The Krakow Trophy kicked off our debut season in 2007 and and in our 10th season it was trusted to kick off our 2016 season and once again it proved a stunning success.

We had teams from the Czech Rep, England, Italy, Poland and Slovakia all participating to compete for the title of 2016 Krakow Trophy champions. There was a first victory for Tinniedad & Tobacco after two penalty shoot-out defeats in Cup Semi-Finals in Barcelona 2014 and Berlin 2015.

In the Plate competition there was success for Misfits FC who defeated Johnsbridge FC in the Final. The Wooden Spoon was won by Maverick FC over Odmienowie FC. The individual honours went to Jon McKinley of Tinniedad & Tobacco who struck 14 times on the day.

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We had a sensational day of action in Budapest  to mark the 6th annual Budapest Fives. We had many familiar faces in the form of Budapest Celtic, CIS Committee and Meglepetes plus a host of debutants to create a great atmosphere on the day.

CIS Committee were looking for their 2nd Budapest Fives title in 3 years but crashed out on penalties to Budapest Celtic Greens. Budapest Celtic Greens then competed in the Cup Final but Budapest Celtic finished runners-up for the third time in 6 years as Meglepetes wrapped up a fine victory.

In the Plate competition, it was FC Broxelona versus FC Broxelona as the A team met the B team. There was a goal-fest in the final as the A team struck a late winner to take the trophy and winners' medals, 4-3.

A successful day for Meglepetes was compounded as Domonkos Muranyi was the tournament top goalscorer with 9 goals.

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The 2016 Mallorca Tournament was another glorious weekend in the Balearics as we had 24 teams sign up to compete at the tournament. In recent years we have had overseas success with Cheesecake FC (Eng) defeating Palma Select (Spa) 2-0 in 2014. Then last year we had Saipan FC (Ire) defeat ZVC Indoor Gent (Bel) 1-0 in 2015.

It was Spanish success in 2016 as Peluqueria Mariano defeated their compatriots Los Pibes in the Cup Final.

In the Plate competition there was success for We've Got Wood who defeated St Paul's College Old Boys 1st Team 1-0 in the final. St Paul's were gunning for a third successive Plate win after victory in the Plate at the 2014 Amsterdam Fives and 2015 Bratislava Fives.

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With May behind us we embarked on our June schedule and on the weekend Euro 2016 kicked off we kicked our own European tournament in the Algarve.

There was home success for Galacticos who picked up their first crown as they won the 5 team Cup group ahead of Cheesecake FC. Cheesecake FC had finished second here in 2011 in one of the great Cup Finals and were to be bridesmaid's again here in Portugal.

There was double success for Portugal as Trilution won the Plate group. They pipped Water Boy, who were the Plate Winners in 2013, by 2 points.

Nacho Monales - the Spanish forward playing for the Irish team of Saipan FC - was the golden boot winner with 8 goals during the tournament.

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The Veterans Tournament turned 4 years old in 2016. The inaugural tournament was held in Lisbon in 2013 and after trips to Mallorca and the Algarve the tournament returned to Lisbon in 2016.

There was double success for Portugal in both the Cup and the Plate. In the Cup competition it was Sago who defeated Tanagra 2-1 in the Cup Final. In the Plate competition there was a Portuguese win for Pioes who defeated England's Crabtree Amblers 2-0 in the Plate Final.

There were 3 players level on 5 goals in the Top Goalscorer list with Peter Ciezak (Stilton Rovers), Jacob Hugo (Tanagra) and Rui Gomes (Sago).

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Lisbon proved to be a fantastic host for the third time as the 2016 Lisbon Tournament was another resounding success.

The Cup competition saw a France versus Portugal final and we looked all set for a French victory as World Pinteur lead 2-0 before Parques Tejo hit back to level things up at 2-2. This meant the title would be decided on a penalty shoot-out. Parques Tejo took the honour 2-0.

In the Plate competition it was Southgate County who were victorious with a 2-0 win in the final over Your Mum.

Parques Tejo also took the individual honours as Djassy Gomes took the top goalscorer prize with 7 goals.

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The 2016 JNJ Euro Soccer Tournament was held for the fifth time and for the first time in Krakow. 14 teams were assembled from around Europe and beyond. We had teams from the Czech Republic, England, Poland, Portugal, Russia and the UAE.

In four previous years of this event we had four different winners from Croatia, Russia, England and Switzerland. In 2016 it was JNJ Russia who became the first team to win the tournament for a second time as they defeated Synthes UK 1 in the Cup Final.

In the Plate competition GBS Reds (who had won the Plate at the 2010 Prague Trophy and 2012 Berlin Fives) lifted silverware for the first time in the JNJ Euro Soccer Tournament. They defeated Janssen Portugal 4-2 in the Plate Final.

The top goalscorer award went to JNJ Poland for the first time with Jacek Banas scoring an impressive 13 goals in the competition.


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CIS Committee of Belarus went joint second on the all time list of winners in competition as they won the 2016 Prague Tournament. They moved level with Athletico Do Hollande on 3 tournament wins and one behind the all-time record of Olympic Phil Babb who have 4.

It was CIS Committee's first win since their triumphant 2014 season which saw them claim the Budapest Fives and Bratislava Fives in the same season. They defeated Team Extreme 3-2 in the Cup Final who came as close as they ever have to glory.

In the Plate competition, Frank Hirth collected their 2nd Plate win as they added the 2016 Prague Tournament Plate to the one they won at the 2015 Lisbon Tournament. They defeated 50 Shades of O Shea who reached their first final.

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Despite a strong international challenge with six English teams and Spain United all reaching the Cup Quarter-Finals it was the Dutch team Benecke who claimed glory at the 2016 Amsterdam Fives. They defeated Spain United 5-2 in the Cup Final. Benecke also featured the tournament top goalscorer, Dylan George, who struck an incredible 15 teams over the course of the tournament.

In the Plate competition it was England versus Holland in the final as Rain Dragons met Team Koopman. After a thrilling 4-4 draw the Plate was decided by an epic penalty shoot-out. After 19 exemplary penalties someone inevitably had to miss and it was Team Koopman who were on the victorious side 10-9 in the shoot-out.

For full details click this link. made its debut in Latvia in 2016 and it was a huge success. We had 24 teams join us for the inaugural Riga Tournament. The city itself was a fantastic destination to visit and the tournament proved to be a great hit. We had teams from England, France, Lithuania and Latvia assembled to challenge for the title.

L'Albiceleste were the victorious team as they took the winning medals and trophy back to Paris. It was their second success after the 2013 Mallorca Fives.

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The Barcelona Fives once again capped a wonderful year of action in this great city. We had a record 32 teams internationally from England, France, Ireland, Italy and Northern Ireland with Spanish teams coming from Barcelona, Madrid and Valencia.

We had three competitions within the tournament after the group phase - the overall Cup competition with second tier Plate and third tier Trophy competition.

Club Esportiu Llefia won the 2015 Barcelona Fives and were back to defend their title. They were ultimately unable to do so but Club Esportiu Llefia did triumph - in the Plate competiton. The main title this year went to Elcombe Old Boys who won the Barcelona Fives at the fourth attempt. In the Trophy competition, Bolivar won the title that they also won last year (under the name of Equipo De Christian).

The other honours of the day went to Alfred Jimenez De Andres for the second year in a row. He was the top goalscorer with 12 goals.

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