07.07.2014 _ Alfredo Di Stefano, Real Madrid legend and one of the greatest football players ever…
07.01.2013. Zürich, Switzerland. FIFA Ballon D’or Awards. Vicente del Bosque (Spain National Team) is the FIFA World Coach of the Year for Men’s Football for 2012. We also congratulate our Ambassador for the 11+. The program targets primary the coaches in amateur football for implementing injury prevention.
Lionel “Leo” Messi (4x in a row!) and Abby Wambach (USA) were the two players, and Pia Sundhage was the Women’s coach of the year 2012.
01.07.2012 – Kiev, Ukraine. EURO 2012. Spain – La Roja- by trashing 4:0 Italy in the final match, becomes the first team ever to win 3 consecutive major trophies at international football tournaments (UEFA Euro 2008, FIFA World Cup 2010, UEFA Euro 2012)! Triplete!
F-MARC congratulates coach Vicente del Bosque and his fabulous team -La Roja-, worldwide 11+ ambassadors!
The “Ciudad del Futbol” is a modern and impressive infrastructure, and -besides football pitches, training facilities, hotel, offices- even hosts one of the most exciting football museums in the world (Museo de la Seleccion Espanola de Futbol; open for visits too!).
October 1, 2011: an important day in the history of F-MARC. It’s the result of years of research, work and dedication in injury prevention.
The 11+, F-MARC’s complete warm-up programme designed to reduce football injuries, has been officially launched in Spain (Espana).
The home of the current European and world champions will become the first country to fully implement this practice countrywide.
Read more at fifa.com.
One year ago (July 11, 2010) the final match of the 2010 FIFA World Cup was played at Soccer stadium in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Spain won against The Netherlands in overtime (1:0) by a goal of Andres Iniesta of FC Barcelona.
The match was officiated the Howard Webb, a referee from the England FA.
We were invited (6/5/11) by Dr. L.Til / Dr. Yanguas / A.Altarriba (heads of the medical team) of FC Barcelona to conduct a couple of 11+ workshops for coaches and physiotherapists of all FC Barcelona football teams (males /females). Location was at the training fields of the Ciutat Esportiva Joan Gamper (named after the Swiss founder and first president of FCB) in Barcelona.