BIALYSTOK LOWLANDERS, POLAND
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Atmosphere is more like a big family rather than a football team. City is average size but very pretty and has all the things you need to survive. Grade A facilities.
HELSINKI WOLVERINES, FINLAND
Stephen Stokes, RB - Going through transition, but the team I played for and coached for almost a decade never came up short on taking care of my personal needs. Even helped me when I was back in America.
FERRARA AQUILE, ITALY
Justin Mc Kenzie, Coach/QB - A very well run organization that takes care of their players. The pay was excellent and on time, housing, food, gym, all taken care off and easily accessible. Great atmosphere with a great tradition.
I played there my first year in Europe, back in 2003, and from that experience it has propelled me on to 14 years as an import. Additionally, even in my 10th year of playing in Europe, back in 2013, I went back to Ferrara to play against the Aquile with my own international travel team the Duo Sports Thundercats. The Aquile were excellent hosts with my ex teammates as the team President and many of the assistant coaches, it's a great atmosphere.