Manchester City Football Schools have expanded to seven venues across the UAE.
The Manchester City Football Schools are celebrating ten years of football programmes, tournaments and a lot more in the UAE. The schools are structured around helping students develop their skills through rigorous training and a hands-on approach to address every aspect of the game.
Starting September, the schools will be conduct sessions at seven locations in the region which will accept as many as thousand new players to their programmes. The locations will include Emirates Palace, Al Maryah Island and Zayed Sports City in Abu Dhabi and Brighton College, Jumeirah Baccalaureate School, Koora Dome and Uptown School in Dubai. They have had some stalwarts like Aymeric Laporte, Raheem Sterling, David Silva and Fernandinho mentor the students at the school. The club is encouraging children between the ages of three to sixteen of all abilities to enroll themselves in.
“Over the years, we have enjoyed being a part of the UAE landscape and seeing so many players play in our football programmes. We have developed the most inclusive and comprehensive football programme in the UAE and we can’t wait to kick off our 10th season. Whether your child is 3 years old and starting their football journey, a teenager wanting to play with their friends or a talented young player with a focus on development – we have a programme for them”, said Simon Hewitt, head of MENA Football Operations at City Football Schools.
The facilities have been inspected and revamped in line with the Covid-19 rules and regulations to ensure safe playing amidst all the enjoyment. The school has witnessed 37 UAE nationals trained from their establishment go on to sign for professional clubs and had 24 of the school’s teams compete in the UAE leagues. The level of sportsmanship and competitiveness is expected to be no different this season!
For more information visit uae.cityfootballschools.com.