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Miami FC Junior Camp Announced in Partnership with Doral Soccer Club and Italian Soccer Academy

Miami FC Junior Camp Announced in Partnership with Doral Soccer Club and Italian Soccer Academy

MIAMI (May 1, 2017)

The Miami FC announced the launch of the Miami FC Junior Camp, debuting this July in partnership with Doral Soccer Club and the Italian Soccer Academy. The first-ever Miami FC Junior Camp is set to take place at Morgan Levy Park in Doral, July 10-14 and is open to boys and girls ages 6-16.

This marks another important step by the club to make Miami FC the team of the community, and it’s another imperative initiative for the organization as stated by Miami FC CEO Sean Flynn.

“Our community, and essentially being good neighbors, is really at the core of what Miami FC is all about,” said Flynn. “We believe that by joining forces with some of the best youth programs Miami has to offer, we are headed in the right direction for our city and the future soccer stars of Miami FC.”

The youth development strategy, brought forth by Eddie Marles of the Italian Soccer Academy, is supported by Doral Soccer Club, a family oriented, well established club in the City of Doral. The Miami FC Junior Camp will set the groundwork for the long-term development process being put in place.

Italian Soccer Academy UEFA certified trainers will run the four-day camp. The camps will run each day from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. with drills and training based on the Serie A Italian youth team programs. The early part of each morning will be focused on technical and tactical skills, followed by player observations. Small-sided games and technical evaluations will be used in determining which players can be selected and invited to the Miami FC regular season teams.

On the last day of camp, a number of kids will be invited to join the Italian Soccer Academy International Tournament program teams, which compete in events in South America, Europe and USA. An invitation to the Italian Experience Week in Milan, Italy is also an extended benefit to selected campers. Select Miami FC players will also be making appearances during the final two days of camp.

More information on the Miami FC Junior Camp will be available in the coming weeks.
To register for the camp visit MiamiFC.com/Miami-fc-junior-camp

About The Miami FC

The Miami FC is Miami’s only professional soccer team and began playing in the North American Soccer League (NASL) in 2016. Co-owned by international entrepreneur Riccardo Silva and world-renowned soccer superstar Paolo Maldini, the club will compete in the U.S. Open Cup and host international tournaments and friendly matches.

In partnership with The Miami Foundation and the Play for Change Foundation, Miami FC’s mission is to connect with Miami’s communities through the global language of soccer, strengthening their ties by promoting social-driven initiatives and charitable work through soccer.

About Doral Soccer Club

Doral Soccer Club is owned and managed by the Piraquive and Nadelman families. Their joint efforts over the last 15 years have set DSC as a leading development club in South Florida. DSC places significant effort in maintaining a family environment and staying true to fundamental development objectives.

About Italian Soccer Academy

The Italian Soccer Academy (ITSA) is an affiliation program that focuses on clubs and players as well as their families, and provides a network of services in the industry of soccer. Trainer support, formation and education through a guided process is another of its main focuses while implementing a specific curriculum aimed at players and their development. The program highlights technical support for trainers, players and affiliated clubs while emphasizing the importance of structured progression of the training.

About the Miami FC

The Miami FC is Miami’s only professional soccer team and began playing in the North American Soccer League (NASL) in 2016. Co-owned by international entrepreneur Riccardo Silva and world-renowned soccer superstar Paolo Maldini, the club will compete in the U.S. Open Cup and host international tournaments and friendly matches.

In partnership with The Miami Foundation and the Play for Change Foundation, Miami FC’s mission is to connect with Miami’s communities through the global language of soccer, strengthening their ties by promoting social-driven initiatives and charitable work through soccer.