Dinamo Zagreb, Litex Lovech and the Norwegian side, Valerenga, arrive at La Manga Club to begin their winter training
The football season continues at La Manga Club with the return of the Croatian side Dinamo Zagreb. Also, Litex Lovech, one of the biggest clubs in Bulgaria is visiting La Manga Club for the first time this year along with Valerenga, one the most distinguished Norwegian football teams.
La Manga Club, 25th January 2016. The winter football season continues at La Manga Club after the departure of the first teams that have been training at the Football Centre within this golf, sports and leisure resort in Murcia.
Belgian teams STVV, VFR Aalen and RSC Anderlecht along with the U16 and U17 German national teams and Würzburger Kickers have now departed from the resort to make way for the Norwegian teams to train. Over the last few days it has also been possible to see the Norwegian women's national team training on the pitches at La Manga Club, as well as Odd Grenland, Stromsgodset and several sets of referees from Norway and Scotland.
The Bulgarian team, Litex Lovech, arrived at La Manga Club on Saturday and has already had the opportunity to train on the grass pitches at the resort. However, today will be the turn of the Croatian team, Dinamo Zagreb. Later on this week it will be possible to see the Norwegian team, Vaalerenga, training on 29th January.
Litex Lovech, one of the leading clubs in Bulgaria
It is the first time that Litex Lovech has visited La Manga Club for their winter training. Litex Lovech is one of the largest clubs in Bulgarian football along with CSKA Sofia and Levski Sofia. They have won the league and the Bulgarian Cup four times.
During their stay at La Manga Club, these teams will participate in four friendly matches, including the Norwegian teams of Odd Grenland, Stromsgodset and Valerenga along with Dinamo Zagreb from Croatia. You can see all the friendly matches which are to be played in La Manga Club on our website and in our Events section on Facebook.
Dinamo Zagreb again place their trust firmly in the hands of La Manga Club
The Croatian team, Dinamo Zagreb, continue to place their trust in La Manga Club for their winter training football camp. Dinamo Zagreb is the country's largest club and currently occupies the top spot in their league. They are also the team with the most honours in their country.
Over the next few weeks, Dinamo Zagreb will play several friendly matches at the Football Centre within La Manga Club Golf Resort. You can check our website for all friendly matches to be held at La Manga Club over the next few days and also in the Events section on our Facebook page.
Vaalerenga, one of the leading clubs in Norway
Vaalerenga is another top-team which has returned to La Manga Club for their winter training. The Norwegian club will be staying until the end of January. Their visit to the resort has coincided with other great teams from Norway such as Odd Grenland and Stromsgodset.
This top team has also planned to play some friendly matches during their stay at the Sports and Golf Resort in Murcia. You can see a full list of the upcoming games on our website or in the Events section of our Facebook page.
International Football - Norway vs France
The Norwegian women's national team can also be found training at La Manga Club. The players have not only been training on the pitches at the Football Centre but have also had sessions in the gym and the indoor swimming pool at Spa La Manga Club.
The Norwegian women's national team is one of the leading teams in the world. Along with the United States women's national soccer team, they are the only club to have been crowned World Champions, Olympic Champions and champions of their confederation tournament.
The Norwegians will not be the only national side to be staying in La Manga Club over the next few days. The French National Team will also be spending a few days at the sports, leisure and golf resort in Murcia. This national side is also one of the best teams in the world and they will face Norway in a friendly match to be held at La Manga Club on Tuesday 26th January at 9pm.
Over the coming weeks, more than 80 European clubs and national teams will stay at La Manga Club and use the resort for their winter training. If 2015 finished as the best year in the history of football at La Manga Club, then 2016 will surely surpass it with an estimated 5000 international players training at the facilities within this sports resort.