The Gibraltar Football Association is happy to announce that the Gibraltar Futsal National “A” Team will be travelling to Krosno, Poland to participate in a UEFA Friendly Four Nations tournament. This will further help the team prepare itself for the UEFA Futsal EURO qualifying rounds in 2015.
Members of the Gibraltar Pool Association today left for the Nations Cup in Malta, where they will participate in the Under 18s, Under 23s, Mens, Ladies, Masters, Specials and Seniors categories.
The tournament, kicking off tomorrow, will see 70 teams from 8 nations compete for the 12 Team Event Titles and 8 Individual Titles.
The GFA has today announced that the upcoming friendly against Slovakia will kick off at 6:30pm Portuguese time on Tuesday 19th November at the Estadio do Algarve near Faro, Portugal. The GFA has insisted that admission to the match will be free of charge as a reward for local supporters who make the effort and expense to travel to Portugal.
The Royal Gibraltar Police’s football team flew to the United Kingdom this past weekend and competed in a football match against the Northamptonshire Constabulary. The opportunity arose following contacts between Commissioner Eddie Yome of the RGP and Deputy Chief Constable Martin Jelley of Northamptonshire Constabulary. Both officers attended the same Strategic Command Course in 2008 and have maintained a close professional and personal relationship since then.
The Uefa.com website has reported that GFA footballer George Wink will “forever be a special name in the history of Gibraltarian football” after scoring the team’s first goals in an UEFA competition during the recent Under-17 qualifying matches against Ireland and Armenia.