, Next open age football trial in Belgium, Registration now available, Early registration is advisable, The registration close 3weeks before the date. Fundan Sport Next Open Trials In Belgium at Multi Purpose Stadium Genk Belgium, Starting from 23rd May 2015 @CRISTAL ARENA IN BELGIUM. Each player need to send is football CV, Receiving CV is an automatic registration with FundanSport for next Trials. Its cost 100 Euro for registration fees & invitation letters for visa For more information Hurry up contact us between Monday – Saturday (9am – 9pm GMT) Tel: +33 7535 67318, +44 1223 926287 Email us on: , or Visit our website on: , Follow us on twitter

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Trials are reserved to footballer born on 1989 to 2000 Successful players we be given a professional contract. Interested players should register online following the link, or send us an email

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