NCB Sponsors Manchester United Youth Football Camp

NCB Capital Markets Cayman has partnered with Greenspace Cayman to support an elite football camp in the Cayman Islands led by world-class coaches from Premier League giants Manchester United.

The ‘Learn to Play the United Way’ camp will include technical sessions with three coaches from the Manchester United Academy. The camps will be held July 4th to July 8th, 2022 at the CIFA playing field and will be open to players in the Cayman Islands aged 9-11 years and 12-14 years.

The coaches leading the camps from the Manchester United Academy are: Karl Brown, a 13-16 year old specialist who has worked at the Manchester United Academy for seven years and is a former Manchester United player; Dean Whitehouse, a 10 – 12 year old specialist and a coach educator with the Professional Football Scouting Association who has been at the Academy for 22 years and Steve Crane, a former professional player from the USA who has worked as a coach education specialist at The Coaching Manual (TCM).

NCB Capital Markets Cayman managing director, Tuula Jalasjaa, commented: “We are delighted to partner with Greenspace Cayman, a non-profit company that does such important work to procure and preserve land for public and recreational sporting initiatives. This exciting opportunity will be held at Buttonwood Park green space, a regulation sized football field, provided by the Greenspace Cayman to host local sporting events for organisations including the Cayman Islands Football Association who they have partnered with on this initiative.

“Research shows a child’s involvement in sport helps to improve their social interaction, increase their confidence and improve their listening skills and health and NCB is delighted to be able to show our support for this important work, by supporting this exciting football camp.”

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