Mermaid Bowl winning QB JR Artozqui will be back with the Towers in 2014 as the team will once again face international competition.
Less than a week after winning Mermaid Bowl XXV, JR put his name on a record fifth contract with the Towers. The contract ensures that the offensive unit will be relatively intact heading into the 2014 season as defending champions and thus Champions League participants.
Vi holder informations møde for U-16 holdet den 10. december kl. 18:30 ved skøjtehallen på Gentofte stadion.
Jeg kan godt afsløre at U-16 træning starter igen i starten af januar, men de øvrige detaljer kommer til mødet. Jeg håber at I kan komme, og vi ser frem til at se de nuværende samt nye spillere og oprykkere til mødet.
Vi har meget at leve op til efter det fantastiske resultat i 2013, så det er vigtigt at man er til stede for at høre om vores planer og det gælder naturligvis også for forældre. Håber vi ses den 10.
Crowning a season, the like of which no football organization in Denmark has ever seen, the Copenhagen Towers beat the Triangle Razorbacks 28-21 to become Danish champions. Previously the club’s U19 and U16 squads also secured national championships of their own.
In true Towers fashion the game was truly a team effort. It took great plays on offense, defense and special teams to pull off the win in one of the most exciting Mermaid Bowls ever. The historic win marked the first time any Danish football organization took home the Mermaid Bowl and Junior Bowl trophies the same season. And certainly the first season when that same club even took home the Future Bowl and Challenge Bowl trophies, too.
Copenhagen Towers har i dag indgået en sponsoraftale med den verdensomspændende shippingvirksomhed Copenship. Copenship har kontorer i Singapore, London, Sao Paolo og København. Towers ser frem til et godt fremtidigt samarbejde. Du kan læse mere om Copenship A/S på www.copenship.dk.
After a 17-year absence the Copenhagen Towers have secured a berth in the Mermaid Bowl. On Sunday the Gentofte squad beat the Aarhus Tigers 38-13 in the semifinal and will face the Triangle Razorbacks of Vejle in the championship game.
In a sense the outcome of the game was never in doubt. The Tigers did not score until the fourth quarter, when facing a 31-0 deficit. On the other hand, the Tigers put together several good, long drives towards the end of the first half. Save one incomplete pass that was made up for on second down, the Tigers converted on four straight first downs on one particular drive.
Playing the defending Danish champions on your own turf is big. Playing the game at night in front of a great crowd is bigger. Beating the champions 40-29 and remain undefeated is huge.
The Razorbacks came to Gentofte with one blemish on their record; A loss to the Gold Diggers in June. They left with their second loss of the season, partly after allowing Towers WR Aske Troen to catch three TDs for the third time this season.
How does a top clash between the reigning champions and the only undefeated team in the National League sound? Too good to miss? Then get out your coat and head to Gentofte on Saturday, August 17th at 19.00 (7 p.m.)
The game has been scheduled since the start of the season, but due to the heavy play-off implications and the sheer magnitude of the game it was decided that the game deserves the best possible setting. And that setting is under the artificial lights at Gentofte Stadium.
Come out in purple and white gear and support the Towers….!
There is plenty of room to tailgate outside the stadium, so show up early.
Karsten Rasch – former Towers WR and former NFL commentator at TV3+ - will be the stadium announcer, while Jeppe Toustrup – current WR and Towers Media member – will keep those who cannot make it to the game in the loop on Twitter. Follow us at www.twitter.com/CPHTowers.