Adding efforts to promote and expand sports in its different disciplines, the Managua Mayor's Office through the Sports Directorate, opened this Tuesday, January 31, soccer classes at the Héroes y Mártires de Batahola Sports Complex in District II From the capital.
This start of the training was attended by the Secretary of the Managua Council, Compañera Jennifer Porras López, who shared that the classes are taught from Monday to Friday, from 2:00 to 6:00 in the afternoon and children of ages from 6 to 17 years.
"Starting our 35 academies, we want to invite the parents of families that have not integrated their children in any of the sports disciplines, that we have the opportunity this week to come, we will be receiving the children for the practice of football for free," said Porras.
Classes at this academy will be taught by experts in the field of this sport such as Danny "La Pantera" Téllez, a goalkeeper with a great career, as well as the coach of the First Division Futsal team, Olmer Briones, among others.
For the boy David Reyes, the academy allows him to develop his skills in this sport, "I have learned that soccer gives us good experience, my goal is to be a professional player and travel to other countries."
This year 2023 the four municipal academies Conchita Palacios, Héroes y Mártires de Batahola, Hugo Chávez and Luis Alfonso Velásquez, open their doors to more than 400 children who will practice this sport.