Finnish Helsingin Palloseura (HPS) arrives in Madrid with Fútbol In Events
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The centenary club will learn our training methodology and enjoy several friendly matches in the Spanish capital.
We continue to expand borders, continue to grow and continue to make sport-cultural exchanges with teams from all over the world. This time it is the Helsingin Palloseura, Finnish club that in this 2017 fulfills a whopping 100 years and has decided to celebrate it in the best possible way, soaking up the methodology of Fútbol In Events in Madrid.
First came Ramiro Muñoz, our manager in Finland who is currently coach at Helsingin Palloseura (HPS), along with Joni, Sports Director of the Finnish club. Until Wednesday, which is when the rest of the expedition arrives with the players, our companions Antonio Caballero and Jesús Gutiérrez will give theoretical classes to the Sports Director of Helsingin Palloseura (HPS) on the different concepts that we apply in our methodology, then analyze each Concept in different training sessions.
They will also take advantage of these days to visit the training of the first teams more pointers of the city, such as CD Leganés and Rayo Vallecano.
Already on Wednesday will arrive the team players Children (born in 2003). The arrival will be at night, so they will go to the hotel to rest and gather strength for the rest of the week.
On Thursday, after a morning training session, the Finnish club’s children will play two friendlies against Atlético Madrid Wanda and F. Rayo Vallecano.
It is expected that on Friday they will meet Vicente Calderón Stadium, on Saturday they will visit the city center and on Sunday they will visit the Santiago Bernabeu to enjoy the Real Madrid-Real Betis matchup.
On Sunday, before going to the game, will play their last two friendlies in Madrid against ED Moratalaz and CDE Lugo Fuenlabrada.
Monday will end the unforgettable adventure for the 31 components of the expedition.
From Fútbol In Events we wish the best of stays for our friends of Helsingin Palloseura (HPS).