Open Training in Stadion Galgenwaard

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Great news for all fans of FC Utrecht.

The coach and players of FC Utrecht will train at Stadion Galgenwaard on 23 October and the training session which starts at 10.45 am will be open and is free for all supporters.

Everyone can enjoy the open training session from the main stand. You can go in via Entrance A by following the route that will be indicated by flags.

The catering points will also be open, so you can score a tasty snack and a refreshing drink!

Proper preparation for the morning is of course important and therefore it will be possible from 9.30am to make flags to support the team.

During the open training the trainer will coach the FC Utrecht squad with a headset on, so everyone can hear how he coaches the players and what tips he gives to them.

There is still much more to experience on the day.

For example, eSporters Danny Hazebroek and Christiaan van der Mark will be present for a game of FIFA.

You can also meet and have your photograph taken with Tiger and Tigergirl.

Of course, after the practice session, there is the opportunity to grab autographs from the players and to have your picture taken with them.

More details are here.

There will also be a Children’s press conference for Junior Tiger members

Anyone who is a member of the FC Utrecht Junior Tiger kids club will receive even more extras on this day! Their press conference will take place after the training. So, if you are a member and you have a question for the players, look here for more information on the child press conference! You can submit a question up to and including 18 October.

The 30 Junior Tiger members with the best questions will be invited to take part in the press room after the training and can ask their questions to the players themselves.

As another bonus treat, on the day of the Open Training you will be able to get 20% discount on the entire range in the official Fanshop of FC Utrecht.

This is a fantastic opportunity for a behind the scenes look at how FC Utrecht is run and is a chance not to be missed.

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Jon Wilkins

Jon Wilkins

Jon Wilkins is Welsh and lives in England. He is a writer. A Europhile and Remainer, he is a regular visitor to Utrecht and has set his crime novel series in the city.

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