SPAIN Trip 2016

Arsenal Soccer School went with a group of students in August 2016 for Spanish Football Development Tour! They visited the iconic footballing cities of Barcelona and Madrid.

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UK TRIP 2016

In January 2016, Arsenal Soccer School organized a match day trip to visit the UK. This was the third time Arsenal Soccer School Oman was able to offer such a unique service.
The overall idea behind this trip was to offer the children the opportunity to visit the UK accompanied by our coaches. Additionally, they were given entrance to the Arsenal Vs Chelsea game. Following the amazing tour, the group went to London’s famous West End to sightsee, shop and experience the London Underground.

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UK TRIP, Oct 2015

In October 2015 Arsenal Soccer School organized a match day trip to visit the UK. This was the second time Arsenal Soccer School Oman was able to offer this opportunity for the students of the soccer school. The main attraction of the visit was the entrance to the Arsenal Vs Manchester United game. Also included in the package were entertainment, a tour of the stadium, and match day tickets (seated behind the goals), special players entrance, which allowed the children to see all the first team players coming off the bus.

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UK TRIP, April 2015

In April 2015 our coaches organized a match day trip to the UK. It was the first time that Arsenal Soccer School Oman had offered such a unique service. The objective of this trip was to offer our students the opportunity to visit the UK accompanied by our coaches and they were given entrance to the Arsenal vs Liverpool game.

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March 2015 saw a Under 14 team from Arsenal Soccer School travel to Singapore to take part in the International Soccer 7's Tournament. The Tournament lived up to all expectations with thousands of kids across all the age groups ( Boys & Girls ) from 14 different nations around the globe taking part. It was the end of it was a great journey for the ASSO team who finished 6th out of 20 teams.

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Arsenal Soccer School, Oman took a group of kids to UAE to compete against the students of Arsenal Soccer School, Dubai in the Seven Seas Sports Complex in Nov, 2014. In total 9 games were played in which the team won 5 and lost 4 matches.

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Arsenal Soccer School Oman welcomed the legendary ex Arsenal FC footballer Fredrik Ljunberg to Oman on Monday 21st April 2014. It was with great excitement and anticipation that we organized the schedule for his day, trying to involve as many of our loyal soccer school participants and also the local media.


On January 2014 Arsenal Soccer School Oman organized a 3v3 tournament, for the Under 12 age group, which was held in Bousher. 30 children participated and were randomly divided into 10 teams, who would all play in a mini two league format. The tournament was a huge success with everyone having played a role in making it so.

3 v 3 Tournament 2013

On February 1st 2013 Arsenal Soccer School Oman organized a 3v3 tournament, for the Under 12 age group at Wadi Kabir. 16 children participated and were randomly divided into 5 teams (1 team had four players), who would all play in a one league format. Each team was given an arsenal player's name to identify them with. As the games got underway it was obvious to both the coaches and the parents that the children thrived on the competitive nature of the tournament. Once each team had played their quota of 8 matches in was time for the knockout stages of the tournament. The top side would progress direct to the final, which left the other 4 teams to battle it out for the remaining place. There were 2 semi finals to be played and then a final before the winner would face Team Podolski. The tension and nerves were obvious to all, but surprisingly it was the parents and not the players who were displaying them! On the pitch there were nerves of steel and the level of football increased yet again with all teams striving to make it to the final.
The final was between Teams Podolski and Vermaelen. It was well fought out, with both teams dominating at different stages and it was inevitable that it would end in a sudden death penalty shoutout. Podolski held their nerves to clinch the win...however, goal of the tournament must go to Team Vermaelen with what was quite simply a goal scored the 'Arsenal Way'.The winners received certificates and an Arsenal bag as reward for their win.

