What's It Like To Be A Youth Trainer for TFC???, News (Kitchener Soccer Club)

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What's It Like To Be A Youth Trainer for TFC???
Submitted By Danielle Byers on Friday, October 05, 2018
This past weekend, Lewis Jenson of Kitchener was able to have the AMAZING experience of being a Youth Trainer with Toronto FC after winning the Sport Chek Youth Trainer Contest we posted right here on our website!

Click Read More to read what his experience was like and to see photos!

Lewis and his family were welcomed and given a tour of BMO Field, including areas that typically only families and employees have access to. Following the tour, Lewis was met by Team Trainer, Sacha, and taken to the dressing room to meet the team! He got to dress in his official TFC warm up uniform (an Adidas jacket and pants), and join the team on the field for warm ups! Lewis got to practice some shooting, and learned some new drills from the team trainers. He was also allowed to kick all the balls into the net at the end of the warm up to gather the balls up. He loved it!  During the game, Lewis and his family sat in amazing seats, next to one of the team trainers, who continued to be positive and engaging to both Lewis and his brother, Simon. After the game, Lewis went back in to the dressing room to get some autographs from the team.  It was such a unique and amazing experience for the whole family!

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