East Coast Heat FC and Australian Futsalroos who have qualified for the FIFA World Cup - Community Appearance
Australian National Team Futsalroos and East Coast Heat Futsal Club (National F-League) players, including current Futsalroos, Peter Spathis (Australian goalkeeper), Chris Zebellos will make a community and training appearance with Johnny Warren’s former Club, the Earlwood Wanderers Football Club Under 8/6s at Sydney Olympic Park Sports Centre on Monday 13 August 2012 (Tonight), from 6.30pm to 7.30pm.
The six high-profile East Coast FC players, including three national Futsalroos destined for the FIFA 2012 World Cup in Thailand. Spathi, Castro and Zebellos will be involved in a special community appearance and training session with the community club, Earlwood Wanderers FC Under 8/6s Team at 6.30pm and they will have the opportunity to train, be photographed and player autographs with the East Coast Heat FC at 6.30pm.
The Earlwood Wanderers FC Under 8/6s (nickname, the Blackhawks), are a beginner development squad made up of 6 boys and 5 girls playing in the Canterbury District and Soccer Football Association in Sydney Inner West.
All the East Coast Heat FC stars will be working with the all the kids on futsal (indoor) ball skills and drills and being part of a small-sided game and football shoot-outs.
“It is a great honour and opportunity for young developing footballers to meet five high profile professional footballers such as this outstanding group of Futsalroos and East Coast Heat FC League heroes and learn about what it takes to make it to the top” said Team Coach Under 8/6s, Theo FotopoulosAbout East Coast Heat Futsal Club
The 2012 F-league series has welcomed a new club into the Australian Futsal community, East Coast Heat F.C. This newly formed club is excited about the future and plans to make itself a prominent name on the futsal scene. From its outset, the club plans to be unique and has devised a strategy that it hopes will capture the broader futsal community, this being evident in the naming of the club.
The club is the idea of two individuals, NSW Thunder Coach Jamie Amendolia and Futsalroo Peter Spathis. The club was formed to give players who truly love futsal the opportunity to play in a competition they believe could be the start of something special in the sport. Both Jamie and Peter have travelled the world playing and coaching and are eager to be part of the driving force that is trying to create a national league in the years to come.
The club has no affiliation with any specific clubs. The plan is to capture the hearts of the whole futsal community along the East Coast that love the game and have no club to support in the F-League. Whether it be NSW, ACT, VIC or QLD the club would like to embrace everyone into it’s supporter base.About the Australian Futsalroos (National Futsal Team)
The Futsalroos have qualified for the FIFA 2012 World Cup to be held in Thailand. Many East Coast Heat FC players are members of the Australian Futsalroos, including Spathis, Caro and ZebellosAbout Earlwood Wanderers FC
The Earlwood Wanderers Football Club established in 1946 and today has over 700 registered players. The Club is located within Sydney’s Inner West has been the Club that a number of Australian football icons have started their football careers, including Johnny Warren, Johnny Watkiss, John Doyle and Peter Raskopoulos.
The Earlwood Wanderers FC Under 8/6s are mixed development team of beginners made up of six boys and five girls playing in the Inner West based Canterbury District Soccer Football Association.
For Media + Marketing & Under 8/6s Contact: Theo Fotopoulos, Team Coach EWFC Under 8/6s
Mobile: 0412 480 563 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
For East Coast Heat Futsal Club Contact: Jamie Amendolia, East Coast Heat FC Coach, Fmr Futsalroo & Manager Mobile: 0409 773 720 Email: email@example.com
Posted by Luca Ranocchiari