Sport-locker.net have something for Spurs fans today (or anyone who wants to play at White Hart Lane)…
From the thrill of scoring a match-winning goal to the roar of the capacity crowd that greets it, one thing unites millions of people across the UK – the dream of playing football at the highest level.
Now, Under Armour and Tottenham Hotspur Football Club are giving some of the most dedicated young footballers in the country the opportunity to train like a professional player and showcase their commitment on the pitch at White Hart Lane.
From today, male footballers aged 17-20 years old that are devoted to the game are able to apply via http://www.facebook.com/UnderArmourUK for a chance to be selected for this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
A total of 32 players will be selected to team up with Tottenham Hotspur Club Captain Michael Dawson and United States goalkeeper Brad Friedel in an intensive training session later this month at Tottenham Hotspur’s state-of-the-art North London training centre, for whom Under Armour is The Official Technical Partner.
Those players selected for the training session will be watched over by Spurs’ coaching team as they look to earn the chance to represent either ‘Team Dawson’ or ‘Team Friedel’ on Tuesday 13th May in a match at White Hart Lane. Played over a full 90 minutes, this match day experience will show young players what it feels like to compete for a top-flight side.
“This Under Armour competition reflects Under Armour’s dedication to make all athletes better, and is a fantastic opportunity for dedicated footballers across the country to earn the right to compete in an authentic top flight environment by showcasing their commitment to training and improving themselves, no matter which team they support.” said Under Armour athlete and Tottenham Hotspur Club Captain, Michael Dawson.
To participate in this opportunity, submit your entry via www.facebook.com/UnderArmourUK. Submissions will be accepted until 22nd April, 2014.
Be sure to join Under Armour UK (@UnderArmourUK) in the ‘Match Day. Every Day’ conversation on Twitter, using hashtag: #MatchDayEveryDay