Viva begins hunt for soccer talents
For all young footballers in Bahrain between the 12-15 years of age, VIVA Bahrain is offering a fantastic lifetime opportunity to 18 lucky players to live their football dream and play and train at one of the world's best training camps in Manchester, UK.
VIVA Bahrain is proud to bring back its successful Manchester United Soccer Schools (MUSS) programme to scout for talented young players across the Kingdom and offering them a chance to be coached by world-class, UEFA certified coaches. The package also offers a full unique Manchester United experience by living on campus in Myerscough College, UK.
The selected players from Bahrain will be with 30 other footballers from the UAE and Kuwait as part of the regional initiative by the STC Group involving young football enthusiasts.
Young players will also have a chance to attend behind-the-scenes tour which will be concluded with a closing ceremony at Old Trafford.
Here is a chance for all young players male or female who are resident in the Kingdom to fuel their passion for football and register for this exclusive opportunity from VIVA Bahrain.
All young players have to do is to visit the VIVA Manchester United Zone at Bahrain City Centre Mall, fill in the registration form and secure a spot in the auditions which will involve initial try-outs conducted by local coaches from Bahrain Football Association followed by final auditions by coaches from MUSS who will fly in especially from the UK to select the top 18 players.
The VIVA Manchester United Zone at Bahrain City Centre is open from 10am to 10pm between now and until May 20.
For more information on VIVA Manchester United Soccer Schools campaign, visit www.viva.com.bh.
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