For the summer holidays 2019, PSV Neuss is offering a football holiday camp for the first time.
From 15.08-18.08.2019 the PSV training camp for children and adolescents aged 6-14 will take place
at the PSV Neuss facility, Stoffelsweg 2, 41464 Neuss (opposite ISR International School on the
Fun and games in football, but also the improvement of coordination, technique, goal completion,
and understanding of the game are on the plan - we make you better!
The participants can be brought to the training camp from 8.30am in the morning. The football
training starts at 9.30am and ends daily at 4.30pm. Pick up time is until 5pm. The participants are
looked after the whole time, during the lunch break there are varied games.
The training camp includes lunch, fruits and snacks and of course there will be plenty of drinks.
A complete football dress with jersey, trousers and socks as well as a separate drinking bottle will be
provided to the participants. Only brought own football boots, shin guards and depending on the
weather, a warm jacket.
Four licensed coaches will take care of the children and teenagers. Age-appropriate groups are
formed and, if possible, adapted to the level of performance of the participants.
To register, please use the paper registration form.
If there are too few registrations, we reserve the right to cancel the PSV training camp 10 days
before the start. The already paid registration fee will be refunded.
On February 11, Martin Kudzia was elected new 1. chairman of PSV Neuss 1961 e.V. Martin Kudzia has headed the Triple Alpha Combat department of PSV over the past few years and is looking forward to the years to come. "We are currently experiencing an exciting phase, because the tradition in our club meets the modernity of the ISR International School on the Rhine. It's a cooperation as equal partners, "says Kudzia.
On 02.02.2019, a training course of the PSV department Ju-Jutsu took place. A positive response, a lot of fun and sweat characterized the course. Training methods for trainers as well as a portfolio of combination techniques were taught.