Site Chosen For IFAF Europe Champions League 2015 Final Four

The site for the 2015 IFAF Europe Champions League Final Four has been chosen, and it’s one of most intriguing in Europe.

The home of FC Vozdovac, a Serbia soccer club, is chosen a home of IFAF Europe Final Four. It seats 5,000 and – is on the roof of a shopping mall.

Darko Nikolic, spokesman of IFAF Europe Champions League Final Four 2015;

“Here, in Belgrade, we are proud to announce that FC Vozdovac’s venue will be stadium for IFAF Europe Champions League Final Four 2015, and we are quite excited about it, as it is one of most beautiful not just in our country, or Balkans, but in Europe. It’s opened less than two years ago, and it’s literally on the roof of Vozdovac’s shopping mall, with all modern and necessary details needed for spectacle like Final Four.”

FC Vozdovac is a Serbian Superleague soccer club, and is based on the roof of shopping mall, with 28,000 square meters for stores, including best of both, Serbian and world brands.

Nikolic added;

“Two underground levels have 800 parking slots, third floor is reserved for 1,220 square meters exclusive terrace, with beautiful view at Belgrade’s panorama. But, what is most important for sport, stadium is modern, fully equipped, with great artificial turf and supporting premises. Every single member of both, club or spectators, will enjoy in Belgrade’s IFAF Europe Final Four 2015.”

Organizing committee will launch the official web site soon, and official Facebook page has been launch. There, you can see aerial view of stadium, based less than 5 kilometers from Belgrade’s downtown.

The semi-finals will take place on July 24 in matches between the London Blitz (UK) and the Vukovi Beograd (Serbia) followed by the Carlstad Crusaders (Sweden) and Black Panthers Football Thonon (France). The final will take place two days later on July 26th.

John McKeon is a former professional and collegiate American Football player and coach now living and working in New York. His goal is to spread news, information, and opinion on the global growth of the sport he loves.