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Who are the coaches?

Our coaches are UEFA Pro-qualified and form part of the Real Oviedo S.A.D. professional coaching structure. They make use of our own youth academy’s holiday period to travel and work at the different locations where Real Oviedo Academy carries out activities. The programmes are led by the Head of Real Oviedo’s International Area, who is the Overall Coordinator of the activity.

What do I need to take to the activity?

In your rucksack you will need: Football boots · Shinpads · Bottle for water · Food · Sunscreen · Full Real Oviedo Academy training kit.

How much does the programme cost?

The programmes do not have one uniform price, given that they are planned and developed specifically for each place. All information will always be made available upon request.

What time do I need to arrive for the first day of the camp?

You need to be at the training facilities 15 minutes before the activity is due to begin.

What is the policy with respect to insurance?

Participants must have their own medical insurance. Real Oviedo Academy offers civil liability insurance and a secondary medical insurance (which does not cover deductibles) after your insurance policy has been used. Participants are responsible for all costs of health care and medical treatment, except those items covered by the camps’ excess civil liability insurance policy. Having completed the claim form, an acknowledgement letter will be sent to inform the players of the specific secondary benefits they are entitled to.

What happens if the activity is cancelled for some reason?

Real Oviedo Academy activities may be subject to change or cancellation without prior warning, at any time and for any motive. Refunds will be sent within 45 days after the activity’s cancellation. In the event of the camp being cancelled, our responsibility is limited only to the full refund of the price of the camp, and we will not be responsible for any other cost. We will not refund the activity once it has begun, or if it is interrupted by factors outside of our control, such as, for example, adverse weather conditions, illnesses, epidemics, etc.

How are the teams formed?

We form working groups which are as homogenous as possible in all of our activities. They are organised by levels and attempts are made to group together people with similar ages where possible. This all happens after initial assessment tests have been carried out.

Can parents attend training sessions?

Due to Covid-19, parents wishing to attend training sessions must do so in accordance with the access protocols established by Real Oviedo Academy and the local authorities.

What happens in the event of bad weather?

We will always follow local protocols in the event of encountering adverse weather conditions. We will have a shelter area prepared in advance. In the event of conditions impeding the activity from taking place and the location not having covered facilities, we will ask families to collect their children.

Are discounts available?

Real Oviedo Academy offers discounts. Ask your city’s coordinator for further information.

Is accommodation available?

Real Oviedo Academy does not offer accommodation for these activities in 2021, but this option may be available in the coming years.

What does Real Oviedo Academy take responsibility for?

We take the responsibility for providing a high-level sports programme for all our activities. We are also in charge of selecting the individual prizes for each activity.

What does Real Oviedo Academy not take responsibility for?

We do not take responsibility for anything which does not occur inside the parameters of the sports programme. Real Oviedo S.A.D., Real Oviedo Academy, and the Real Oviedo Foundation are exempt from any other responsibility.



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