CHELSEA F.C. is among the most successful teams of modern times and is one of the true aristocrats of European soccer. The club is known for its attacking brand of soccer, its fast and creative style of play as well for its international flavor – during the 2008/2009 season the team included players from 11 different countries and 4 continents!
STAMFORD BRIDGE, CHELSEA F.C.´s stadium, was built in 1905 by the Mears brothers who wanted it to be used by the nearby Fulham F.C. When Fulham chose another site, the brothers decided to found its own club and CHELSEA F.C. was born!
The focus of our programs is on developing dedicated players with strong technical, physical and mental skills, along with competitiveness and tournament play. This is done in a safe and fun environment. This is a unique chance to live “football” in one of the world’s most passionate soccer countries and with some of the world’s most passionate supporters.
This program includes:
A school backpack is ideal as it will be used for day trips.
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.
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 seasonMatt Yelton
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