21st May
Location: Zagreb, sport centre Trešnjevka
Participants: CROATIA, HUNGARY, FRANCE and BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA
Spectators: 200 during 2 days
CROATIA – FRANCE 4-1 , HUNGARY – BOSNIA 1-2, CROATIA – HUNGARY 4-2 ,
BOSNIA – FRANCE 4-2 , CROATIA – BOSNIA 4-0 , HUNGARY – FRANCE 4-2
3rd place match: HUNGARY – FRANCE 3-1
Final: CROATIA – BOSNIA 2-2 (on penalties 3-4)
Best player: ZORAN LUKAVEČKI – CROATIA
Best scorer: MARKO VUJICA – BOSNIA
In this case you can easily say that „dreams come true“. Tunisian Minifootball Federation has introduced this confident and superb project, where as a result brand new stadium with 2,980 seats in total will be built and will host African Championship 2017. This nice venue is another huge step into the future for Minifootball community in Africa.
WMF Vice-president and Tunisian Minifootball Federation, Mr. Achraf Ben Salha, said: „We are proud to announce this big success. Our new stadium will rise and be able to host all WMF competitions soon. Now we have to decide in which City is this Stadium going to be built. It will be either Hammamet, Tazarka or Nabeul.“
WMF President, Mr. Filip Juda added: „We would like to thank the Tunisian government for sharing the construction costs with us. I am sure such stadium will be also an usefull tool to reach some of the social policy targets – to reduce crime and violence in Tunisia,“ the first man of WMF Facebook page appreciated smooth cooperation between domestic federation and government.
Well done, Tunisia! Now it is time to wish you good luck with all building procedures, duties and we hope more countries will have such an opportunity in short future as well.
Minifootball Stadium in Tunisia
The World Minifootball Federation (“WMF”), is the highest authority of minifootball in the world. Fifa does not recognize minifootball
WMF created 3 different categories of minifootball: 5 a side, 6 a side and 7 a side.
The WMF has a special dynamic because of the huge number of players who play every day, every week and every month because they are just in love with this sport.
Minifootball leagues and other competitions and events are organizing by the WMF or by its continental, national or local affiliates.
The best teams from local leagues will advance to national championship. The best players are chosen for national team which participate in continental or World minifootball Championship.
There are currently more than 35 000 official WMF facilities and more than 1,7 mil amateur unofficial minifootball players and fields hosting the regional competitions and national tournaments which are organized by WMF members.
The WMF has branched out to all 5 federations and locking in the world for the mini football revolution.