|The Winning EUFOR Soccer Teams Are Welcomed Home to Sarajevo from London by COM EUFOR|
|The SOS KINDEROFR team with members of the EUFOR Austrian Medical Contingent.|
A routine EUFOR MEDEVAC training exercise took place on the morning of Friday 8 February 2013 and, as part of the exercise, conducted a winch lowering of the senior doctor within the Austrian Contingent, Major MD Stefan Schachner on to a site close to SOS Kinderdorf. Clearly visible during the descent was a gift wrapped cheque for BAM 6,100 which was presented to the assembled children and SOS Kinderforf’s Director, Mr Damir Mahmić.
The winners of the boy's cup - Mustafa Ejubović Šejh Jujo Elementary School.
This year’s EUFOR Soccer Cup concluded on 24th November with Mustafa Ejubović Šejh Jujo Elementary School from Mostar winning the boys’ competition and the 21st March Elementary School from Matusiči winning the girls’ competition.
The finals in Sarajevo’s Zetra Centre were the climax of the EUFOR tournament which had been taking place throughout Bosnia and Herzegovina over the last two months. This year a total of 285 teams entered the competition of which 205 were boys’ teams and 85 were girls’ teams. During the regional qualification tournaments these were whittled down to 37 teams which then when on to participate in the grande finale on 23rd - 24th November in the Zetra Centre.
EUFOR’s Multi-National Battalion working alongside a company of Slovenian troops from EUFOR’s new Intermediate Reserve and an AF BiH platoon from the 4th Infantry Brigade conducted a training exercise in Glamoc from 12th to 16th November 2012.
|Lieutenant Colonel Knut Scheutz from EUFOR and Mr Petar Kragević from the EUSR kick-off the Mostar tournament.|
The last two EUFOR Soccer Cup 2012 regional qualification tournaments have been played this week in Mostar and Tomislavgrad.
On 6th and 7th November, 24 boys’ teams and 12 girls’ teams took part in the Mostar regional tournament which was held in the Karting Club Sports Hall.
|Lieutenant Commander David Collins formally opens the Tuzla EUFOR Soccer tournament.|
The EUFOR Soccer Cup 2012 continues to gain momentum, with regional tournaments being played in Brcko and Tuzla this week.
On 31 October the EUFOR Spokesperson Lieutenant Commander David Collins formally opened the Tuzla tournament which is being held at the Bambi sports hall. The fun packed tournament will see 32 boys’ teams and 16 girls’ teams play non-stop football over the next three days.
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