THOMAS BRIELS
TALENT CAMP

TRAIN WITH THE CAPTAIN
OF THE RED LIONS AND
WORLD CHAMPION!

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DON’T MISS OUT!

The exclusive Thomas Briels Talent camp is created for young hockey players who want to train with top talent Thomas Briels! This year we’ll organize an exclusive overnight hockey camp, perfect for players (and goalies) who are ready improve themselves. This camp combines one of the best players in Belgium, with one of the best clubs in the Netherlands.
What better way to kick of your summer holidays?!

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THE CAMP

Thomas Briels is captain of the Red Lions (national team Belgium) and has played at the Olympic games as many as 3 times. He has a proven track record and scored several game-changing goals. As one of the best players in Belgium he now wants to teach you his skills. Together with SportWays Hockey Camps, Thomas created a challenging hockey program. The Thomas Briels Talent Camp is all about hockey, with 2 hockey clinics a day. SportWays Hockey Camps are renowned (and loved) for the high quality training sessions and exquisite programs. In the evening the social staff will take over, for an amazing fun program.

You can sign-up now for the best week of your life.
Don’t miss out and train with this triple Olympic player!


Details:

  • Date: June 29th to July 5st, 2019
  • Age: 10 to 15 years old
  • Venue: Hurley, Amsterdam, the Netherlands (check the website)
  • Cost: € 615,00
  • Including overnight stay, food & beverage, drinking bottle and camp T-shirt.
  • We will visit the Pro League Finals in the Wagener Stadium!
  • Overnight stay: in large tents, with a max of 9 participants
  • Excluding transportation costs
  • Pick-up from Amsterdam Schiphol airport possible
  • Train at your own level
  • Camp languages: English and Dutch


Sign up now

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