Netherlands & Germany Coach Education Tour
Netherlands & Germany Coach Education Tour 9th to 17th October 2017
Why you should attend?
Visit Top Dutch & German Clubs
See the facilities at two top profesional clubs in Central Europe. Understand the support that comes for top professional players and how it affects their performance.
Observe First Team & Youth Training Sessions
Two different clubs with clear philosophies from youth teams all the way to senior teams. Watch how the philosophies are broken down in each training session.
Coach Education Workshop & Lecture
There will be short lectures and workshops conducted by the world class coaching program, Total Soccer Method, during the time in Holland.
Coach Exchange & Discussion
Discussions will be facilitated by Tour Manager who will be with you throughout the duration of the tour. Tour Manager will be a qualified senior soccer coach.
Inclusive: Flights, Transfers, Accomodation, Food & Program
*Flight Departure from Changi Airport
Participants who do not wish to travel from Singapore may choose this option
Inclusive: Transfers, Accomodation, Food & Program
*All Prices in SGD
Register refundable deposit of S$500.00
Upon confirmation of enough participants, full payment to be made from 15th July to 31st July.
2Touch Coach Academy will be organising a 7 Day Coach Education Tour to the Netherlands & Germany. This tour will consists of stadium visits, training observations, coaching workshops & professional and youth matches. There will also be a senior coach who will be facilitating the daily discussions. The Netherlands & Germany are at the forefront of coach education in the World and in this trip, you will be able to observe two different clubs with very distinct and different philosophies.
Borussia Mönchengladbach is one of the biggest and oldest clubs in Germany. Having very decorated players such as Berti Vogts, Jump Heynckes & Gunter Netzer playing for them before, it is a club with a very proud heritage. It is a club that always looks
ahead in it’s direction and currency also have the brightest talents such as Mahmoud Dahoud and Andreas Christensen in their ranks. Nicknamed Die Fohlen, they were the first side to win the Bundesliga in succession.
VVV-Venlo is a professional club based in the south of the Netherlands, thus the nickname, Pride of the South. It is well-known especially in the far east the likes of Keisuke Honda, Maya Yoshida & Yuki Otsu have put on the yellow of VVV before this. A very modest club but with sound processes, it has managed to develop players from within the academy to make the bulk of its first team players. It will be interesting to learn and observe the club as how it manages its talents and first team on a modest budget.