A Future Stars Cup 2020

A Future Stars Cup 2020

Future Stars Cup 2020

Imagine 21st century footballing talent that is not restricted by leagues or physical ability. Then imagine a competition to pick the best of these. Here’s a glimpse of how this competition works.


Over the last 10 years the Chipkizi Cup has become an established football tournament. Until 2021 Future Stars Academy aims to make an independent East African Tournament out of the Chipkizi Cup and attract more teams from inside East Africa and European countries, not only to play football but moreover to endorse social cohesion. For the past two years the Chipkizi Cup has also been visited by national and international scouts looking for fresh football talent.

“We couldn’t be more excited to bring the NBFSS National Tournament to Southwest Louisiana and Lake Charles. I’ve had the privilege of building some great relationships in this area over the years. I signed my first big leaguer in Lake Charles, Josh Prince. From Coach Cecchini and the entire Barbe Program, Chad Hebert at Sam Houston High School, and the staff at McNeese State, this community has always treated me like family. MLB veteran and P15 Co-Catching Coordinator Danny Ardoin is here in Lake Charles. Danny, along with the 2D sports family, is extremely close to P15. I cannot wait to bring the Future Stars Series to this region. I know this will be a unique experience for the NBFSS National Tournament and a great opportunity to share in the culture of this great community,” said Jeremy Booth, Program 15 founder and CEO/President of Baseball Operations for NBFSS. (Source: futurestarsseries.com)


“The entire team at Visit Lake Charles is pleased to be the host for this world class baseball event in the Youth Sports Capital of Louisiana. We invite all team members, family, friends and the community to enjoy the excitement of the games at our sports facilities along with the attractions, food, culture and the great outdoors that Southwest Louisiana has to offer,” said Kyle Edmiston, President/CEO of Visit Lake Charles. “I also want to encourage the community from around Southwest LA to come out to watch these young men play. I guarantee that several of the participants will be playing major league baseball in the not too distant future.”

Georgetown, Jan 13 (PTI) The Under-19 World Cup, starting Friday in the West Indies. Will give future stars a chance to shine while four-time champions the Indian cricket team will once again be the top contenders for the title. In the tournament being held on Caribbean soil for the first time amid the Corona epidemic. 16 teams have been divided into four groups. India has been placed in Group B while Australia is in Group D. Bangladesh, having won the Under-19 title for the first time by defeating India two years ago, are in Group A. (Source: babacric.in)


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