SBFC: Season Wraps-up for Youngest Development Teams

微信图片_20170531162842Sports Beijing Football Club (SBFC) enjoyed yet another fun and marvelous outing in sunshine as the Beijing International Junior Football League (BIJFL) concluded its last round of Sunday fixtures for all teams competing in the 2010 – 2008 divisions on Sunday, May 28. SBFC has a team in each BIJFL age division, playing matches on a weekly basis against Beijing’s premier local and international youth football clubs.

This past weekend marked the end of the Spring 2017 BIJFL season at the British School of Beijing Shunyi for:

  • SBFC 2010 Stampede
  • SBFC 2009 Samba
  • SBFC 2008 Shockwave

微信图片_20170531162859Established as Beijing’s longest-standing international youth football league by Sports Beijing, China Club Football, Beijing Kickers and UBest FC, the BIJFL has a progressive structure. Its youngest participating teams, 2010, play 4-aside with no goalkeeper, while more players are added to the competition format (5-aside, 6-aside) to compliment player development at older age divisions in the league.

微信图片_20170531162802The 2010 – 2008 BIJFL divisions are “non-competitive” – therefore no results are officially published. Being “non-competitive”, each participating player received a participation medal to signify a season well-played with marked improvement.

SBFC congratulates its coaches, fantastic players, and outstanding troop of cheering parents each Sunday! Despite the BIJFL season ending, this is just the beginning for these young footballers!

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