Morocco's Mazagan resort introduces football academy

The summer programme is available until August 31, 2017

Mazagan Beach & Golf Resort, Morocco.
Mazagan Beach & Golf Resort, Morocco.

Mazagan Beach & Golf Resort, Morocco has launched a football academy for the summer, with courses for children aged six to 16 years.

Designed to develop young football players, the academy is being run by certified professional football coaches and it follows the same training methods used by professional teams. It has many football pitches for participants to benefit from , as well as an experiential training programme with coaching sessions featuring goal shoots, dribbling and football matches. Once enrolled in the programme, children are split into appropriate age groups and begin training immediately.

The course and kit at the football academy includes a shirt with name, short, socks and sports bag. The summer programme is available until August 31, 2017.

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Morocco has been rapidly building its presence in Africa in varied sports and aims to have as many children and adults as possible playing football and other sports.


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