Submitted by Editor on Fri, 04/14/2017 - 17:08
This year's Euro Tour will take place in Germany, France, and Switzerland with our U14/U15 and U16/U17 girl teams.
Our squad of 28 players is made up of players from West and North Vancouver, Burnaby, New Westminster, Richmond, Coquitlam, Squamish, Mt. Currie, Kamloops, Williams Lake, and Salmon Arm. Head Coach Saibo has been training the squad for 2 months to prepare for this amazing soccer adventure and the girls are looking forward to bumping shoulders with some of the best clubs in Europe.
Submitted by Editor on Thu, 04/13/2017 - 14:26
This year’s Spring Camp was held in five different locations across British Columbia: Kamloops, Salmon Arm, Mt.Currie, Vernon, and Quesnel. In the five camps over 250 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.
Submitted by Editor on Sun, 08/21/2016 - 15:59
Even under blazing hot conditions, the European Football School, led by the always smiling Saibo Talic, was able to draw huge numbers to his five-day camp.
In total 92 eager soccer players between the ages of eight and 18 laced up their boots to learn from the knowledgeable coaching staff of EFS.
Submitted by Editor on Wed, 07/20/2016 - 22:50
More than 110 soccer players were sharpening their skills last week during the European Football School camp.
The Vancouver-based EFS has loyally brought its talented coaching staff to Williams Lake, including head coach Saibo Talic and his son, Amar Talic, for the past 14 years teaching skills and tactical knowledge of the game to youth soccer players.
“This is the biggest numbers we’ve had in Williams Lake,” Amar said. “It’s a great turnout from all ages — six all the way to 18, and it’s great to see lots of goalkeepers this year.”
Submitted by Editor on Mon, 07/18/2016 - 17:29
Eighteen-year-old Justin Hansen is travelling to play in the soccer hotbed of Holland.
In May, the centre-back flew to Europe to try out for v.v. OJC Rosmalen’s under-19 division three club, where he was later selected for the team.
“It’s very well structured, high intensity soccer and very physical,” Hansen said. “It’s smart soccer. They’re a lot more passionate and it’s really enjoyable to play.”