Exciting Football summer activities and new projects

For the third summer in a row, Exciting Football has been to Germany in order to accomplish its mission: support the next generation.

Our coaches Ezequiel Gil and Josep Rochés have been in charge of 2 Coach Seminars and 2 Football Camps, with the participation of more than 30 coaches and 120 players.


During the first week (1-6 August), our Staff went to Visbek, a little town located in the District of Vechta (Lower Saxony), where they collaborated for the second time with the local Club: Rot-Weiss Visbek. Following the Exciting Football usual way of proceeding, the Seminar for coaches was held during the weekend and the camp with young players from the Region took place straight after (from Monday to Thursday). During the Seminar, all the coaches exchanged knowledge and real experiences. As a novelty, this year the Seminar was thought to make all the participants interact with our speakers with practical exercices. The whole week passed successfully, achieving that in only 8 training sessions based on our game philosophy, the young players acquired the guidelines of combinative football and positional attack.

During the second week (8-13 August), Exciting Football traveled to the precious city of Würzburg (Bavaria). There, our coaches were hired to coordinate a Seminar for Coaches (coming from several different parts of Germany) and a Football Camp for players aged 7-17. During the seminar, our Staff explained our training methodology and why it is so important to plan the season. All the activities took place at the FV 1926 Thüngersheim facilities, a small Club to whom we must be so grateful for its warm hospitality. About this week we must underline the collaboration agreement reached between Exciting Football and the company DLV Soccer Management for the organization of future events in Italy. Thus, thanks to this agreement, we continue accomplishing our aim to spread our mission to new places around the world. Football is so exciting that does not care about borders, origins or flags.








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