Cairo AC, Frankfurt IS, Zurich IS, AIS Vienna
IS Hague, ACS Hillingdon, AS Israel, St. Johns IS
Thursday November 8th
Zurich IS v AIS Vienna
IS Hague v
Cairo AC v Frankfurt IS
AIS Israel v St Johns IS
IS Hague v AIS Israel
Cairo AC v Zurich IS
ACS Hillingdon v
Friday November 9th
ACS Hillingdon v
Cairo AC v AIS Vienna
IS Hague v St Johns IS
3rdA v 4thB
3rdB v 4thA
1stA v 2ndB
1stB v 2ndA
Saturday November 10th
LC1 v LC2
WC1 v WC2
LSF1 v LSF2
WSF1 v WSF2
The American International School Vienna welcomes you to the 2018 ISST Division 2 Boys Soccer Tournament. We are excited to host this year's competition and hope that you enjoy our state of the art field and our parent run Boosters. We wish you all the very best for the tournament.
My personal thanks go to the following; the AIS community who has opened up their homes to the visiting athletes, the school administration and teachers, the Tournament Staff, and the Events Office--Nick DeForest, Claudia Bonek Justin Carnahan, and Karin Hackl without their hard work this event would simply not take place.
I would like to wish you all a successful and memorable championships and hope that
you enjoy your short stay with us.
Director of Athletics, Activities and Events
I.S.S.T. Statement of Sportsmanship
The purpose of the International Schools Sports Tournament is to provide a venue for athletes from the member schools to compete in an environment that is safe, challenging, professional and educational. Each athlete is given the opportunity to demonstrate her/his best athletic ability while maintaining a spirit of respect and co-operation with fellow athletes from various international backgrounds.
Each event involves students and adults in their different roles: these include the athletes, coaches, sports officials and spectators. All those involved in the event are expected to uphold the same spirit of respect and co-operation. This spirit is demonstrated by fair play among athletes, positive encouragement from coaches, impartial judgments from officials and respectful enthusiasm from spectators. The behavior of the adults is crucial to the successful educational aspect of the tournament.
The adults act as models for our athletes. Therefore profanity, deliberately making noises that distract and interfere with the performance of a competing athlete, the condemnation of coaches or officials, or any behavior that is disrespectful or degrading to the ISST standard of sportsmanship, jeopardizes the purposes of the ISST organization and, most of all, jeopardizes the quality of the experience for the athletes.
As the event ensues, we ask that all of our parents, coaches, officials and athletes keep this vision of our purpose in mind.
Host Parent and Guest Student GuidelinesThese guidelines are intended to help both hosts and guests who are involved in ISST Championships and exchanges involving ISST members.
Curfew, Supervision & Safety
Host families and guests may NOT negotiate changes to the following guidelines or or any other rules or provisions set forth by the host school. Should anyone become aware of a violation of the following they MUST report to the Tournament Director. The guests concerned could be removed from the host family home, placed under the direct supervision of his/her coach or sent home.
An adult MUST supervise students in Grades/Year 6, 7 & 8 AND Year 9 (UK system) at ALL times.
Guest athletes are not allowed to leave the host family’s local environment without adult supervision.
Clarification: It is acceptable for HS guest athletes to visit local (walking distance) cafes or take a walk in the local area without adult supervision. In this case, guest athletes MUST return to the host family no later than 22.00. It is NOT acceptable for guest athletes to leave the host family’s local environment without adult supervision.
If host family adults take guests out in the evening then it is important that they return at a reasonable hour (22.00-23.00). Furthermore, guests should be mindful that they are in competition and therefore getting enough sleep throughout the visit is important.
CITY CENTERS AND HIGH PROFILE TOURIST ATTRACTIONS:
ISST competitions provide wonderful opportunities for visiting athletes to not only compete but also to visit some of the best cultural sites in the world. However, even if this is a host family’s local environment we urge host families to use discretion if/when visiting such sites. Where there are security concerns, a host School may also impose travel restrictions. Click HERE to see the current travel advice from the US state department.
INITIAL HOUSING PICK UP, TRAVEL ON COMPETITION DAYS & MEALS:
On arrival guests must be picked up and accompanied by a member of the host family or designated person cleared by the Tournament Director.
Host families will arrange for suitable transport if necessary. Normally, this is expected to be a private car to and from the sporting events. However, it is understood, that some cities operate with excellent public transport systems. A member of the host family must accompany guests during all transportation. The host school will designate pick up and drop off times.
Guest athletes must travel with their housing partner(s) accompanied by the by a member of the host family or designated person cleared by the Tournament Director when traveling to and from the tournament venue.
Host families will provide their guests with a suitable meal at whatever time may be necessary. As well, as provide a box/packed lunch (or money for lunch) during the competition and for the return journey home. When a visiting team has organized a team dinner and will not eat with the host family then host families will be notified in advance of the tournament by the Tournament Director
During the period of the Tournament, host parents will act in ‘loco parentis’ to their athlete guests, and as such, treat the athlete guests as they would their own children, and have the same expectations with regards to behavior. Athletes must fully respect the host parents and obey all instruction. This applies in all situations irrespective of location, during the period of the tournament.
Smoking, any other use of tobacco, the drinking of alcohol and the use of drugs are not permitted by the guests.
Guests must be provided with privacy for showering and changing and bathroom facilities should have lockable doors.
Guests should not have to share a bed, but can be offered a sleeping bag on a couch or an air mattress instead.
These regulations apply to all students: both those from the host school and those visiting throughout the competition’s duration and for visiting students. It also applies during the journey to and from the site of the event.
Guests should be extremely careful when using host family's internet access for downloading files (music, movies, etc.) or programs.
Previous Boys Soccer Champions
2018 VARSITY BOYS
Champions: AIS Vienna
Sportsmanship: AS Warsaw
2nd Place: Zurich IS
3rd Place: Munich IS
4th Place: AS Warsaw
5th Place: AIS Budapest
6th Place: IS Geneva
Archived Games & Live Steam of the AIS Field: Click HERE
Round Robin Results
AIS Vienna 3-1-1-10
Zurich IS 2-0-3-9
AS Warsaw 2-2-1-7
Munich IS 1-2-1-4
IS Geneva 1-3-1-4
AIS Budapest 1-1-1-4
Friday October 12th
Saturday October 13th