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Super Club Real Madrid to visit Three Kings United

Super Club Real Madrid to visit Three Kings United

Three Kings United are excited to announce that we have partnered with the Real Madrid Foundation to run clinics at Keith Hay Park from Monday April 16 – Thursday April 19.

The Real Madrid foundation is responsible for sharing the organisations coaching methodology to the world’s football community.

The Real Madrid Foundation Clinics consist of the following:

• Training Sessions run by international Head Coaches from the Real Madrid Foundation

• Players receive an individual written assessment from the Real Madrid Head Coach

• Players will receive a Real Madrid Foundation Clinics branded Training Jersey, Shorts and Socks

• Theory will be incorporated into the sessions for the players, covering the scouting and development processes, club structures and methodology

• Players from the clinics will have the opportunity to be selected to go to Spain for a 2 week training camp at Real Madrid in 2018

As part of the visit, Three Kings United are also hosting a coach development evening on Monday 16 April, with Real Madrid Foundation Head Coach, Carlos Gustavo Albert Garcia (UEFA Pro License) and invite coaches, parents and anyone (from all clubs) wanting to gain an insight into the coaching, operations and methodology of Real Madrid to attend.

Three Kings United Director of Football Paul Bateson says “It is an unbelievable opportunity to have a coach from Real Madrid. Real Madrid is the most successful club in history and for them to be coming to Three Kings United to share the ins and outs of the club is a special moment for us.“

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