Unbeaten Under 21’s

Unbeaten Under 21’s

Unbeaten, free-scoring and on their way to the UEFA under 21 championships in Czech Republic, the England under 21’s football team qualified in style for this summer’s Euro Finals.  The team will be oozing confidence as they enter the championships having totally dominating Group 1 in the qualifying stages. Now England have to focus on the preparations for the 8-team tournament in June and will undoubtedly be chomping at the bit to get back out onto the pitch and show the rest of Europe what they can do. It is an enviable situation that most managers can only wish for so early on in the championships. Many of these highly skilled players will inevitably be rewarded for their impressive performances and earn the chance to play for the senior team as they look to qualify for Euro 2016.  If the best XI are chosen to play in Czech Republic this summer then the firepower up front and the rock solid defence will be a significant threat to Europe’s finest U21 teams. The future of the England Under 21’s set-up certainly looks bright, and the footballing industry needs to sit up and take notice of this highly talented team in 2015.  ...
Big Events for 2015!

Big Events for 2015!

2015 is going to be huge in the sports industry with a plethora of high profile titles up for grabs, but perhaps by far the most prestigious event to grace the sporting calendar this year is the Rugby World Cup. The world’s top 20 teams come to the UK to fight for their chance to steal the title from current defenders, the All Blacks, and raise the Webb Ellis trophy. Fixtures will be held in some of the UK’s most epic stadiums including Wembley, Twickenham, Millennium and St James Park, and the first match on 18th September between England and Fiji promises to be a great opener. Football fans won’t have long to wait to get their sporting fix with the ongoing UEFA Champions League. The qualifying rounds promise first class football with an epic final to be held at Berlin’s Olympiastadion, where current defenders Real Madrid hope to lift the coveted Champions League trophy once more. The 2015 F1 season will be one not to miss. For the first time in over two decades the Mexico Grand Prix will be held at the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez circuit in Mexico City. Races start in Australia on 15th March, and with Mercedes in pole position after reigning supreme in 2014 thanks to the combined efforts of Hamilton and Rosberg. Next up we see Stade Roland-Garros welcome international tennis players on to its clay courts for the French Open. Matches start on 18th May and fans will be flocking to see if four time defending champion Nadal can retain his title and Maria Sharapova will also be returning to see if she...