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LaLiga Camps to Arrive in Madrid’s ESC LaLiga and NBA Center in July 2023

Madrid, 21 December. (Europa Press) –

LaLiga officially opened registration this Wednesday for a summer camp to be held at the ESC LaLiga & NBA Complex in Madrid in July 2023, inaugurating an initiative called LaLiga Camps this September, which has already been launched in other regions has been done in As the employers said in a statement.

Participants will live an immersion in the “La Liga ecosystem” surrounded by a “multicultural” football environment “thanks to the facilities of this innovative centre”. The La Liga camp comes to Spain after the “success” gathered in eight different venues in the United Kingdom, Japan, South Africa, Kuwait, Peru, and eight different locations in the United States from Dallas (Texas) to Las Vegas (Nevada). , Around 900 players of various levels and ages have passed through them.

“The camps are based on the LaLiga methodology to help players reach their full potential on the road while being an entertaining experience during the summer at the hands of LaLiga,” explained the statement.

The camp, with day-time or overnight options, will run for three weeks, and will seek to bring players of all levels, between the ages of 8 and 17, closer to some of the resources and common elements of La Liga clubs’ quarries.

In addition, the Madrid edition will have coaches that meet the highest UEFA requirements and international and national experience, a multicultural environment, as the ESC LaLiga and NBA Center receives boys from more than 20 different countries; and a state-of-the-art centre, with accommodation for over 450 people, an international school equipped with an auditorium, library and laboratory as well as two football fields, a basketball pavilion, gym and swimming pool.

“One of the keys to the La Liga methodology is the comprehensive training of the players, and in the case of LaLiga Camp, the pillars of our methodology are maintained, thus focusing on the technical, tactical, physical and psycho-emotional development of all participants.” , always using football as an ideal medium to transmit values ​​to the youngest in a playful and educational environment”, highlighted Head of Sports Projects at LaLiga Grassroots, Juan Florit.

Finally, Javier Hernandez, head of business and international development at LaLiga Grassroots, advanced that “language workshops and the possibility to live the experience in English” have been included. “La Liga coaches have international experience and languages, so the combination between academics and sports works even in these short-term experiences,” he concluded.

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