The European Football School (EFS) will celebrate its 11th year of soccer camps in the lakecity this summer.
Saibo Talic, head coach of the Vancouver-based EFS, former Yugoslavia under-21 national team player and Canadian License ‘A’ and UEFA licence ‘B’ coach, will return to Williams Lake from July 7 to 11 for a series of camps tailored to all ages and skill levels.
Saibo said the EFS prides itself in being a soccer school of excellence with a European football fitness philosophy and a well-structured program of technical skills.
Saibo, along with his son, Amir Talic, coach Steve September and guest coaches from Europe, will help players looking to improve their game through multiple highly-motivating, fast-paced sessions.
The relationship between the Williams Lake Youth Soccer Association and the EFS has also helped many players reach the next level.
In the past WLYSA players have been invited by Talic to play with the EFS in college showcase tournaments in the U.S. and in international tournaments in Europe.
Camp times throughout the week are as follows:
• Ages seven to 12 — 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
• Ages 13 to 19 — 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.
• Goalie Camp — 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
• Friday times to be announced
• Rep team camps are available with a minimum of 12 participants per rep team
For more information contact Brian Hansen at the WLYSA office at 250-392-1103 or visit www.europeanfootballschool.com.