October 15 is going to be a legendary date for Baltic Sea region football, not just because of the championship game but also the battle for the 3rd place! On this day 4 American football teams from 4 different countries will come together to meet each other for the first time, entertain the fans and collectively experience an epic weekend doing what they love! So here are the other two essential links for all of this to work flawlessly – Riga Lions of Latvia versus Kozly Poznan from Poland! Read More
It all has come down to this – on October 15 the Kotka Eagles will be facing the Minsk Zubrs to determine who will own the Baltic Sea League 2016 champion name! The League final will be taking place in Riga, Latvia and the game will also be live streamed for the fans back home! So far both teams have showed great skills and team spirit, but what happens when they must play each other? Find out on October 15 when for the first time in history a Belarusian football team will play against a team from Finland!
As the start of the season is upon us it is high time to announce the game schedule of the Baltic Sea League 2016! So here’s how it works – the four teams are aligned in two groups each consisting of two teams. Group 1 – Kotka Eagles and Riga Lions, Group 2 – Poznan Kozly and Minsk Zubrs. In the finals the teams loosing each of the two groups will compete for the 3rd place and the teams winning each of the two groups will compete for the champion title! This will be a short but entertaining season for sure!
This past weekend the Baltic Sea League organized a preseason warm-up camp with two neighbor football teams from the Baltics – Riga Lions (Latvia) and Vilnius Iron Wolves (Lithuania). Although the Iron Wolves will not be playing this Baltic Sea League season the camp served as a great opportunity for the Lithuanian team to gain new practice experience from Latvian team and their new head coach Al Witkovski (USA) who was leading the two day training event. Read More
The wait is over – the brand new Baltic Sea League season starts on September 10!
What are the teams? How many games? Which cities will they be played at?
We are sure you are eager to find out the answers to all of your questions and the odds are in your favor. After great exploration and negotiation we have found our perfect match for the second season. Read More
Below you can watch a video from the Baltic Sea League Preseason Offensive Skill Camp in April. As mentioned earlier the skill camp gathered three football teams – last year’s champions Riga Lions of Latvia and two up-and-comer teams Vitebsk Stormriders from Belarus and Vilnius Iron Wolves from Lithuania. Check out the teams and player skills by watching the video!
Below you can see the manual containing the necessary information, recommendations and obligations for teams that are hosting home games during the Baltic Sea League season 2016. This manual should be read by team managers, administration and other personnel vital to organising team events. Read More
On April 23 and 24 the Baltic Sea League Preseason Offensive Skill Camp took place in Riga, Latvia. The camp was led by coaches – Matt Kessinger (USA), Shamanie Peters (USA), Teemu Kuusisto (Finland) and Nesi Niclas Carpelan (Finland). The two-day event gathered American football teams from Latvia, Lithuania and Belarus. Together with the Baltic Sea League 2015 champions Riga Lions were also two up-and-coming teams the Vitebsk Storm Riders and the Vilnius Iron Wolves. Read More