The Coppa Italia quarter-finals in Cadempino (Switzerland) on saturday 4th July

The Italian Football Sala Federation officially announces that next Saturday 4 July after 4 months of pause, competitions will officially resume with the Coppa Italia quarter-finals for men’s clubs that will be played at Palamondo, Viale Industria 4, Cadempino (Canton Ticino – Switzerland) with organization in collaboration with the Swiss Football Sala Federation and Vedeggio

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Aldo Crippa: “The National OPEN is an opportunity for growth and cohesion that goes beyond prejudices”

In sport one of the most beautiful factors is diversity. In the football sala, everyone can and must be involved in important projects and the OPEN National team (disabled) is an example. “The importance of this project stems from the possibility for able-bodied athletes and athletes with disabilities to live their sporting passion together”. These

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Matteo Terraciano: “The National team is an honor. Ready to dedicate myself to my passion: coaching”

On the FIFS microphones we had the opportunity to interview Matteo Terraciano, a player from Team Ticino Lugano and the Italian Men’s National team. Joys and experiences lived during the career, but also much more. “An incredible emotion to participate in the Reus C13 World Cup with the Swiss Nationals”. We therefore dedicated a particular

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Double interview with Maurizio Scalise and Cesare Colella, FIFS delegates for the Puglia region

A few days after the birth of the Apulian Regional Committee, we know more closely the two figures who will represent FIFS on the Apulian territory: Maurizio Scalise and Cesare Colella, respectively FIFS Delegate and Vice-Delegate for the Puglia region.   Good morning Maurizio and Cesare. Can you make a short presentation? Maurizio Scalise: «I

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Official: the Apulian Regional Committee is born

The Italian Football Hall Federation announces the birth of the Apulian Regional Committee. Siggs are therefore named Maurizio Scalise and Cesare Colella respectively Delegate and Deputy Delegate, with a five-year mandate to operate in the name and on behalf of the Federation: By building a FIFS Academy football school By organizing tournaments Organizing solidarity demonstrations

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