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Fake Nauru Football League Exposed

What with the global pandemic and the whole end of tourism as we know it, there really isn’t all that much that gets us excited these days at YPT, until I received one very explosive e-mail. Our partner and colleague on football projects Paul Watson, formerly of CONIFA, sent a link to an alleged score […]

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CHUONI FOOTBALL CLUB FINISH 9th

CHUONI FOOTBALL CLUB

Chuoni Football Club finish 9th in the Zanzibar Premier Legaue, thus avoiding relegation in what can generally be considered a successful season! Why do we care? Because even during these tough Covid-19 times, YPT proudly sponsor this fine football club! Why do YPT Sponsor Chuoni Football Club? All good things have a story! It began […]

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School Football Tour – YPT 2021 – 2022 packages

School Football Tour

Are you looking for a school football tour? Young Pioneer Tours are most famous for taking you to places your mother would rather you stayed away from, but mothers like all humans can be flexible. For many years we have helped arrange various school trips to countries that are a bit of the beaten track, […]

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Nauru FAQ

nauru least visited country

What Is the Capital of Nauru? It is Yaren, which given that Nauru only has a population of just over 10,000 people, is not exactly a thriving metropolis! How Do You Get to Nauru? The only way to get to Nauru the least visited country, save for stowing away on a random boat is to […]

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Flag of Nauru

flag of Nauru

Introduction As a small and scarcely visited country, the Nauru flag is far from well-known the world over, I mean they don’t even have a football team and are not exactly an Olympic nation. The flag of Nauru though is not only quite unique, but also holds a lot of symbolism for the country. Here […]

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Football in Bir Tawil

Workers in Bir Tawil

We’ve recently been on a frenzy of blogs on football in weird destinations, one of which was Sudan (not to be confused with fictional Kingdom of North Sudan). I’ve therefore decided to up the ante by doing a blog on football in Bir Tawil! So, what is Bir Tawil? I’ll assume if you have ended […]

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Football in Marshal Islands

The flag of the Marshall Islands Flag

The Marshall Islands are not the first country you’d associate with football and for good reason – they’ve never had a football team. Situated about half-way between Hawaii and Australia, the Marshall Islands are a group of atolls and reefs in the Pacific Ocean. Famous for being the nuclear testing ground of the United States. […]

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Football in the Cayman Islands

I’ll ignore for today the argument about what counts as a country, to get into that check this link, but long story short FIFA has more members than the United Nations, and to add to the mix, not every UN member has a football team. Prime examples here being Nauru, Monaco, and the Vatican. The […]

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South Ossetia – Football Team Profile

We here at YPT love nothing more than breakaway states and unrecognized countries and this might be one of our favourites! Situated in the southern Caucuses, South Ossetia is amongst the youngest breakaway states in the world, having declared independence from Georgia in 2008. Most countries legally consider it to be a part of Georgia […]

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Football in Tuvalu

tuvalu

Tuvalu is basically my new favorite country on earth, you can read a few things I’ve written about the place here, and here. I am most famous for, aside from travel, liking street food, and drinking, I also like football. Tuvalu needs no help from me on the first two, but their relationship with football […]

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