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Delhi Dynamos to begin youth summer camp for junior members

IANS  |  New Delhi 

Indian Super League (ISL) franchise Delhi Dynamos FC on Monday announced three summer camps for its junior members across the Delhi-National Capital Region.

The enrolment in the youth football summer camp across the three venues is through a membership program,e being launched for the young Dynamos fans.

The junior membership programme of the club entitles the youth footballer not only to be part of the Dynamos summer camp, but also receive match tickets to all of the Delhi home games and also custom made Dynamos merchandise.

Speaking on the announcement, Dynamos marquee player Florent Malouda said in a release: "After being a part of the Delhi Dynamos grassroots initiative and visit a prominent grassroots camp last season I observed the potential and aspiration in young champions, I wish all our young members make most of the Delhi Dynamos youth summer camp and believe this will flourish young home-grown talent in this beautiful country."

The first Dynamos summer camp which is to be held at the New Willingdon Ground, Chanakyapuri, from the May 18 which shall run for a month's time. Participants will be between age groups 10 to 14 years and 15 to 17 years.

The second Dynamos youth football summer camp is scheduled to open doors to the young aspiring footballers on the May 25 for 21 days duration. It will be held at Kusum Sarovar School, Sector 14, Dwarka, in association with Shastri FC. Participants will be between age groups 6 to 17 years.

The club is scheduled to host the third Dynamos youth summer Camp in TDI International School, Sonepat, from the June 1 for a month. Participants will be between age groups 6 to 17 years.



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First Published: Mon, May 09 2016. 19:52 IST