On Monday June 3rd, the Maccabi Tel Aviv “Avi Cohen” Youth Academy will hold open an training day for both male and female players and goalkeepers from across the country. The program will take place at Kiryat Shalom 106 Derech Ben Tzvi Street, Tel Aviv. The special day will feature training sessions, games as the professional staff will see which players will impress and those who do will be invited for trials with the various teams in the Academy.

To register for the open training day please fill in the information requested below and email it to: relias@mtafc.com

The professional staff will also take part in this special day as the coaches from the youth department teams including the Performance Director Patrick van Leeuwen and the Academy’s scouts.

Players who impress the staff will be invited to the Academy for trials to see if they can join one of Maccabi Tel Aviv’s youth department teams. The day is open to both male and female players and goalkeepers – amateurs and professionals are welcome to participate from across the country. Throughout the day there will be specific training by age group according to the philosophy of the Maccabi Tel Aviv Academy.

The open training day will take place on June 3rd (should there be an overwhelming response an additional day will be added).
2007-2013 will begin at 16:00
Where? Kiryat Shalom 106 Derech Ben Tzvi Street, Tel Aviv

Please fill in the following details and email them to: relias@mtafc.com:

1. Full Name
2. Sex M/F
3. Birthdate
4. Height/weight and glove size
5. Position
6. How many years have you been an active player
Are you currently registered as an active player on a team?
If you are a player from another club that would like to participate in the open day you must have an approval from your club that you are allowed to participate in the open day.
7. Mobile phone number, parents number, address, email

Medical consent:
Active player – please attach a current medical consent form to the email
Players on trial, amateurs etc… – please attach a medical consent form from your family doctor.
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