Successful Eutsa Meeting in Borgloon Belgium
F.S.F.T Switserland joins the Eutsa
Second Eutsa Meeting on 16th. August 2003
during the W.Ch. Garlando in Vienna , Austria
On saterday 7th june , the Eutsa held its first official meeting in Borgloon Belgium.Representatives from 8 european countries, including committee members and busenissmen were present and the topic of the meeting was the future of the Eutsa. On the agenda were the following points:
- Legal structure & fiancies
- Eutsa Sportprogram
- European Rules & Rankings
- European Championships & Tournamentcycle
- International Cooperation
- Eutsa Memberships
- The F.S.F.T ( Federation de Suisse de Football de Table ) joined the Eutsa with the A-Licence.
- Flash-2000 and Andy's Tablefootball GmbH pointed us with B-Licence.
- Erik Wenker is the contactperson for the FSTF.
On Monday 9th june about 125 players (from all over Europe) made part in a tournament that was played on 20 EuroSoccer (John Gille Co). There were tournaments for the youngsters, U17 ans U23, amateurs, and 12 teams (each 3 couples). New for the Tournamentcircuit was that there were no money prizes, only trophy's and prizes in kind could be won!
During the World Championship Garlando 2003, the Eutsa will hold its 2nd international meeting for licenceholders and applicants. The futureplans of the Eutsa will be clarifide at this meeting. The Meeting will start at 10 a.m. in the Shopping Centre Nord, Vienna. Also the Eutsa will be present at the W.Ch.Garlando with a Promotion and Info-stand.
The daily committee of the Eutsa has sent to all licence-holders a concept for tablesoccer regulations which can be introduced as the official
European Tablesoccer Regulations. In contrast with the U.S (where there is only one set of regulations), in Europe, each country has its own rules and regulations, except for P4P - Player for Player organisation, who organise a tournament-circuit in Germany and Switserland (for 3 years now) for players from all over Europe. All players play under the rules and regulations set up by P4P. These rules were the example for the European Tablesoccer Rules. After the approval by the Eutsa licences-holders, the official rules will then be published by the Eutsa.
For information on the 2nd Eutsa Meeting, contact the general secretary:
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