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ArtieFinnigan

Searching for an amateur football club

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Hey everyone,

my name is Artur and I am new to Vienna, don't speak German well yet. Would love to continue playing amateur football (11x11 preferably), so I am searching for a team to join : ) 
I'm looking for a more or less competitive team with regular practices (twice a week ideally) with a coach that knows what he's doing ; ) It would be great if there is an opportunity to communicate in English, although my German is currently work in progress and hopefully I will be able to speak soon. During my internship in Germany I played for a team that didn't speak any English, and even though we somehow managed, being able to communicate efficiently on the field is of course a key to a good game : ) 
I'm nowhere near professional football level, but in the same time I played football more or less regularly since I was a kid (31 now), so I have a good idea about how to play in a team in most positions. I am most comfortable as central defensive midfielder or left wing (Im left footed), and depending on the strength of the team I can cover most other positions (not goalie, though).

If this is the wrong place to search for a team, please direct me : ) I am reachable via email artiefinnigan at g mail or just whatsapp / telegram + 49 1522 1391518

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Maybe try this website: http://www.vdf.at/spielerboerse.php

There are clubs actively searching for players but you can also make your own request and hope you will get messaged by a club.
It is kind of messy i know, but basically the main platform for getting players and club together at a low level.

What you can also do is contact some lower league near your flat by yourself and ask if you can come and join their training for a day or two.
Normally a lot of clubs are happy if new players want to join so that might be a good possibility for you. 

What you can also do, since i saw you are studying at the University, is try to get in contact with the USI (community for sport activities for students).
They usually offer a lot of courses  on a hobby base including football. Since all of the members are normally students themselves everybody should be fine with english.
There you might also find some people who already play for a club and can get you in contact with one.

I would recommend this way.
Check it out: https://www.usi.at/de/angebot/#!/kurs/4120

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