Dubai Soccer Schools in Dubai are back to receive young players between the ages of 12 and 15, in two new indoor locations, starting tomorrow, Sunday, in a training program throughout the month of June.

A press release said: "The two new sites and the procedures followed in them adhere to all conditions and sprinkles recently identified by the Dubai Sports Council, with the procedures being followed and reviewed on a daily basis."

Procedures include temperature measurement on arrival, sterilization of all equipment every hour, a commitment to non-contact and maintaining social spacing, as well as a commitment to all players and coaches to wear gags and gloves.

The training sessions will be held in two locations in Dubai, namely Dome in Al Wasl, and Just Play in Al Quoz from Sunday to Thursday every week from 6 to 7 pm.

City Football Schools have been organizing their training programs in the UAE for ten years, in which coaches follow the same techniques as Manchester City.

About this, Simon Hewitt, Director of Football Operations in the Middle East for City Football Schools, commented: "We worked in cooperation with the Dubai Sports Council and training sites to ensure compliance with health and safety guidelines, we are happy to return players to the training program and receive them again."

He added: "The training sessions receive men and women between the ages of 12 and 18 from various skill levels. They focus on providing fun, the opportunity to return to exercise, safe social communication, and mental health for the players. We worked with the coaching team to provide the lessons all of the above, We look forward to its launch. "

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