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QPR Tiger Cubs showcase skills in Basel with The Football Club Social Alliance …

QPR’S Tiger Cubs have returned home after spending a fun-filled few days at the latest Special Youth Camp in Switzerland. 

Eight members of the R’s Down's Syndrome side travelled to Basel, where they joined fellow Football Club Social Alliance members FC Basel 1893, SV Werder Bremen, Bayer 04 Leverkusen and guest club Sunderland for a football training camp specifically adapted to their needs. 
During their stay, the Tiger Cubs enjoyed various training sessions organised by ‘Young Coach Tandems’. For the tandems, the camp marked the end of their Young Coach education, while, for the participants, the camp was an opportunity to travel abroad and spend a week full of football and excitement. 
After the camp, the tandems will assist and coach in their football groups. 
Off the pitch, the youngsters also enjoyed climbing sessions in a climbing forest before testing their skills in the sand playing beach football. 
“We’ve had a great couple of days in Basel,” Conor McBrearty, Disability Projects Manager for QPR in the Community Trust, told www.qpr.co.uk. 
“The camp offers a great opportunity to our Tiger Cubs. They can play football and of course socialise outside their regular activities.” 
Visit www.football-alliance.org for more information on the Football Club Social Alliance.


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