Adelaide United recently held three football clinics run by Reds legend Marcelo Carrusca during the summer school holidays which were a great success.
More than 120 registrants attended the clinics over three locations across the city, learning new skills, techniques and tips from all the coaching staff.
The first of the three-day clinics took place in Elizabeth at Ridley Reserve West.
Later in the week, Underdale High School was the venue to cater for those in the western suburbs.
Meanwhile, the final program occurred at Sturt Oval on the Flinders University campus.
Reds forward, María José Rojas, also attended the program at Flinders University with the Chilean international providing support and advice to all the kids.
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Registrants received a full Adelaide United UCAN training kit as well.
The Club would also like to acknowledge Zorich Group for supplying all the equipment as well as the City of Playford, Underdale High School and Flinders University for access to their grounds.
Stay tuned for further clinics in the future!