Players will train at two of the Premier League's top clubs!
Chelsea moves one step closer to a Premier league title as they topped Manchester City 2-1 yesterday in an exciting match that saw two contrasting styles battle it out in a tactical showcase. With the second half lead, Antonio Conte's Chelsea did what they did best, not allowing Pep Guardiola's attacking City to break through their organized defensive blocks.
This summer our DUSC B2004s will have an opportunity of a lifetime as they travel to England to train with the youth academy coaches of Manchester City FC and Chelsea FC, and play competitive matches against top level English teams.
The players will have a guided tour of Chelsea's Stamford Bridge Stadium and its club museum, attend the Annual Community Shield Match at Wembley Stadium and explore London. Then they will travel north, to tour Manchester City's Etihad Stadium and its club museum, visit the National Football Museum and explore Manchester and nearby Liverpool.
This trip will give our players the experience of a lifetime as they gain insights into youth development at two of the best clubs on the world, while absorbing the culture of their sport in the country that is its birth place.
In addition to B2004's trip, the B2002's are headed to Spain and the G2000's are headed to Holland. More to come on those trips soon...