generation adidas international is proud to offer top tier adidas youth clubs in the U.S. an exclusive girls soccer experience in France through its partnership with one of Europe’s strongest women’s sides – Olympique Lyonnais. Players will be given an opportunity to play in competitive friendly games against the Olympique Lyonnais Academy, while also training and receiving professional coaching at the legendary club. During your stay you will also visit the renowned Parc Olympique Lyonnais and attend an official French Ligue 1 game (if available). You will also sightsee in one of France’s most important cities, Lyon!
Having won fourteen Women’s Champions of France titles, as well as three Women’s Champions League titles, Olympique Lyonnais is one of the most successful clubs in women’s soccer, both nationally and internationally.
2018 will feature two squads composed of 16 players. This year, Olympique Lyonnais Select will be hosting players born in 2002 or 2003.
In conjunction with adidas America, the landed package cost will be covered for selected players (directors, please discuss with your adidas representative or generation adidas international representative for further details). A full training kit plus footwear and additional adidas swag will be presented to each participant.
As a premier pillar of the generation adidas platform, the top adidas clubs nationwide have the exclusive opportunity to nominate players for the Olympique Lyonnais Select and other Select programs. The process for this is as follows:
THIS PROGRAM IS BY INVITATION ONLY.
This program includes:
Please inquire for further information on these items:
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