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VfB Stuttgart |  Another VfB visit to America

VfB Stuttgart | Another VfB visit to America

The VfB Football School was once again active on an international level and organized several camps and training courses for coaches in Texas and New Jersey. The purpose of this commitment is to promote the growth of children and youth soccer in the United States and to further strengthen international ties.


Four months after the professional team’s trip to the USA, VfB Stuttgart has once again flown the flag for German professional soccer in the United States over the past two and a half weeks. Together with Forza Campiones VIP, the VfB Football School in Austin and San Antonio held eleven days of training camps and training courses, making for a successful start to November 2022. More than 120 youngsters and local coaches accepted VfB’s invitation. “The VfB coaches did a great job and brought an extraordinary training to our region. VfB has gained many new fans and friends and has made a very good impression here,” says David Din, founder of Forza Campiones VIP, which has supported VfB as a regional partner. From Texas, the VfB delegation moved to Trenton, New Jersey, where the German American Kickers (GAK) is located. The club is an important partner for VfB in the field of football development in the United States. Among other things, regular digital training sessions via video link take place as part of this collaboration. At this time, the VfB Football School has several training sessions. and completed additional training courses in GAK’s individual years and weekly visits with coaches.

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Strengthening international consciousness

“Our kids had a lot of fun during training and were able to learn a lot of new things. We were very excited about the visit and couldn’t wait for the kids to train with the VfB coaches. The many digital units are always well attended and inspiring to our participants,” said German American Kickers President Paul Bett. “The feedback and motivation for our offerings has been consistently positive. Together with cooperation partners, our concept is paying off, showing continued presence in the US and other parts of the world that are of interest to VfB. Last year we launched our soccer school internationally in the US and Asia. Let’s continue on this path. This greatly strengthens the international spirit of VfB, inspires people all over the world and is a contribution that we as VfB make to the internationalization of the Bundesliga,” says Reuven Kasper, member of the marketing and sales board of VfB Stuttgart.