The Krakow Trophy kicked off the season triumphantly for the third consecutive year as Rigford Seahawks claimed the title on a gorgeous summer's day in the party capital of Poland.

Afdter a full day of action, bathed in glorious sunshine the Seahawks success left local Polish teams without success on home soil for another year. The locals will have to wait another 12 months and try their luck again in 2010 to end this unenviable record.

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The 2009 Algarve Open was our largest tournament team to date with 20 teams taking on the challenge to win in Portugal.

After a full day of action on the sunny Algarve coast it was Olympic Phil Babb who emerged victorious. They became the first team to win two tournaments and followed up their 2008 Amsterdam Fives victory with the the 2009 Algarve Open title. We've been advised that Barcelona is their next target in 2010 as they aim for the hat-trick.

For the full 2009 report - click here.


Following Spanish victory in the 2008 Barca Fives (Rapid Bosco Navas won the title) the 2009 Barcelona Fives in June saw a Spanish clean sweep of all the silverware.

Anglo Knights won the prestigious Cup competition and Dynamo won the Plate competition. The top goalscorer prize went to Spanish team Dynamo's English striker, Gary Moore with a return of 7 goals for the tournament.

Barcelona proves to be as popular as ever on the tour and we are all set for the 2009 Barca Fives (November) and next year's Barcelona Fives (June 2010) where Anglo Knights will be looking to defend their title. Do you have what it takes to take their crown?

For the full 2009 Barcelona Fives click here.


The 2009 Prague Masters saw some of the greatest drama and tension in history to date. With two former winners (Goldsmith Williams and Kehar Club) and also former semi-finalists (SK Zelenec) in the line up we were promised competitive action. We were not disappointed and treated to a classic final as Lozenetz City came from behind to defeat the defending champions, 2-1.

Lozenetz City were our first ever winners from Bulgaria and their trip from Sofia was certainly worth the long journey.

The full report of the 2009 Prague Masters can be viewed on this link - 2009 Prague Masters Report.


The 2009 Amsterdam Fives signed off our summer season in style as the Dutch capital lived up to all expectations both on and off the pitch.

In the main Cup competition we saw debutants Bull Heads lift their first title conceding just the one goal along the way. They defeated the tournament's surprise package Blazers Army 2-0 in the final. Blazers Army reached the final courtesy of two golden goals.

In the Plate competition, the CSF made it 3 plate titles as they won their 3rd title in 4 plate finals. They needed a golden goal themselves to do it as they upset Dutch team Tom Tom Go to claim the victory.

A great day was had by all and the main problem the teams have now is which tournament to conquer next?

Full details of the report can be found on the following link - click here.

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In 2007 Dogshead FC entered the Prague Trophy and despite having a perfect group record came unstuck in the quarter-finals with a shock exit by Golden Goal. In 2009 they returned to have another crack at winning the title and accomplished their mission with aplomb.

There were two former previous champions in the 12 team field as 2007 Prague Masters winners Kehar Club and 2009 Krakow Trophy champions the Rigford Seahawks took to the field.

We all enjoyed a great day of tournament action and please click here to read the full report on the days' festivities.


Whilst Valencia versus Barcelona was 0-0 in the evening La Liga fixture, the 17th october saw 127 goals at the 2009 Valencia Fives.

With an exciting new format launched for the event it was 9 Nana Budds who were crowned overall champions. The CSF picked up an incredible 3rd Plate title of the year after success in the Algarve and Amsterdam. There was also individual success for MP Matthews of Spanish team Shabbier as he finished the tournament's top goalscorer with an impressive 14 goals.

Former Premier League referee Graham Barber handed out the silverware to bring down the curtain on a fantastic day of football. Click here for all the details.


The 2009 Barca Fives signed off another cracking season of eurofootballfives action and we probably left the best until last. 16 teams from Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, England, France and Spain came together to compete and we were treated to a classic. The Lozenetz City (Bulgaria) versus Luminy Wolves (France) semi-final and Goldsmith Williams (England) versus Luminy Wolves (France) final were amongst the best games we have witnessed.

In an unbelievable atmosphere it was the French team who came through on penalties. In the Plate competition, Equipo A of Spain were victorious. Xavi Moya of Equipo A was top goalscorer with 10 goals during the competition. Click here for all the details.


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