July’s Delano Live sees the return of our hugely popular “Lëtz get Quizzical” game show.
Two teams of local celebrities will answer questions about the grand duchy’s history, geography and tradition...
“we created a sport which can be played anytime & anywhere, indoor & outdoor, regardless of age and gender. Creators are often dreamers and we dream a future, in which Teqball will be an Olympic Sport.”
On Friday, more than 350 guests attended a gala dinner, held in honour of nine football stars who are Teqball supporters: Carles Puyol, Robert Pirès, Simão Sabrosa, William Gallas, Ruud Gullit, Christian Karembeu, Roby Langers, Ricardo and Nuno Gomes.
Then, according to organisers:
“The very first Teqball All Stars Cup took place on Saturday at the Center Atert in Bertrange with a series of activities: singles and doubles Teqball matches (Luxembourg vs Portugal, then Hungary vs Romania), Teqvolley, a futsal game, and a celebrity Teqball tournament.”
Viktor Huszár, co-founder and CEO of Teqball, said in the 30 September announcement:
“Teqball is an innovative project and we are proud to launch this sport on a global level. We have great ambassadors who supported us and the organization of the first Teqball World Cup in Budapest and a successful Teqball All Stars Cup in Luxembourg is only one more step in our strategy of expansion.”
The sport is currently played in Europe and Latin America, and organisers said they are planning an expansion into Asia and North America in 2019.