Clinic de la Fundación Real Madrid

Almost 100 children are taking part in two Foundation clinics this week

NEWS | 29/08/2018

The international program is back to work at Real Madrid City welcoming participants from Japan and the United States. 
This week sees Real Madrid City host two football clinics led by the Foundation for youngsters from the United States and Japan. The Real Madrid Foundation's clinics program is aimed at amateur teams and players who want to work on specific elements of the game across three days of intensive training sessions. These allow the teams to enjoy a high-quality sports program which combines education in values with technical-tactical content and intense physical-motor exercises.

Two mixed groups ranging in age from 14 to 17 have visited Real Madrid City from the state of Virginia. Meanwhile, another group of 45 young people between 8 and 14 years old has come from Tokyo to participate in the clinic organised in collaboration with Generation Adidas International.

Last season
During the 2017-18 season more than 5,000 participants came to Real Madrid City as part of the clinics program. The beneficiaries contribute to sustaining the socio-sporting integration projects for groups at risk of social exclusion run by the Foundation across all five continents.