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Sunday league

The KMM (Kalju House of Games) Sunday League is a quality series of football tournaments , which consists of five stages and is designed for boys born in years 2001-2007. All children participating in KMM Sunday League are awarded at every tournament, prizes will be given out to the three best teams in each age group and the overall winners of all age groups will win a trophy . Sunday League’s main purpose is to improve children’s technical skills and to  increase their pride in representing their clubs.

Joel Lindpere, Estonian national team player: “I have acquired a proper playing technique largely due to playing futsal as a child. I am pleased to see that my home club, JK Nõmme Kalju has understood the importance of  futsal for young players and has started the winter league.”

We offer young footballers  a good opportunity to play football through the serious competition element , which also offers positive emotions for their parents . KMM Sunday League provides to young players from various football clubs a top-level series of tournaments at the full-sized gym hall with a large seating tribune starting in November until the end of March. During the tournament day a mini-football tournament for parents will also take place.

The players have at their disposal a gym hall with a capacity of 500 people audience, the café Arigato, and from the end of December even more possibilities to spend a good time will become available, as the Kalju House of Games opens. The Kalju House of Games is a great venue for the spectators  as well offering a cozy and sporting atmosphere for football-excitement, a pleasurable way to spend the Sunday for the whole family.

Sunday League is organized by JK Nõmme Kalju football club, located in the Kalju House of Games gym at the Arigato fitness center in Tallinn.