Ryan Giggs put his Welsh National Team squad through their paces at his old stomping ground, home to over 90 FORZA Football Goals…
Just up the road from Net World Sports HQ you’ll find the Racecourse, home of Wrexham AFC. Steeped in history, the Welsh team held an open training session at the ground in May 2018 and now they’re back to play their first game at the Racecourse in over a decade. A huge deal for North Wales and Wrexham, hundreds will be flocking to the region to watch the big game as Wales prepare for their opening Euro 2020 qualifier against Slovakia.
Wales’ brand-new National Football Development Centre, Colliers Park in Wrexham, which will be the team’s training ground for games in North Wales is due to open in Spring 2019. A state-of-the-art training facility, Colliers Park will have grass pitches, FIFA quality 3G pitches and support areas, including learning suites for those looking to get into coaching, refereeing, sports performance and medicine. So, with Ryan Giggs making a total of 963 appearances for Manchester United and coaching at the Premier League club under David Moyes and Louis van Gaal, he made a trip back up north with his Wales squad in tow to prepare for the impending game at Manchester United’s training ground instead.
We recently supplied over 90 FORZA Football Goals to Manchester United for use at the AON Training Complex in Carrington, including 16 of our full size FORZA Alu110 Freestanding Football Goals, eight 21 x 7 FORZA Alu110 Freestanding Football Goals and 68 of our FORZA POD Aluminium Folding Football Goals (you can read more about this here), so it was great to see the Wales team being put through their paces using our top-of-the-range equipment.
This is why we do what we do; to see our world class products being used by world class players, in world class facilities.
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