Verizon Wireless and former Captain of the Ecuadorian national team and multiple World Cup and Copa America participant, Alex Aguinaga, join forces for the fifth annual youth soccer clinics.
Leading the clinics and overseeing a staff of coaches from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) will be former Club America coach and well known ESPN Deportes broadcaster, Daniel “El Russo” Brailovsky. The three-hour clinics will include ball gymnastics, warm ups, ball control, overall soccer skills, and small-sided games. Each participating youth will receive a soccer jersey, sports sack, baseball cap and certificate of completion.
On-site registration is limited and open to players five to 17 years old.
9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Sunday, May 2, 2010
(Autograph session with Alex Aguinaga at 12:15 p.m.)
Phoenix College Stadium, Hoy Field
1202 W. Thomas Road, Phoenix, AZ 85013
- Daniel “El Russo” Brailovsky, Alex Aguinaga and coaches teaching kids.
- Youth participating in different capacities and skill levels, including passing, dribble and kicking.
- Autograph and photo session with Alex Aguinaga.
Verizon Wireless and some of Latin America’s greatest soccer legends come together for Verizon Wireless’ fifth annual free youth soccer clinics taking place in 19 U.S. cities including Phoenix.
For full clinic details please visit www.alianzadefutbol.com.
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