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KFV Segeberg 2 are champions in Girls 12 – much thanks to the forward Hanna Lengkey who scored two goals in the game.
As the sounds of the Icelandic volcano echoed around the stands at Gamla Ullevi as Stjarnan 1 defeated Swedish side IFK Haninge 3-0. “It feels fantastic”, says Ísak Andri Sigurgeirsson, who scored twice.
A Nordic Derby is always a tough game and The first final of this year’s Gothia Cup between Boo FF and Team Odense Q proved to be no different, with the Danish side coming out on top.
Algeria have won their first Africa Cup of Nations in 29 years. Cheering them on and finding strength in their performance, are AC Bouarfa – an Algerian team in Gothenburg.
During Friday evening Swedish Women’s National Team manager Peter Gerhardsson visited SKF Arena. As a player he was part of the Uppsala IF team that won the tournament in its second edition back in 1976. 43 years have passed since then, but the reason being here remains the same – to enjoy the game of football.
What did you do when you were eight years old? Diyan Ramos is selling bracelets so children in Lebanon can play football.
”I saw the movie Pelé and in the movie there was a lot of poor children that couldn’t play football so I felt that I wanted to help children play”, he says.
The winners of the third edition of Gothia eCup was in Gothenburg today to collect their trophies and, of course, play some FIFA in the tent at Heden.
”I work hard and my goal is to next year be able to play FIFA full time”, says William Berg.
Gothia Cup is proud to announce that Team Odense Q (G15 and G18) are the winners of this year’s “most outstanding outfit” price during the opening ceremony.
On Friday four teams received the award Fair Play Trophy. The teams has showed extra good behavior and acted in an exemplary manner against both opponents and judges and other officials.
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