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Under-13 trials: Crown are looking for kids to shine

Under-13 trials: Crown are looking for kids to shine

Phnom Penh Crown FC will be holding trials for players under 13 on Saturday morning at RSN Stadium in Tuol Kork from 8am.

This is the first in a series of trials the club will be holding over the next few weeks, in Phnom Penh and other locations around the country (Battambang, Siem Reap and other locations).

If your birth date is 2002 or 2003, bring your boots or training shoes and your birth certificate. Successful trialists will have the opportunity to develop and reach their potential at Crown’s professional football academy and be offered five year scholarships – including housing at the club’s residential academy, enrolment in a local international school and a football development program led by the best youth coaches in the country.

Crown already have more than 30 young players in their residential Academy with two teams at U17 and U15 levels, which is why they are seeking a new intake at U-13 level.


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