Join the best – Registration started in Kisela Voda Vardar!

Start training in the handball school of the 2-fold and current European champion Vardar! Registration started in Kisela Voda Vardar, which is Vardar's first handball school in Skopje established through the Vardar Handball Academy.

Since 2015, the Academy continuously invests in developing young handball players. It supports all 20 Vardar's handball units, i.e., handball schools primarily with sports equipment. Maybe the biggest contribution are the 2 projects – the tournament "One life, on love" and the Vardar Junior league, where kids during the whole school year play matches with their peers.
The two Vardar's pioneer selections (boys and girls) mainly include kids selected through the Vardar Junior League and the tournament. Several young handball players got a chance to train and play in Vardar Junior within the men's Super league, as well as in the first Vardar's women's team.
The training sessions in the handball school Kisela Voda Vardar will be held in the hall of the elementary school OOU Paternija Zografski, and they register kids born in 2008 and later. Training sessions will be held Tuesdays and Thursdays at 16:30 – 17:30, i.e., 18:30 – 19:30.
By registering, the kids will play handball matches during the 2019/20 season. The kids born in 2010 and later will play mini handball. The goal of this project is development and improvement of every child through playing matches, having fun, training, learning about fair play and team spirit.

The benefits of registering in Kisela Voda Vardar:
- regular training sessions
- sports equipment Hummel
- selection of best players
- hanging out with Vardar's handball players (men and women)
- free entrance for HC Vardar's matches in the SEHA League, the national championship and the cup
- 30% discount for the VARDAR FAN SHOP
- matches throughout the whole year

You could ask the coach Biljana Pecevska for more info regarding the 2019/20 season in the handball school Kisela Voda Vardar on: 078/345 - 687.


Tuesday, 17 September 2019 - 15:50

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