20 June 2022, 12h04
Benfica in Henderson, State of Nevada, in the United States.
During one week, between June 13 and 17, and under a scorching sun in the Nevada desert, with temperatures above 40 degrees, more than 50 boys and girls had the opportunity to experience the training methodology and values of Sport Lisboa e Benfica.
Under the supervision of Benfica's coaches, Davide Gomes and João Rosmaninho, and despite the difficult weather conditions, the participants, aged between 7 and 15, improved their soccer knowledge in an excellent learning environment.
This camp served as a kick-off to the next one, this time to be held in San Diego, during the week of June 20-24.
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15th National Meeting of the Benfica Soccer Schools
After a three-year hiatus due to the pandemic, the National Meetings of Sport Lisboa e Benfica Soccer Schools are back and the weekend of May 14 and 15 will be unforgettable for the nearly 5700 youngsters, born between 2007 and 2018, participating in the 15th edition. Between the Cathedral's pitch and the Artificial Turf pitch, 1276 matches will be played, with 50 schools - including from the islands of Madeira and the Azores - divided into 577 teams, fulfilling the dream of playing at Estádio da Luz. On display for the youngsters is the UEFA Youth League trophy, the first in the Club's history. Here are the best images from the weekend.
International soccer schools in friendly match at Luz
The teams from the Benfica Soccer School in Washington and from the Elite International Development program, developed for several years in partnership with Coerver Coaching, held a friendly match at the Estádio da Luz's artificial turf pitch. A moment that brought together two of Sport Lisboa e Benfica's international projects and allowed the youngsters to consolidate game concepts associated with the training methodology implemented by the Club.