Last week in WOSPAC, we welcomed three teams from the United States, with the aim of maximising their participation at the Donosti Cup which will be held this week in the Basque country.
Relationships are made day by day. The chemistry in a team is built with the daily trainings and relations between the individuals that form it. The team chemistry is something necessary for the big collective success. Having all the members understanding themselves is the key to reach the goals that have been set during the season.
The WOSPAC Teams program, which organizes stays and friendly matches for teams from around the world, received the visit of the Wake Forest University from the State of North Carolina, USA, with its section of soccer, one of the best universities in this field highlighting throughout all of the United States, competing every year in the final…
WOSPAC supports handball. Three of the CH Gavà players, handball club linked to WOSPAC, took part in the Spanish territorial championship representing Catalunya in Almería. Jana Castañera, under 16, Claudia Limones and Sofía Feliu, under 14; were the players selected.
The Australian Academy of soccer Football Movement, who is on tour around Spain, and has visited and trained in the sportive complexes of Real Madrid, FC Barcelona and the Spanish Football Federation, in his Las Rozas sports city, has visited this week WOSPAC being his last stop on this long tour they have done.
The BAA boys of Alevín from Bermuda were going to the Camp Nou of FC Barcelona, with new members who have not wanted to miss the chance to see it in person.
The VI Powerade Cup has started and this year, the team of Bermuda, the BAA has been part of the final tournament that was held in the premises of the EU Cornellà in Barcelona for a new BAA experience.
The final phase of one of the most prestigious tournaments of the Youngsters category during the Christmas period. The sixth edition of the Powerade Cup will be held on 18, 19 and 20 December in the new head field of UE Cornella.
After the visit of the young players of the Korean Football Federation at the WOSPAC facilities and the subsequent tour of the New headfield of Cornellà, they were prepared to play games against the youngsters A and C of UE Cornellà.
On Monday, November 30th, more than 50 young Korean footballers, their leaders, teachers and coaches visited WOSPAC.