After the large-scale open Russian Panna Football Cup, held in Khabarovsk last year, Panna returns to the banks of the Amur. This time the tournament will be held by the Far Eastern Media League. Panna football is a one-on-one cage game. The goal is to score as many goals as possible into the tiny goal. If you manage to do this between the opponent’s legs, then this is a panna, then the victory is counted ahead of schedule.
The competition will take place on February 13 at the Iskra Academy field at 20:00. As the organizers promise, the special guest of the event will be the Moscow media football star Daniil “Krap” Krapivnikov. The teams will compete for the main prize of the tournament - 100 thousand rubles. As the academy promises, this is not the last panna tournament. There will be more.
“This year we will delight Khabarovsk residents with many exciting panna events. The tournament among media football players is just the first sign. Everything is already scheduled in our calendar of events. For example, in January we held a panna tournament as part of the Far Eastern winter football camp, which took place at our base. And in the middle of the year we plan to organize a large-scale panna event in Khabarovsk on a scale throughout Russia,” noted Alexey Popov, director of the Iskra football academy.