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It’s time to say goodbye to Flu Camp 2023. The event ended another successful edition with attractions that brought together parents and students this Saturday (01/28), in Laranjeiras. Closing the intense week of training on a high note, the tricolors played friendly matches that were broadcast on FluTV.
Honored by their families, the Sub-7, 9, 11 and 13 teams returned to the field at Estádio Presidente Manoel Schwartz to play the real thing and star in a morning full of goals. To the joy of his father Alex Sandro, João Santana, 13 years old, was able to crown the experience by swinging the nets.
“Unforgettable experience for a family of tricolors and in love with Fluminense like ours. We were thrilled to see the children interacting with the athletes, getting to know the structure of the club… It is very rewarding”, vibrated Alex Sandro.
“I think it’s a unique opportunity to spend a week at Fluminense, interacting with players and coaching staff. It was once again really cool”, guaranteed João.
Narrator Daniel Kaiser and commentator Sharon Prais were in charge of directing the exhibition of the clashes, while reporter Carla Matera, directly from the lawn of the birthplace of Brazilian football, interviewed the kids. Theo Franca, 11 years old, was one of the boys to live the experience.
“Me and my brother Bento, 9 years old, just did our first Flu Camp. It was a fun experience, which made us create new friendships and live days that will be forever marked in our memory”, he said.
The Fanfarra Festiva Tricolor crowd ended the program in a carnival atmosphere, enlivening the day with a presentation that lined up hymns from the stands. Afterwards, the approximately 160 children enrolled in the project received diplomas and participation medals from the idols Romerito and Ronald. All, of course, already looking forward to next year.
Photos: Marina Garcia/FFC