Christian Brothers College announces Tottenham Hotspur Holiday Soccer Clinics

Christian Brothers College (CBC) is proud to announce an unparalleled opportunity for young soccer enthusiasts to immerse themselves in the CBC + Tottenham Hotspur Holiday Soccer Clinics, set to take place during the Term 2 school break.

Open to all students from Reception to Year 7, participants will have the extraordinary chance to train under the guidance of Tottenham Hotspur Coach, Gerald Lami, and Marcelo Carrusca, CBC’s Technical Director of Soccer and First XI Soccer Coach. Assistance will also be provided by other qualified coaches and members of CBC’s First XI soccer team, ensuring a comprehensive and enriching training experience.

Gerald Lami, Tottenham Hotspur Global Football Development Head Coach, said:

It is great to be involved with the Holiday Soccer Clinics alongside Marcelo, I am looking forward to getting started and helping the players. Our primary focus during these clinics will be on individual player development, which is a fundamental aim of the Club’s Global Football Development Programmes.

The clinics embody the Global Football Development philosophy that is inspired by Tottenham Hotspur’s Academy methods used to develop its professional players.

Participants can opt for a full 3-day clinic or choose a single-day experience, providing flexibility to accommodate different schedules. This is more than just a clinic; it is an invitation to step into the world of premier soccer training and experience the thrill of soccer excellence firsthand.

The Tottenham Hotspur Global Football Development Programme works closely with the Club’s Academy and Women’s Junior Talent Pathway to provide individual progression pathways for players of all development levels.

Player development is at the heart of the Club, and The Global Development team impacts over 45,000 players and coaches annually, as well as demonstrating year-on-year growth. Technical sessions are delivered by FA and UEFA-qualified coaches who take inspiration from the Club’s Men’s and Women’s First Team training methods to help develop every player that takes part in the programmes.

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