Meadow Hall has realigned forces with former Super Eagles striker, Daniel Amokachi, to host its third summer football camp. The camp, which is part of the school’s strategic and continuous drive to mould well-rounded children, as well as giving children the opportunity to discover their football talent and to learn the basic techniques of the game, would take place at Meadow Hall, Lekki, Lagos, from July 23 to 28.
The six-day football camp offers boys and girls all over the country, from ages five to 17 years the opportunity to take their budding interest in football to the next level.
“With Amokachi’s successful football playing career and his current role as manager at Finnish club, JS Hercules FC, the children at the Meadow Hall Summer Football Camp are in great hands to be able to fulfill their dream of becoming world-class football stars,” the school said.Amokachi, who believes that the summer football camp would help discover and develop talents said: “It is impressive to see a school involved in a project that will help the development of sports at the grassroots level.
“We cannot expect the government to do everything; private sector’s involvement in sports is needed and I am happy to partner with Meadow Hall on this project. The Lagos State Sports Commission, Lagos State Football Association and Kansai Plascon are also supporting the project.” Parents are, however, advised to register their children for the football camp at http://register.springmeadowedutainment.com, as it would not interfere with their academic pursuits.