This Easter, children will be able to play football with ex-Premier League stars, Rio Ferdinand and Bobby Zamora. The two players will be running a two week soccer course with Football Escapes at the Jumeirah Beach Hotel in Dubai.
Football Escapes brings together ex-Premier League stars with some of the best resorts in the world to provide that extra special holiday for the whole family. This Easter, together with the Jumeirah Beach Hotel, there will be two week-long courses on offer for children aged 5-15. The courses are open to players of all abilities and not only provide a welcoming and engaging environment for attendees, but they also allow parents to get up close and personal with the stars in and around the resort.
The Jumeirah Beach Hotel offers the perfect setting for families to relax, have fun and now along with Football Escapes, play football with the stars.
Ex- Manchester United and England defender, Rio Ferdinand, said: “I’m delighted to be teaming up with Football Escapes as we help launch the Jumeirah Beach Hotel Football Academy, delivering coaching to children this Easter Holiday. Dubai offers families a fantastic holiday destination and the Jumeirah Beach Hotel is one of the best family resorts I’ve been too. Working with Football Escapes, Bobby Zamora and I will provide week-long courses to teach children the basics in football and to hone their skills to help make their holiday that even more special. If anyone is interested, contact Football Escapes today for your chance to play with me and Bobby.
Ex-Tottenham Hotspur, QPR, West Ham, Fulham and England Forward, Bobby Zamora, said: “Working with Football Escapes, we’re excited to be announcing our partnership with the Jumeirah Beach Hotel to create something really special for families this Easter. We’ll be running the Jumeirah Beach Hotel Football Academy for two weeks and alongside Rio Ferdinand, we will provide children the chance to get up close and personal with us as we look to teach them techniques and skills they can take on and develop when they get home.
Spaces on the courses are limited to 75 children per week so the resort will be operating on a first come, first serve basis for places.