Driving to the east from AquaCity Poprad, Slovakia, you simply stumble into shots your camera cannot refuse, rivers, Storks fishing, lakes and rolling hills. Even a former military range that mother nature is determine to reclaim. But the Tatras Mountains are always there to guide you back to Poprad.
The British Army football team is heading to Poprad, Slovakia.
They’ll take on their counterparts in the central European country during their visit next May.
It’s been organised to coincide with a visit by the All Star UK legends team, and it’s all taking place in the world’s first geo-thermal heated stadium,
The man who built it, businesman and philanthropist Jan Telensky, is paying for the cost of bringing the teams over and their accommodation, whilst the British Professional Football Association is paying £160,000 to provide the team
Paula Middlehurst asked him why the game was important to him.
Celebrity TV builder Tommy Walsh compliments Dr Jan Telensky for his New Vocational Quickstart project enabling would-be trades people to qualify for their NVQ in a fraction of the normal time. Here what Tommy Walsh say, but of more importance what the recent NVQ student say.