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Spursidol

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FYI

Spurs will be sending an under 19 squad (mainly first and second year academy) to compete in a tournament in Germany (Stemwede, North Rhine-Westphalia - about 20 kms from Lubbecke) http://turnier-team-tus-stemwede.de/ on 25 - 27 May if any of your guys in Germany want to see the youngsters in action. If you do, could you post information onto the Spurs chat section - I will probably start a thread a day or so on Spurs Chat a day or two before and Information such as squad details (ask the Spurs coach Alex Inglethorpe or his coaches !) and thoughts on players/matches will be most welcome.

This tournament is one of several that Spurs are probably using to look at players ahead of next season's NextGen Series Tournament http://www.nextgenseries.com/
 

Riandor

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FYI

Spurs will be sending an under 19 squad (mainly first and second year academy) to compete in a tournament in Germany (Stemwede, North Rhine-Westphalia - about 20 kms from Lubbecke) http://turnier-team-tus-stemwede.de/ on 25 - 27 May if any of your guys in Germany want to see the youngsters in action. If you do, could you post information onto the Spurs chat section - I will probably start a thread a day or so on Spurs Chat a day or two before and Information such as squad details (ask the Spurs coach Alex Inglethorpe or his coaches !) and thoughts on players/matches will be most welcome.

This tournament is one of several that Spurs are probably using to look at players ahead of next season's NextGen Series Tournament http://www.nextgenseries.com/
Will see what i can do, but it's over 4hrs from where I live (so 8 hour round trip)
 

Spursidol

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Just a reminder about the tournament in Germany starting on Friday and running over the weekend. Its in Stemwede, North Rhine-Westphalia - about 20 kms from Lubbecke, full details of location and the tournament http://turnier-team-tus-stemwede.de/

For anyone going, don't be shy about posting team sheets/comments/match reports and comments on players ertc in the thread set up to follow the tournament - http://www.spurscommunity.co.uk/ind...der-19-tournament-germany.86754/#post-2789008 - or even follow it online !

There is a link to Stemwede TV on the site and also a 4 man team on the competitioin site, - can anyone find any reference to video highlights or other tv coverage on its site ?
http://turnier-team-tus-stemwede.de/content/view/257/155/lang,en/
 

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Have moved to Germany, Wiesbaden... (not far from Frankfurt), if anyone is around?!?!
Hey, funnily enough I'm currently based in Frankfurt. Not sure what it's like in Wiesbaden, but there are quite a few decent pubs/bars for watching the EPL, CL, etc over here. How are you finding it?
 

Riandor

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Hey, funnily enough I'm currently based in Frankfurt. Not sure what it's like in Wiesbaden, but there are quite a few decent pubs/bars for watching the EPL, CL, etc over here. How are you finding it?
I have Sky DE at home and they show a ton of EPL games and saw loads of Spurs games, alas moved just as we went on our terrible run, so wasn't great viewing.

Not tried the bars yet as a family man don't get much chance.

Eisgrub in Mainz is an awesome microbrewery though, love it there. Frankfurt is dull though is it not? Banking city, happy to be told otherwise mind you...
 

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I have Sky DE at home and they show a ton of EPL games and saw loads of Spurs games, alas moved just as we went on our terrible run, so wasn't great viewing.

Not tried the bars yet as a family man don't get much chance.

Eisgrub in Mainz is an awesome microbrewery though, love it there. Frankfurt is dull though is it not? Banking city, happy to be told otherwise mind you...
It's certainly not the most exciting of cities. It's got the skyline, the river, a decent night-life, but all in all it's very... vanilla. I went up to Berlin with some friends for the CL final and it made me realise how bland Frankfurt is in comparison; the whole atmosphere up there is much more vibrant.

I've been meaning to check out Wiesbaden and Mainz, I've heard good things about Wiesbaden especially.
 

faymantaray

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Hello German spurs! I will be in Dusseldorf for the Man. United game, anyone know a good place to watch it?

Cheers..
 

sim0n

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Hello German spurs! I will be in Dusseldorf for the Man. United game, anyone know a good place to watch it?

Cheers..
Here's an old thread I found (below) - I've been to Louisiana to eat years ago, but never to see a game. I have heard of O'Reily's before, but ever been there. I've spent considerable time in Koln, but not much time in Dusseldorf at all.

Re: Sky Sports in Dusseldorf
Post by baggpuss on Mar 31, 2010, 2:40pm

Asked my friend from Dusseldorf and here is her reply:

http://oreillys.nl/duesseldorf/

Not the nicest place in the universe but maybe the best chance to watch the match.

Or:

Louisiana
Bolker Strasse 18
Duesseldorf - Altstadt

Im Füchschen
Ratinger Strasse 28
Duesseldorf -Altstadt

Louisiana is an American Bar and the Füchschen ist a typical Westphalian pub.
Hope they are prepared for the beer prices and if they ask for Kölsch in the Westphalian pub
they might not be served at all.

http://translate.google.com/transla...a=X&ei=vtRhUISbKIrIsgatuoDYBA&ved=0CD4Q7gEwAw
 

sim0n

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Aaah Berlin, great city. Alas nope, am still in Wiesbaden.
Indeed, wonderful place. But alas nay, I am in the Scottish Highlands at the moment. I seem to remember there is a place called the Bank or something like that in Berlin - bar with a banking/financial theme - went there years ago. They had TVs, but I wasn't there for footie. Fun thing was that they had a "ticker" going in the place with the beer prices like the stock exchange and prices changing all the time. If it's still open it could be fun for a match - just a thought...

wait a mo, here it is:

http://www.die-berliner-republik.de/en/restaurant/beer_market/
 

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Hi all, I will be in Köln from Thursday night, wondered if anyone knew of any German channels that might be showing the Panathanaikos game, or better still, a pub I can watch it in? I am pretty much going to be limited to the Innenstadt, preferably just the old town.
 

carpediem991

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Hi all, I will be in Köln from Thursday night, wondered if anyone knew of any German channels that might be showing the Panathanaikos game, or better still, a pub I can watch it in? I am pretty much going to be limited to the Innenstadt, preferably just the old town.
Maybe this one? : http://www.jamesonpubs.com/

If not I would be trying to search Irish Pub in Cologne and then watch the Live Sports.

I don't think there is a german channel who televise it. In free tv there is normally one game with a german team but there should be pubs with english tv.
 

dav3j

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Maybe this one? : http://www.jamesonpubs.com/

If not I would be trying to search Irish Pub in Cologne and then watch the Live Sports.

I don't think there is a german channel who televise it. In free tv there is normally one game with a german team but there should be pubs with english tv.
Nice one, that's just down the road from the Päffgen brauhaus, will probably make a night of it. Thanks buddy!
 

sim0n

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HEYA GERMANY SPURS' FANS!!!!!! Spurs drew Lyon in EUROPA on the 21st of February, that's only 5.5 hours drive from Landstuhl area -- who else is going?!!!! I AM IN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! COYS!! :chicken:
 
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