In the center of Moscow will open a summer football camp for children aged 6-17 years according to the Dutch system.
Is your child staying in Moscow for the summer? Is he passionate about football? Do not miss this great opportunity.
June 28, 2015 in Moscow will open day football camp Puma School of Speed. Children from 6 to 17 years will be able to hone the skills of possession of the ball under the guidance of Dutch coaches from the well-known football academies of the Netherlands. The camp is designed for 120 children, who will be trained for three shifts from June to August.
The program of the camp was developed by Dutch trainers certified by UEFA. What awaits the guys?
Every day 2 football training sessions lasting 60-90 minutes, communication with coaches and team-mates, friendly matches. The Dutch school of football focuses on the individual development of the player, so every athlete will pass the test at the beginning and at the end of the shift to evaluate personal results. Classes will take place on the football arena "Europe" (5 minutes from the metro station "Kievskaya"), this is an indoor field with artificial turf of the last generation.
In addition, the students will daily attend English classes, which will be provided by the partner of the camp - the international educational center EF English First.
All the children will be divided into groups taking into account their preparation in sports and language terms.
The program is designed for 10 days of intensive training and the final tournament on the last Saturday of the shift. Campers will be at the base from 9:00 to 18:00 on weekdays (lunch and snack).
The necessary equipment for all young players will be provided by Puma. A football club "Rubin" (Kazan) will give the best camp players a paid internship in their training club, which includes master classes, training and communication with eminent players and their mentors.
The cost of one shift is 38,800 rubles.
More information about the camp is on the citysport.pro website and by phone +7 (499) 653-93-66. Record in the camp - using a special form on the site.