Successful AGRAVIS Holiday Camp at Preußen Münster
The traditional AGRAVIS holiday camp took place at the third division side SC Preußen Münster in the first week of the autumn holidays. For the first time, 80 girls and boys aged between 8 and 12 - instead of the 50 of previous years - started the camp.
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They did not create chaos, but ensured a lively and fantastic week of football. The camp was again presented by AGRAVIS Raiffeisen AG in collaboration with the radio station Antenne Münster and SC Preußen.
The children did not let the partially unpleasant autumn weather deter them, but enjoyed the varied programme led by licensed trainers from the club. For example, there were several training units every day, interrupted by meals taken together. A particular high point was the visit by Preußen chief trainer Ralf Loose and co-trainer Babacar N'Diaye, who answered many questions from the inquisitive next generation of footballers and also got practically involved in training in order to show the kids a few tricks. All participants particularly enjoyed a simulated press conference with players Daniel Masuch and Benjamin Siegert.
On the final day, there was a concluding tournament and words of praise from all participants and the organizers, AGRAVIS and Preußen Münster. Bernd Homann, Director of AGRAVIS Corporate Communications, was pleased "that no injuries occurred in the camp, all the players and trainers had a lot of fun and we were able to help to ensure that the children could pursue their hobby meaningfully for four whole days under these special conditions". There are plans to repeat the AGRAVIS holiday camp at SC Preußen next year.
And there is still a highlight in store: On 22 November, all children are invited, with a chaperone, to attend the league match between Preußen and SpVgg Unterhaching.