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The program offers students the chance to improve their footballing skills, under the direction of the Arsenal football coaches.
The course is open to children of all levels
The objective is to transmit the 'Arsenal way', a way of understanding the sporting culture, focusing on the innate abilities of each pupil, along with teamwork and a positive mental attitude.
Football Training is guided by coaches of Arsenal soccer camp in his installations of .
- Hours of training per week:15 h / week
- Required Age:10 - 17 years
- Languages spoken by coaches:English
- MINIMUM level of Football to access the camp:Beginner
- How are the groups organized?The groups are organized according to: Age, Level
The training forms an important part of the children's daily activities. The daily sessions come to a total of 15 weekly hours. The training sessions are organized according to level and the children are divided into groups of between 8 and 12 pupils.
They will carry out exercises both with and without the ball and will also learn all the values of this sport.
Regarding the theoretical concepts and the technical skills which the coaches will cover, there are many different aspects, including:
- On-pitch communication.
- Spacial positioning.
- The vision of the game.
- The ability to adapt to different situations.
- Coverage of the game.
Regarding physical abilities, they will aim to strenghten:
- Running with the ball.
About Arsenal FC
Arsenal Football Club is one of the British clubs that has achieved a great number of titles.
The London club has earned 3 first-division titles and 10 English cups.
Additionally, it has an unbeatable record, being the only champion of the Premier League to not have been beaten (in the season of 2003-2004).
Arsenal's main rival is Tottenham Hostpur- their rivalry is known as the North London Derby.
Arsenal is a long-standing team: founded in 1886, in south-east London, it was the first to form part of the Football League in 1893 and owes its name to the fact that its founders and first players worked in an arms factory in Woolwich.
Arsenal's biggest recent sporting successes were delivered by coach Arsene Wenger, in what has been called the Wenger Era.
The French coach, who has directed the bench since 1996, has provided the club track record with two Premier League titles, a Football league, a UEFA subchampionship, another from the Champion's League and one more from the European Super Cup, as well as other national tournaments and friendlies.
Since 2006, the team has been playing in the brand-new Emirates Stadium in Islington.