Powerleague in Amsterdam!

A weekend in Amsterdam.

Thanks to Robert Elenbaas at Powerleague in Amsterdam for agreeing to host us for a few games and a likely tournament.

Powerleague is the original and premier provider of commercial small sided football in the UK. It all started in 1987 in Paisley, Scotland, and we are now the world’s largest provider with over 50 community Clubs across Europe, including Amsterdam.

The venue is located at

Ams Olympiaplein
Sportspark Olympiaplein,
Olympiaplein, 31,
Amsterdam 1077CV

Website is here.

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