2007 BCN Formal Presentation

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Paul Marc Oliu President E3 Sports andamp; Travel, LLC Paul.Oliu@E3-Sports.com www.E3-Sports.com

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The 'Dream' Camp Overview Camp Staff ‘Concentration’ FC Barcelona Training Tentative Itinerary FAQ’s Qandamp;A AGENDA

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THE BARCELONA SUMMER TRAINING CAMP The Barcelona Summer Training Camp is a 12 day, intensive soccer camp that exposes the player to the most competitive soccer experience possible, immersed in the regional culture of Catalonia, Spain. 12 days of training in the beautiful mountain village of Cantonigros. Six training sessions in Barcelona, the cultural center of the Mediterranean. Train at the facilities of FC Barcelona. Participation in a local tournament featuring area teams. Professionally designed training schedule. FC Barcelona and LSTS coaching staff will conduct all training. Scheduled site seeing opportunities throughout the camp.

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- CAMP STAFF -

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– Camp Director – President of E3 Sports, a provider of premier soccer events. FC Barcelona Youth Player, 1981-1982 Four year Varsity player, Mount Union College 1986-1990. Goalkeeper, Penn/Jersey Spirit, 1991 Goalkeeper, Canton Invaders, NPSL, 1995-1996 Author of over 300 hundred articles and columns for the Soccer Journal, www.MLSnet.com, www.internetsoccer.com, and www.ESPN.com . Former Assistant/Goalkeeper Coach, Princeton University Former Head Coach, Princeton Union ‘89 Spent seven years living in Barcelona.

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– Coaching Staff – TBA Jorge Roman, President, Director of Coaching, Training, and Player Development, LSTS FC 2007 NSCAA Youth Coach of the Year

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TRAINING HEADQUARTERS ‘CONCENTRATION’

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TRAINING HEADQUARTERS We will spend eleven days and 12 nights training in a small mountain village called Cantonigros, about two hours north of Barcelona.

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Training Site in Cantonigros TRAINING HEADQUARTERS

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TRAINING HEADQUARTERS

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TRAINING HEADQUARTERS

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During our stay, we will be staying in a local hostel. All meals are included. WWW.CABRERESHOSTAL.COM TRAINING HEADQUARTERS

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- FC BARCELONA TRAINING - BARCELONA

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Training will take place at the FC Barcelona training facilities. Coaching sessions will be conducted by LSTS. Six sessions will be conducted by FC Barcelona coaching staff. Organized site seeing, including tour of the FC Barcelona facilities and museum. Access to on-site medical facilities, honored in 2005 as the best club medical facility in Europe. On-site security and supervision. FC BARCELONA TRAINING

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TRAINING FIELDS

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FC BARCELONA TRAINING

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The Barcelona Summer Training Camp includes – Round trip flight from Newark to Barcelona. Ground transportation may be provided from a location in New Jersey to and from the airport. All lodging and transportation while in Spain. Complete FCB training gear to be worn during camp (Includes two (2) training shirts and two (2) pairs of shorts) Two sets of training gear to be worn during non-FCB training sessions (Includes two (2) training shirts and two (2) pairs of shorts) Six coaching sessions conducted by FC Barcelona staff members. Fully supervised and monitored travel and site seeing. General camp Insurance.

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TENTATIVE ITINERARY 27 June-9 July 2007 27 June 2007 - Depart Newark Airport on a direct flight to El Prat Airport, Barcelona, Spain 28 June 2007 - A.M. Arrival in Barcelona and board charter bus for Cantonigros. Afternoon guidelines and information meeting. 29-30 June, 1 July 2007 - A.M. training session. P.M. training session. 2 July 2007 - Trip to Barcelona Two Sessions Tour of FCB Facilities 3 July 2007 - A.M. training session. P.M. training session. 4 July 2007 - Trip to Barcelona Two Sessions City tour 5 July 2007 - A.M. Training Session. P.M. Training Session. 6 July 2007 - Trip to Barcelona Two Sessions 7-8 July 2007 - Tournament 9 July 2007       - Depart El Prat Airport on a direct flight for Newark Airport.

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TENTATIVE ITINERARY 25 July-6 August 2007 25 July 2007 - Depart Newark Airport on a direct flight to El Prat Airport, Barcelona, Spain 26 July 2007 - A.M. Arrival in Barcelona and board charter bus for Cantonigros. Afternoon guidelines and information meeting. 27 July 2007 - A.M. training session. P.M. training session. 28-29 July 2007 - Tournament 30 July 2007 - Trip to Barcelona Two Sessions Tour of FCB Facilities 31 July 2007 - A.M. training session. P.M. training session. 1 August 2007 - Trip to Barcelona Two Sessions City tour 2 August 2007 - A.M. Training Session. P.M. Training Session. 3 August 2007 - Trip to Barcelona Two Sessions 4-5 August 2007 - A.M. Training Session. P.M. Training Session. 6 August 2007       - Depart El Prat Airport on a direct flight for Newark Airport.

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FAQ’s – Will camper’s need a passport? Yes. All travel outside of the United States requires a passport. It is also highly recommended that you bring a second form of picture id. Camper to Coach Ratio: 15:1 camper to coach ratio. During the stage in Barcelona, we will have additional coaches from FC Barcelona’s youth academy, the FCB Escola conducting training sessions. 8:1 camper to chaperone ratio. Will camper’s need an updated physical and/or medical release? For insurance purposes we will require a signed medical release form and a parental release form. How will Injuries/Medical Emergencies be handled? All injuries and medical emergencies will be handled by local medical and emergency services. How much money should a camper bring? Enough for some meal money and to cover any incidentals that may be incurred. Can parents come and participate? Yes. Parents are welcome to chaperone. Background checks will be performed on all candidates.

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- For more information - visit www.LSTSFC.org Or www.E3-Sports.com For questions, contact Paul Oliu at 609.203.3959 Or via email at Paul.Oliu@E3-Sports.com

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