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Coerver Summer Camp at EFP

Spend a sporty summer and learn to play football like the stars! 

 

EFP Summer Camp 2018, under the supervision of UEFA Pro Coaches, is designed to improve individual skills and awareness levels with the objective of making every aspiring footballer more skilful and to become a better team player.
 

Trainings take place for 4-hours every weekday morning from 8.30am till 12.30pm on the new EFP state-of-art main field in Zouk Mosbeh either from July 2nd till 20th or from July 23rd till August 10th. This program of three weeks also includes on Wednesday special activities and outings among which swimming, games and much more!

 

Camp 1: 2nd of July till 20th of July

Camp 2: 23rd of July till 10th of August

 

 

For more information or registration, please call EFP Summer Camp dedicated team on  03-11 93 11.
 

 

 
 

Coerver Coaching holiday camps offer a fun filled soccer experience for children aged 4-16 years. Each day will include Coerver® SUPER SKILLS competitions and challenges, Ball Mastery, Coaching sessions focusing on developing effective use of skill, small sided Coerver® Games, and mini Coerver Cup Tournament to keep players active.

 

TECHNIQUE

The cornerstone of our curriculum is technical development. We utilize the Coerver® Method of ball mastery and graduated pressure to build technical competence and play carefully selected games to build functional success.

 

PLAYER CONFIDENCE

We foster creativity by providing the players technical building blocks & encouraging creative actions in developmentally appropriate games. Our games are designed to be fun, challenging and to reward success and risk-taking.

 

TEAMWORK

Small group tactics and principles of play are taught in attack and defence by utilizing the structure of the many small sided games, which have made the Coerver® Curriculum so unique and recognised as the world’s leading technical football program.

 

SPORTSMANSHIP

We value winning but not more than character and effort. We encourage paying respect to players, parents, coaches and referees. Sportsmanship is emphasized to develop the whole person and not just the player.

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