A total of 3 coaches and 2 assistant coaches will develop the young goalkeepers during the 4th Europe Summer Camp!
Every year it is very important for us to have experienced and good coaches in the camp with the goalkeepers.
Csaba Székely has been the head coach of the Europe Summer Camp goalkeepers since the first year.
He works a lot to get better every day, he's been on a lot of training and study trips abroad - and last season was the most successful for him in many ways, as for example he advanced to Division 1 / A as the coach of the U20 national team!
We write all this because we want to make the goalkeeper's camp better every year!
Frank Brazdil - last year we had the Czech specialist for the first time, who has been working as a goalkeeper in the American WSHL championship for 7 seasons now. He has worked in Texas and Springfield during his career and now works in San Diego - we meet him every summer in many goalkeeper camps, he is an experienced coach.
We talked to him a lot about Europe Summer Camp last year and it turned out that he was surprised because he saw few such well-organized camps like ours and he really liked the training morale of the young Hungarian goalkeepers and how much they like to study. It wasn't even a question last year that he would join as a coach again this year!
Dávid Duschek - an active goalkeeper who tasted coaching with Csaba Székely, because although he learned a lot in the net as a professional player for many years, teaching children is completely different from being a cheerleader.
We are very happy that Dusi will be a member of the coaching staff this year as well and can pass on his experience to many young goalies.
Ádám Beke - junior goalkeeper, who was already with us in the camp last year and helped the coaches in dry and ice training.
Slovak goalkeeper who plays in the Slovan Bratislava junior team and is a multiple Slovak national team player.
Bence Fekete - junior goalkeeper, who played in the Vasas junior team last season and will be with us at the Europe Summer Camp this year again, as they have been working with the head coach, Csaba Székely, for years, and it is also important that the helpers and the new coaches should also have a sense for the kids and Bence has it, so we chose him and are very happy that he is going to be part of the team again this year!
So the first coaching staff we introduced has changed almost nothing compared to last year’s lineup! Next week, we’ll be introducing the Powerskating coach, and one thing we can already tell you: he’ll be with us for the first time at the Europe Summer Camp!