Special Adventure Camp Switzerland 2018, June 12th – 17th, 2018
Our camp is packed with football, inclusion workshops at regional schools, mixed tournaments with many personal contacts and public events where we will focus on inclusion. In addition, our kids get to know the wonderful landscape of Central Switzerland on excursions, enjoy the opening of the World Cup and other leisure activities together. Visit us at the following events in Central Switzerland. We are pleased to be able to hold the days in Brunnen under the patronage of Mrs. Petra Gössi, National Councillor of Canton Schwyz.
- for a football camp for education, inclusion and social participation.
12. – 14. Juni 2018
Camp- and Tournament Days in Brunnen (Training Ground of the FC Brunnen)
12 June 2018
14.30h Training our Disability Kids
18.30h Welcome aperitif for our patrons and sponsors from Canton Schwyz
18.30 – 20.00h Inclusion tournament with the youth teams of FC Brunnen
19.00h Public workshop in the gallery: ‘Inclusion in the clubs’
13 June 2018
10.00h Training our Disability Kids
Parallel Workshop at the MPS District Schwyz ‘We are all equal’
12.00h Lunch with Disability Kids and students
13.30h mixed training and tournament, led by the coaches of the participating Disability Teams
16.00h Award ceremony
19.00h Internal workshop of the trainers/builder ‘Best Practice – trainings with children/young people with special needs’
14 June 2018
In the morning Excursion to the Rotenflueh
13.00h Training units are combined with the theoretical workshop experiences implemented
16.00h Opening Ceremony WM-Russia – we start together into the WM
15 June, 2018
Inclusion event on the Bundesplatz in Bern
Under the following link you will find detailed information about our event -> Link to News ‘Inclusion Event on the Bundesplatz’.
16 June, 2018
Qualification and Disability Tournament at the HERTI Allmend in Zug
Follow the link for all details to our inclusive tournament day in and with Zug 94 -> Link to News ‘Qualification and Disability Tournament at HERTI Allmend in Zug’.