European Football School celebrates 11 years in lakecity

There’s an undeniable passion Saibo Talic brings to the pitch in his coaching style.

In the 11 years he’s been hosting his Vancouver-based European Football School soccer camp in the lakecity many players have experienced it and many more have benefited from his instruction.

Close to 100 players split into sessions by age spent Monday to Friday last week at the Esler Sports Complex working on skills and tactical knowledge of the game from Saibo and his coaching staff. There was also a select camp and a coaching clinic held during the early evenings.

Whistler Summer Camp 2014: Success with Great Attendance

EFS held it's first five-day summer camp in Whistler B.C.with record numbers of 98 players under sunny skies.  There were substantial local players from the beautiful Whistler community and surrounding areas but also players visiting from international destination including Singapore, and Japan.  Thank you for the Whistler Youth Soccer Association and to P.J. O'Heany for their great work in organizing this year's camp and also a special thanks to Mitch Forster for managing  the registration of this large number of applicants. See the picture below.


EFS will be sending six teams to the KYSA Slurpee Cup Tournament in Kamloops BC the May long weekend, May 17, 18 and 19, 2014. Competing this year are our U12 Boys, U12 Girls, U14 Boys, U16 Boys, U17 Girls and U17 Boys. Approximately 85 EFS players, including players from Quesnel, Wiliams Lake and Salmon Arm, who have been taking part in extra training for the past five weeks and are keen to put their football skills and team strategies to the test against teams from around the province this coming long weekend.


Full team

EFS has just completed its 18th playing tour to Europe since its inception in the year 2000. Two boys teams (29 players), aged U15/U16 and U16/U17, returned to Canada in early April from a 13 day playing tour of Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Slovenia, Croatia, and Northern Italy. This was undoubtedly the most exciting and successful tour, both in terms of team performance and games results, yet it was the toughest due to the number of countries visited (5) and the number of games played (9) within the short time frame of 13 days.

Euro Trip 2014

This spring break the European Football School (EFS) of Vancouver, Canada will be sending two soccer teams of boys aged 14 to 18 to Europe to play friendlies against teams from across the continent. Between March 22nd and April 2nd the teams will travel by bus from Frankfurt to Zurich with stops and games in Frankfurt (Germany), Munich (Germany), Salzburg (Austria), Porec (Croatia), Ljubljana (Slovenia) and Zurich (Switzerland).


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