The F5 team bring with them a wealth of knowledge and experience from around the globe.  Below are some of examples of this.


F5 Technical Director Mark Potter was part of the British Maccabi Staff which competed in the 2005 Maccabi Games.

Team Manager Andy Zeller had this to say;

I was delighted to secure Mark’s services for our junior futsal team and have now had the privilege of working alongside him during the preparation for and participation in several international youth tournaments.

Mark has consistently demonstrated a tremendous ability to impart his technical and tactical knowledge in a way that allows for individual development within a team framework.

He has an unparalleled enthusiasm for the game which is infectious and readily transmits to the players and those working alongside him. This makes it fun for everyone involved as well as an excellent learning environment .

I would have no hesitation in recommending Mark and his coaching staff to any futsal team who are looking to develop and improve.


Operations Director Martin Myers worked with the Mongolian Football Federation on a number of football & coaching development strategies.

General Secretary of the Mongolian Football Federation Shijir Ulziikuu said;

The Mongolian Football Federation is pleased to cooperate with Martin Myers for the football
development in Mongolia.

I would like to state the football awareness of public has been increased recently. Regarding to promotion of the football clubs and players, we would like to ask Martin and the honorary council of Scotland in Mongolia the support to seek the suitable exchange programme for the clubs and players into European Member Associations.

I believe that it is going to be the huge benefit for our football core stakeholders such as the clubs and players to develop their skills and abilities on and off the pitch.


Operations Director Martin Myers led a women’s football tour to The Gambia.  The tour was featured in the FIFA weekly magazine due to its links with FIFA live your goals campaign.

Of the trip President of the Gambian Football Federation Lamin Kaba Bajo said;

We thank Martin of Adventure Kicks for bringing the Glasgow Girls to The Gambia. We commended all parties involved in making the trip a success.  Off the back of the success of the trip we very much hope further understanding can developed between the two institutions & that Martin can assist the GFF with mediating links between the GFF and the Scottish Football Association which he has already instigated.


Operations Director Martin Myers led a football tourism trip to Mongolia for the Airdrieonians Trust.

Trust Chairman Willie Marshal said; 

None of this could have happened without the professionalism and experience of Martin Myers from Adventure Kicks & his team. Their organisational skills and depth of knowledge of the country meant that the trip ran very smoothly indeed. They opened up opportunities and experiences that would have been otherwise inaccessible and this made the trip an overwhelming success.


Operations Director Martin Myers led a delegation of football experts to Mongolia.

Business and Development Manager & head Women’s football at the Scottish Football Association Donald Gillies said;

I was fortunate to accompany Martin and Adventure Kicks in a development visit to Mongolia and experience the warmth towards achieving a new level of education for those involved in football. A thriving futsal community, a desire to bring a learning environment to their coaches was very evident in the time I spent there. I hope it is not the last time I get to experience the country and its friendly people.


Operations Director Martin Myers worked alongside Stuart McLaren of the Scottish FA in his role administering futsal in Scotland.

Head of community football at the Scottish Football Association Stuart McLaren said;

As a part of my previous role within the Scottish FA I had numerous dealings with Martin, mainly in relation to the growth & development of Futsal in Scotland. At all times Martin conducted himself in a thoroughly professional manner whilst demonstrating an unwavering passion for the game. Martin’s dedication to overcome numerous challenges has enabled the Scottish Futsal League (SFL) to continue to flourish & I have no doubt that will continue whilst he is involved.