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Football Association of Moldova selects First Sports

Posted on January, 11, 2013 by

December, 2012 – First Sports International is delighted to announce that the Football Association of Moldova (FMF) has selected First Sports as its long term sports software partner. First Sports and FMF commence in 2013 a process of implementing sports CRM and  football management systems across national and grassroots football in Moldova.

Romanian Football Federation selects First Sports

Posted on January, 11, 2013 by

December, 2012 – First Sports International is delighted to announce that the Romanian Football Federation (FRF) has selected First Sports as its long term sports software partner. First Sports and FRF commence in 2013 a process of implementing sports CRM and  football management systems across national and grassroots football in Romania.

Faroe Islands Football Association selects First Sports

Posted on January, 11, 2013 by

December, 2012 – First Sports International is delighted to announce that the Faroe Islands Football Association (FSF) has selected First Sports as its long term sports software partner. First Sports and FSF commence in 2013 a process of implementing football management modules across the association.

Georgian Football Federation selects First Sports

Posted on January, 11, 2013 by

December, 2012 – First Sports International is delighted to announce that the Georgian Football Federation (GFF), the governing body for football in Georgia has selected First Sports as its long term sports software partner. First Sports and GFF will partner to roll out a Football Management System throughout the association over the coming years.

Advantages of Playing Sports for Children

Posted on September, 13, 2012 by

Parents may have different opinions when it comes to introducing sports to their children. Some may think that engaging in sports is simply a waste of time for their children. Others, however, think that playing sports is a good investment of their time. Reality is, many children, as well as teenagers, actually dream of being a part of one of their school’s sports team because the notion remains that when they are part of a group, they can become well-known or popular in their school.

 

Socializing and Sports

Reality dictates that children who are engaging in extracurricular activities, such as being part of sports teams are generally the ones who are well known in the school campus. This is not something negative. As a matter of fact, it is a good assistance to their emotional quotient. It does a lot in boosting the self confidence of your child while they establish friendships with other children. At the same time, they also learn to develop worthwhile traits just by simply playing sports. Among the values that they learn include being honest, fair, enduring and friendly.

 

Parents and Children

As a parent, would you want to encourage your child to engage in sports instead of simply sitting around, watching TV the entire day, or perhaps playing on a playing device? They might also get into the risk of being in the wrong friends. There are children who have not been exposed to the world of sports. In the end, they turn to becoming extroverts instead.

Still, there are children who are born with the heart for sports. These are the children who do not need to be motivated but are eager to play on their own. As a parent, all you need to do is to guide them to the right decisions. This may call for the need to back them up with the sport that they will be interested in.

There are families that appreciate the value of technology. In these situations, the parents enjoy playing online games with casino affiliates, while children play with their own. These days, however, it is being suggested for parents to play with their kids as this fosters their emotional well being. This will also do a big thing in the development of their personalities, equipping them for the greater things in life.

 

 

Who will gain promotion to the championship?

Posted on April, 16, 2012 by

It’s no secret that people who live in other countries watch the English Championship because of how fascinating the league is. Week after week it is impossible to predict the results. As well as this you can never be sure who is can come out on top in the Championship as there are many different teams capable of gaining promotion each season. This makes betting on specific team extremely difficult. This is unlike many other league around the world where only one or 2 teams have the quality to win their games consistently over a whole season.

Currently Leicester are running away with the title and are 1/50 on to win the title and clinch promotion. The battle for the second and third (via the playoffs) spot is much more open. Burnley are favourites to claim the second spot at 1/9, after this it’s a close battle between Derby (9/4), Qpr (13/5) and Wigan (13/5). Based on current form you would have to fancy Wigan to charge through in the final games and take this form into the playoffs. But could they be side tracked by their FA cup semi-final.

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NI Clubs and Powerade

Posted on April, 12, 2012 by

Coke IFAMarch, 2012 - FSI is delighted to announce its partnership with Coca Cola & Powerade to bring its Club Website (CMS) module to every football club in Northern Ireland.

This project with the Irish Football Association (IFA) called ‘NI Clubs’ will provide a hosted website to each club and league under the IFA. The IFA are extensive users of FSI modules and have a single central database with a 360 degree view of every club and participant in the game in Northern Ireland. In addition to a website CMS gateway, this project will also provide each club and league with a host of administration functionality as part of the existing modules in use by the IFA.

Official Partner to UEFA U17

Posted on April, 04, 2012 by

UEFA U17First Sports are delighted to have the opportunity to be an official partner for the UEFA Under17 Championship Slovenia 2012.

Since 1980, the UEFA Euro U-17 Championship has brought together the best players in their age group, the players who will become the stars of the football world in the future. The 15 matches of the Championship will take place across four venues in Slovenia through May 2012 with games shown live on Eurosport, Aljazeera and Globosport.

 

Football Federation of Slovenia selects First Sports

Posted on April, 04, 2012 by

NZSMarch, 2012 – First Sports International is pleased to announce its newest football client the Football Federation of Slovenia (Nogometna zveza Slovenije | NZS)

NZS is the governing body for football in Slovenia and the largest participant sport in the country. After an extensive tender process NZS selected First Sports as its long term IT partner.

England Netball selects FSI

Posted on April, 04, 2012 by

ENFebruary, 2012 – First Sports International is pleased to announce its latest client, England Netball.
England Netball (EN) is the governing body for the sport across England with the vision of: ‘Creating a high quality, sustainable and enjoyable netball infrastructure that attracts new, retains existing and re-engages former participants and develops our talent’. Netball in England currently has 75,000 affiliated members, and at least one million women and girls play netball every week. EN’s aim is to provide members and partners with the best possible service and experience in their sport. To this end England Netball has selected First Sports International as its IT partner to deliver a suite of sports administration modules through 2012 and beyond.