first final of the day was the Wooden Spoon Final
as the two teams would battle it out for the coveted
prize of literally a wooden spoon!
the Wooden Spoon Final's provide some of the most
entertaining games of our tournaments and this
one didn't disappoint. Often it's the carefree
attitude of the teams and often the timing of
the Final means there are plenty of spectator's
cheering the teams on from the sideline creating
a cracking atmosphere. It's a chance for teams
who have maybe struggled to try and end the day
on a high.
two teams on show were Luffs and Danish Crown.
Both teams can consider themselves unlucky to
finish in 5th place in the table in their respective
groups. For example, in Group B, the 4th place
team was GSF Drunkerz who won our 2015 Bratislava
Fives tournament. In Group A, Alea Iacta Est &
FC Foreigntina had both qualified for the Cup
on every eurofootballfives.com appearance – neither
could do so today. Such was the quality on show
today that there was no shame in 5th position.
The two teams has remarkably similar records with
both teams scoring 3 goals on the day but Luffs
had conceded 28 to Danish Crown's 25.
the game underway it was Luffs who struck the
first blow. Joe Travers scoring his first of the
day to put the English team ahead. 1-0 became
2-0 as Ben White doubled his team's lead. When
Joe Travers made it 3-0 in the second half the
win was in the bag.
were our Wooden Spoon winners today – congratulations
to them. The debate rages on regarding whether
the Wooden Spoon should be collected by the team
that wins the match or the team that loses it.
As winners, Luffs had the honour of choosing and
they nominated their opponents to collect the