Kastamonu team ranked second in an amateur football tournamentMedia
Kastamonu team ranked second in an amateur football tournament
The competition was held at the Yelabuga Institute of the Kazan Federal University. Amateur teams from Yelabuga took part in the Director's Cup Tournament.
At the beginning of the academic year, a traditional football tournament for the Director's Cup was held on the football ground of the Yelabuga Institute. According to organizers, the tournament was aimed at promoting healthy and active recreation among the young people living in Yelabuga.
This year, 8 teams divided into two groups competed for the first place. The final match was played among the teams of Kastamonu and Otproffi-Eltons. The Kastamonu team lost, having taken the second place.
“We always take part in sports events with great pleasure. This helps unite the team, strengthen the corporate culture, build closer relations between employees, and, of course, actively and interestingly spend time with like-minded people. Congratulations to our players on this good result!” said Ali Kılıç, CEO of Kastamonu Russia.
Earlier, Kastamonu athletes ranked second in the VI Summer Championship of Yelabuga among amateur 5x5 football teams.
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