The launch of our sports complex in Manhuaçu, Minas Gerias, is featured on the websites Pier Magazine (Brazil), Meditara (England) and Rede USA (USA). Check it out!
With licenses A and B from the CBF Academy, Gilberto has trained the Under-17 and Under-20 teams of Cruzeiro in 2020, a club for which he was champion when he was a player.The Mineiro Tournament should be start in May this year. Our Athletes continue the home training sessions with our Physical trainer, Lucas Soares.
With three years since started in the country, Boston City FC Brasil is already among the MG First Division U-20 teams. After several meetings between the 20 clubs participating in the competition and the Minas Gerais Football Federation (FMF), it was decided that the tournament will start on May 15th, with the forecast to end
Drubscky also took advantage of the trip to the city to talk to our director of operations, Wanner Dornelas, about the next actions related to the club’s commitments.
“I played with Palhinha as a teenager. He already knew my job as a coach and athlete pickup, ”said Ademir. Check out: Conheça Ademir Carvalho, captador de talentos do Boston City FC – Esportes Mais
A enterperur creates a branch of an americanclub in the inland city of Minas Gerais and hopes to change local football with the project. Read more: https://esportes.estadao.com.br/noticias/futebol,boston-city-mineiro-tera-ct-para-130-atletas-e-estadio-com-o-mesmo-gramado-do-allianz-parque,70003546270
Unlike other clubs, Boston City FC refuses to return to field activities during the pandemic, as it prioritizes the health of its athletes and employees. Our position was highlighted in the media this week. Check out! Na contramão de outros clubes, equipe rejeita jogos durante pandemia pela saúde de atletas e funcionários – Biano News
Boston City has been working in brasil to given opportunities to talent players to achieve their goals. Founded six years ago in the United States, Boston City debuted in Brazil in 2018, the work of the American club in Brasil already showing results. The youth program of the club transferred players to traditional clubs, such
For the second straight season, Boston City FC II came up short in their bid to win promotion in the Bay State Soccer League. The Lions needed to win away to main rival Al Zawraa but suffered a 5-0 defeat to the Worcester-based side who claimed the Division 3 North title in the process. An