KUWAIT: Ooredoo has successfully concluded its intensive football camp, in collaboration with Paris Saint-Germain Academy for youngsters. The Academy hosted 200 young football lovers between the ages of 6 to 16 for three days. All registered participants received diplomas on the successful completion of their training.
This dedicated intensive camp, which was held for the first time in Kuwait, was a great chance for the participants to develop various skills including tactical and defensive playing, stamina training and the basic rules of football.
Ooredoo Kuwait Corporate Communication Director Mijbil Alalyoub said: "We are glad that young participants enjoyed the intensive camp. The feedback received from them and their parents was very encouraging. We were overwhelmed with the number of applicants, and hope to accommodate more students in the future. We look forward to providing more training for football fans and potential players."
It is worth mentioning that Ooredoo Group and Paris Saint-Germain's agreement focuses on the development of youth and community support, with the launch ofcoaching programs across Ooredoo's footprint in the Middle East, North Africa, and Southeast Asia. Those programsare designed to create life opportunities for young people. Ooredoo and Paris Saint-Germain bring qualified coaches and Paris Saint-Germain training programs to a number of key markets, with a focus on encouraging aspiring young footballers to pursue their sporting dreams.
Ooredoo aims to continue supporting young people's ambitions and aspirations and further developing their skills in different areas as a part of the company's corporate social responsibility.