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The Impact Soccer Schools at Olympic Stadium

February 5, 2013 - Major League Soccer (MLS) Montreal Impact

MONTREAL - For a second consecutive year, the Montreal Impact Soccer Schools (SoSc) will organize a clinic at Olympic Stadium, on March 23, on the very same field where the Impact will face off against Thierry Henry and the New York Red Bulls just a few short hours later.

Only one session will be available for both boys and girls born between 1999 and 2007, from 11am to 12:30pm. Participants who register before February 24 will receive two tickets to the game versus the Red Bulls, as well as a T-shirt, a Montreal Impact ball and 10$ off the regular price of the event.

"Following the incredible success of last year's session on May 12, prior to the game against the LA Galaxy, it was an easy decision to bring back this event," said Impact soccer schools director Olivier Brett. "This experience will give youngsters the chance to play on the very same field as the pros within a special framework. They will have the chance to learn while living their passion in a pro experience."

Spring Break Camp The SoSc will also be organizing a weeklong camp with coaches and players from the Academy during spring break, March 4 to 8, from 9am until noon. For the first time, the camps will be offered at three locations in the greater metropolitan area: in Montreal-North, at the Marie-Victorin sports complex, in Laval, at the Complexe sportif Bois-de-Boulogne and in Brossard, at the Complexe sportif Bell.

Private practice with the pros By registering for one of these two events before February 13th, participants will see their names automatically entered in a draw where 10 lucky winners will be chosen to train with two Montreal Impact players next summer.

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