International Weekend Results for April 2022

International Weekend Results for April 2022

Several international matches were held over the weekend. Looking forward to the next international weekend in September.

The tournament hosts showed their strength over the weekend in the Czech Republic, Finland and Slovenia. The Czech women’s under-19 team won the event in Kutna Hora, as did the men’s under-19 team. Finland dominated the FB Future Stars event in Erikela, winning both events. In the men’s under 17/19 category, the two Finnish teams came home with first and second places. The Slovenian men’s team was unstoppable at the Alps Adria Future Stars event. Please Tomk He was the event’s top scorer with 13 points. Belgium won the NLIB Tight Championship which was held in the Netherlands.

More results and statistics can be found on the event pages.

Friendly Matches: Women’s U19s and Men’s U19s (Kutna Hora, Czech Republic)
From April 22 to 24 at the Klimska Sports Hall

Final Ranking (WU19)
1. Czech Republic
2. Slovakia
3. Poland

Final Ranking (MU19)
1. Czech Republic
2. Switzerland
3. Slovakia

Future FB stars: Women under 19/17 and men under 19/17 (Eriquila, Finland)
April 22-24 at Eerikkilä Sports & Outdoor Resorts
Premium Match Replay is available on The Finnish Football Association’s YouTube channel

Final standings (WU19 / WU17)
1. Finland WU17
2. Switzerland WU17
3. Germany WU19

Final standings (MU19 / MU17)
1. Finland MU17 K
2. Finland MU17 T
3. Switzerland MU17
4. Germany MU19

NLIB Championship: Men (Houten, Netherlands)
From 23 to 24 April in De Molenwiek

Final Ranking
1. Belgium
2. Italy
3. Holland

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Future Stars Alps Adria: Men & Men U19 (Kranjska Gora, Slovenia)
From 22 to 24 April at Arena Vitrank
Replay is available at Slovenian Football Federation Facebook page

Final Ranking
1. Slovenia m
2. Slovenia MU19
3. Hungary MU19
4. Belgium MU19

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