Free entry for B40 kids at Real Madrid Foundation Clinic

Fun in the sun: The children taking part in the Real Madrid Foundation’s coaching clinic last year.

PETALING JAYA: This year’s Real Madrid Foundation Clinic Malaysia will be a meaningful one.

It will be organising two separate three-day clinics at the International School of Kuala Lumpur (ISKL).

It has a greater significance than previous editions because around 50 children from the B40 group will be given free admission to the coaching clinic.

Clinic One will be held from June 11-13 while Clinic Two is scheduled to take place from June 15-17, with either a morning or afternoon session.

Participants will receive an official uniform, which comprises a jersey, a pair of shorts and socks.

Dr. V. Nathan, the official representative of Winner Takes All, the local organising partner for the Real Madrid Foundation Clinic Malaysia, believes that the clinics are beneficial for children as it provides them with the opportunity to learn from experienced coaches, improve their skills and have fun playing football.

“This football clinic is a dream come true for young players who want to learn from some of the best coaches in the world,” said Nathan.

“We are thrilled to have the Real Madrid Foundation Clinic in Malaysia, and we hope that children will seize this opportunity to improve their football skills and make new friends.”

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