fc bayern munich

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fc bayern munich training program

train with one of europe’s biggest soccer teams

Through its partnerships with the worldʼs top professional soccer teams and national federations, generation adidas international has created Americaʼs premier youth development opportunity.

generation adidas International offers unique exposure to different coaching ideas and philosophies, styles of play, and tactical systems. This fully inclusive program is available to qualified adidas partner youth clubs, university teams and coaches. This program offers valuable insight into the youth development approach of one of the worldʼs most famous clubs – FC BAYERN MUNICH.

FC BAYERN MUNICH is one of the most successful German clubs, as evidenced in 2010 when they won both the League title and the German Cup and reached the final of the UEFA Champions League. The club has won 1 FIFA Club World Cup, 5 Champions League titles, 1 Cup Winnersʼ Cup, 1 UEFA Super Cup, 24 Bundesliga titles, 17 German Cups, 6 League Cups, and 4 German Super Cups. BAYERN is known for never giving up and for being able to turn a game even within the last minute.

generation adidas international enables young players of all ages and abilities to experience the passion and German style of play at this preeminent European club. Not only will players be given an opportunity to play in competitive friendly games abroad, but also train and be coached by professionals at one of the most famous professional soccer clubs in the world – FC BAYERN MUNICH.

The focus of our program is on developing dedicated players with strong mental, physical, and technical skills, along with the ambition to match. This is done in a safe and fun environment. This is a unique chance to live “Fuβball” in one of the worldʼs most passionate soccer countries and with some of the worldʼs most passionate supporters.

This program includes:

  • 25 to 35 people traveling with one free spot
  • All required ground transportation throughout the program (airport transfers included)
  • 4 training sessions with FC BAYERN MUNICH Academy coaches
  • 3 competitive friendly games vs. top quality German teams
  • 2 training sessions with own coach.
  • Use of soccer fields and facilities for training sessions
  • Tour of the Bayern’s “ALLIANZ ARENA,” its museum, and megastore
  • The opportunity to watch the FC BAYERN MUNICHʼs first team train (subject to availability and head coachʼs discretion)
  • Attendance at a professional “BUNDESLIGA” game (subject to availability and additional cost)
  • Guided tour of Munich
  • 8 nights accommodation at 3 or 4-star hotels or dormitory rooms
  • Half board each day during tour (breakfast and lunch and dinner)
  • A full-time Supervisor on call 24 hours a day
  • Comprehensive liability, cancelation, and secondary medical insurance


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Day 1:

  • Arrive in Munich, Germany.
  • Transfer to accommodations.
  • Welcome presentation and free time to relax and adjust from the long journey.
  • Guided tour of Munich.

Day 2:

  • Tour of FC BAYERN MUNICH training complex.
  • Morning and afternoon training sessions with FC BAYERN MUNICH Academy coaches.

Day 3:

  • Munich Sightseeing (Frauenkirche, Karlsplatz, Neuhauserstraβe, Hofbräuhaus)
  • Competitive friendly game #1 vs. top-level German youth team.

Day 4: 

  • Morning training session with FC BAYERN MUNICH Academy coaches.
  • Stadium tour of “ALLIANZ ARENA” and visit to megastore.
  • Free morning to enjoy the city on your own.
  • Lunch at a famous Bavarian pub.

Day 5:

  • Attend a professional first team training session (subject to head coachʼs discretion) or morning soccer training session with own coach.
  • Competitive friendly game #2 vs. top-level German youth team.
Day 6: 

  • Morning training session with FC BAYERN MUNICH Academy coaches.
  • Afternoon sightseeing in Munich.

Day 7:

  • Morning free for sightseeing
  • Competitive friendly game #3 vs. top-level German youth team.

Day 8:

  • Free morning to enjoy the city on your own.
  • Attend a professional “BUNDESLIGA” game (subject to availability and additional cost).

Day 9:

  • Depart Munich, Germany
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A school backpack is ideal as it will be used for day trips.

  • Ear buds
  • Change of clothes
  • Reuseable water bottle
  • Medication
  • Additional community service forms
  • Outlet power converter
  • Consent to travel form
  • Emergency contacts
  • Passport
  • Photocopy of passport
  • Two passport photos (needed for Visa)
  • Wallet/money
  • Book and/or journal
  • Pen
  • Phone
  • Chargers
  • Camera

Appropriate attire for service projects– students should be wearing Bermuda or basketball length shorts or pants. This is especially important to females. T-shirts should cover the chest and shoulders- nothing too low cut, and no undergarments should ever be showing. Appropriate attire for touring– students will be visiting temples and museums throughout their program. All students will be expected to have their shoulders and knees covered. Please be sure to bring at least one pair of lightweight capris and t-shirts that are modest (no v-neck/low cut tees). *Business casual outfit– a long sleeved collared shirt and lightweight trousers will work best for boys. A long skirt and appropriate shirt is ideal for girls.

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Having the girls meeting the Real Madrid players was an unforgettable experience for them. Also training and staying at the top class facilities of the City of Futbol gave us the opportunity to really prepare for the season
Matt Yelton Head Coach -Lee University Women
On behalf of our son Hernan (Nanu) we would like to express our gratitude to you, because you went above and beyond when hurricane Irene caused the cancelation of the flights, keeping our kids from coming back home on time.
Laura Romer and Pablo Gelaf Parents