At the 4th time of asking a Polish team finally won the Krakow Trophy after 3 years of falling to overseas opposition. Local team Hutnik proved the winners after a day of competitive action. The tournament was notable as the first indoor tournament due to the freakish weather in Krakow and flooding of our normal pitches just 24 hours before the tournament kicked off.

The team went to work and managed to find an alternative venue at short notice and stage the event. A great day was had by all and we look forward to returning to our normal outdoor venue barring any blizzards or tornadoes of course. Even then, I'm sure we'll find a way round it!

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The 2010 Algarve Open proved so poular that we had to increase capacity to 20 teams for the second year in a row and we still sold out months before the tournament kicked off.

On the pitch we saw a great day's action that led to 4 teams from 4 different nations contesting the Cup Semi-Finals and out of those 4 it was Athletico Do Hollande who became the first Dutch team to lift a trophy in competition.

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Magic Monkeys became the first English winners of a tournament  in Barcelona when they overcame 2008 Barca Fives winners Rapid Bosco Navas (Spain) and 2009 Barcelona Fives winners, Anglo Knights (Spain) en route to glory. They follow hot on the heels of Luminy Wolves (France) in the 2009 Barca Fives making it two tournaments in a row where home teams have been unable to capture the title.

The Plate title went to another English team Warranty Direct to complete an awesome double. Both teams beat Spanish opposition in their respective finals.

David Payne made it a treble when he lifted the top goalscorer prize with 8 goals in 7 games beating 2 Spanish strikers and 1 other Englishman, Russell Chopping, who all finished on 6 goals for the day.

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Lozenetz City of Bulgaria became only the second team in history to win two tournaments when they claimed the 2010 Manchester Fives title defeating debutants Basford United in the final.

In the Plate competition Atlantic Star picked up silverware in their 4th tournament after getting closer and closer in European competition.

James Needham of Basford United claimed the top goalscorer prize with 8 goals.

The real winner of the day was The Prostate Cancer Charity who we raised £1000.00 for and created a lot of awareness around this very important issue.

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On the eve of Holland's appearance in the World Cup Final 12 teams battled it out for glory on a gloriously sunny day in Amsterdam. Goldsmith Williams reached their 4th final and claimed their 2nd title when they gained revenge for the 2009 Prague Masters final with victory over their arch rivals Lozenetz City of Bulgaria.

In the Plate Final Dark Horses beat CUGO of Scotland in a reversal of fortune after they met in the Group stage. There was further honours for Dark Horses captain Richard Walker as he claimed the tournament's top goalscorer award.

It was a fantastic day of tournament action and everyone had a great day out in the Amsterdam sun.....not to mention many a good night out in Amsterdam's famous nightlife over the weekend!

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From the 20 starting teams it was two-times winners Olympic Phil Babb taking on two-times winners Lozenetz City in the final of the 2010 Prague Masters. The two teams met in the final and it was Olympic Phil Babb who took the honour of being the first team to win three tournaments - a great achievement!

There was also success for the New Camps and Dot Cotton's Flaps in the Plate and Wooden Spoon competitions respectively. Personal honours went to Mark Hignett of Cheesecake FC as he claimed the top goalscorer award with a great haul of 11 goals in 6 games.

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Following 3 succesive years without a home win, Polish teams made it a double victory in 2010 as Azmot claimed the 2010 Krakow Cup title to add to Hutnik's win in the Krakow Trophy back in May.

FC Biermeisters broke their eurofootballfives duck when the FCB Helles squad won a sensational Plate final to take the trophy and winners medals in the Plate competition. They trailed 3-0 to Over Crusaders before embarking on a sensational comeback that saw them grab an injury time equaliser and then a Golden Goal to break Over Crusaders hearts.

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For the first time in 8 tournaments in Prague there was a Czech double as Deportivo claimed victory in the main Cup competition with JNJ Global Services taking glory in the Plate competition. When you add Czech team, DHL Prague Blue's David Asamoah to the list as tournament Top Goalscorer then there is a domestic clean sweep of the trophies.

To leave it at that would be unfair on Arrows who came so close to winning the main prize and when they led 2-0 in the final match it looked like an England vctory until Deportivo fought back to 2-2 and claim the Cup group and the coveted 2010 Prague Trophy.

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The 2010 Valencia Fives saw the tournament more than double in size following the event's debut in 2009. Bigger does not necessarily mean better but in this case it most certainly does!

On a glorious weekend in Valencia, 24 degrees, the tournament was played out in sensational sunshine as the travelling teams could forget about the cold, dreary weather in the UK. On the pitch there was success for Futbol City and Los Halcones in the Cup and Plate competitions respectively.

Away from the tournament there was plenty of beach action and nightlife action to be had with many a sore head on Sunday morning. We thank you all for attending this amazing tournament and we look forward to seeing you all back in action next year.

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