EFS California Tour 2016 - Boys U14/15 & U16

The European Football School U14/15 and U16 teams played seven friendly games in California against some strong South California competition between April 28 - May 3, 2016. The two EFS teams were comprised of 26 players aged 13 to 15 years old, from North and West Vancouver, Burnaby, Coquitlam, Abbotsford, Squamish, Salmon Arm, Williams Lake, Bella Coola, and Quesnel, BC. The boys trained for two months in preparation for this tour, training 3 to 4 times a week.

Spring Camps 2016 Summary

EFS Spring Camp in Vernon
EFS Spring Camp in Kamloops
EFS Spring Camp in Vernon
EFS Spring Camp in Quesnel

This year’s Spring Camp was held in five different locations across British Columbia: Surrey/ White Rock, Kamloops, Salmon Arm, Vernon and Quesnel. In the five camps over 270 players between ages of 7 to 18 years old went through the EFS training program. We thank everyone for attending this year’s Spring Camps and for choosing EFS has their development camp.

EFS Euro Tour 2016 - Boys U17/18

EFS Euro Tour 2016 – Boys U17/18

This spring break European Football School will be sending a boys soccer team aged 16 to 18 to Europe to play 7 exhibition games against teams from Holland, Germany and Belgium.

Between March 8th and March 23nd the team will travel with stops and games in Amsterdam (Holland), Den Bosch (Holland), Dusseldorf (Germany), Antwerp (Belgium) and The Hague (Holland). In all, 7 games are scheduled over the 13 day trip.

Soccer players get international experience

Williams Lake soccer players Kara Zurak (from left), Morgan Schofield, Melissa Rispin, Isabelle Call and Natasha Lewis joined European Football School head coach Saibo Talic (third from left) for a two-week soccer tour of Europe recently

by Greg Sabatino - Williams Lake Tribune
posted Jun 16, 2015 at 3:00 PM
Nine lakecity soccer players were afforded the chance to play soccer abroad recently through the Vancouver-based European Football School.

Local players primed for soccer adventure

Patricia Miles and Mitchell Redpath stand with their European Soccer school head coach Saibo Talic during a recent training session. - See more at: http://www.princegeorgecitizen.com/sports/local-players-primed-for-soccer-adventure-1.1872603#sthash.bMeYCG8S.dpuf

Patricia Miles may be spending the next two weeks on a soccer tour through Europe, but that doesn't mean the 17-year-old Grade 11 Kelly Road secondary student is letting her school work slide. She has calculus homework to stay on top of.
Her Prince George teammate on the North Vancouver-based European Football School girls squad, Mitchell Redpath, will celebrate her 17th birthday during the side's stop in Belgium.


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