Final Trials Date Set

Wednesday August 28, 2013 at 2:18pm
The Irish Minifootball Association is delighted to announce the final trials date to select the squad for the miniEURO2013 event has been set as the 8th September.

Players from across Ireland will meet up to try out for the squad which will fly out a month later to compete in Crete.

Irish Minifootball scouts and partners have been busy over the last few months and have identified a number of players they wish to take a closer look at, with a view to selecting the final party for the miniEURO plane.

The President of the Irish Minifootball Association, Declan Ford admitted he was excited at the prospect of the trials and added: “The quality of player that we will see on view re-affirms my belief that, in pushing to take part in the miniEURO event, we have done exactly the right thing. Not only will it be a tremendous experience for all concerned, both players and officials, but it is something that we feel we can go and give a good a really positive account of ourselves of both ourselves and our country.”

MiniEURO2013 is the second time the event has been held on such a large scale. The 2012 event was held in Moldova and was won by Romania.

As was previously announced in July, the Irish team will take on their counterparts from Montenegro, Moldova and Israel in the group stages, with the final times for fixtures to be announced.

The miniEURO event takes place in Crete from 10-14th October and all the news will appear here.
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