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Summer Camp in UK 2012

15 boys from the Arsenal Soccer School Oman participated in a residential soccer camp in Bisham Abbey, UK from 8th to 14th July 2012. The group was made up mainly of Omani boys looking to visit the UK and taste some competitive 11-a-side football. Training sessions were carried out daily, on grass pitches and in rainy weather....all of which was unfamiliar to most of the group. However, they adapted well and seemed to really enjoy the conditions. Training had both technical and tactical aspects to it, and focussed on preparing the boys for the fixtures they would be playing during the week.
The first fixture day was against Arsenal Development. The games were split into 3. The first was a 3-1 defeat followed by a 1-0 defeat and then a 0-0 draw. James Warnock (Arsenal Coach) was extremely impressed with what he saw from ASSO saying "in terms of technical ability the Omani boys seem to far more advanced than would be expected from children who do not play competitive football and we would love to see this group back in the UK next year". The second set of fixtures was against Bridgetown FC (Chelsea Development). Despite a 2-1 defeat which did not fully represent what took place on the pitch, the captain of the ASSO team Qusaii felt proud of their performance saying 'we played well for a team that has not previously trained together and deserved more from the game'.
Outside of football there were also trips to visit the Emirates Stadium, Thorpe Park and Windsor Castle. These excursions allowed the children some time to get to know each other away from soccer and to see parts of London/UK that they may not normally see.

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Banks League 2012

Arsenal Soccer School Oman hosted Muscat's first Bank League from 13th February 2012. Initially 10 teams registered to participate in what was to become an extremely successful and competitive season. The banks and their representatives helped in the organization and growth of the league. Arsenal Soccer School held meetings with all the banks and formed a committee to oversee any disputes or problems that inevitably arise in a debut season.
The participants showed not only that they can play good football, but the level of respect towards one another and the referees was exceptional. The matches themselves, whilst competitive in nature, were played in the spirit of Fair Play. The quality of football on display was of a high standard throughout the league and this will encourage more teams to participate in September.The finals were held on 2nd July 2012 at Muscat Club, Wadi Kabir. Going into the final day, there were 2 teams bidding for the title. It was an exciting end to an incredible season, with Bank Muscat being crowned Champions. The awards are as follows:

  • Fair Play Award -­‐ Standard Chartered
  • Coach of the Year -­‐ Karim Al Balushi (Bank Sohar)
  • Top Goalscorer -­‐ Qaism Al Ajmi (Ahli Bank)
  • Player of the Tournament -­‐ Said Siabiy (HSBC)
  • Player of the Tournament -­‐ Mohsin Al Balushi
  • 3rd Place -­‐ Bank Sohar
  • 2nd Place -­‐ Ahli Bank
  • 1st Place -­‐ Bank Muscat
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Arsenal International Festival 2011

Arsenal Soccer School Oman entered a group of under 16 players into the Arsenal International Festival tournament in the United Kingdom for the first time from 23rd to 31st July 2011. The squad was made up from young players who have attended the school over the first year of football activities. The main goal of the tour is to provide the young players with a fantastic life experience playing in a competitive tournament against players from many parts of the world.
The matches took place at the Royal Holloway College, University of London in Surrey. Most of the international teams stay on campus at the College in the student accommodation and are free to mix at meal times and in the many activities organized by the tournament hosts. These include many fun activities such as football freestyle tricks and flicks, outdoor game challenges, fancy dress competitions to a 'Festivals got talent' style singing and dancing competition. All this adds to the friendly respectful atmosphere that the tournament delivers. The tour itself is so much more than a football tournament for the players involved. The trip included a visit to the Queen of the United Kingdom's residence in Windsor which is only a short distance from the tournament venue and a fun day at Thorpe leisure park where there are some of the bets thrill rides and roller coasters in the UK. To finish the week the squad attended the Emirates cup at the Emirates stadium to watch two world class matches in New York Red Bulls against Paris St Germain and Arsenal against Boca Juniors. This was a fantastic spectacle watching some of the best players in the world up close and live.

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Arsenal Soccer Schools International 3v3 'World Cup' Tournament 2011

On 8th April 2011 Arsenal Soccer School Oman held the 3 v 3 Regional finals at Muscat Club,Wadi Kabir to select the winners to compete in the World 3 v 3 finals at the Emirates Stadium, London. The lucky group who gained the opportunity to experience such an unforgettable trip were Qais Al Lawati, Gorkem Aris, Eli Brink and Logan Fisher. Each player on the trip was accompanied by one of their parents and our head coach Scott Marshall. The group departed on 19th May 2011 to London Heathrow.
The tournament was a fantastic experience for the boys and they appeared to really enjoy the chance to play on the fantastic pitch at the Emirates. Walking down the tunnel and out onto the pitch following in the footsteps of some of the best players in the world is a unique experience and a moment the boys will treasure for a long time. The matches were very competitive a very high standard of football was being played by all the teams. The boys coped very well in this competitive environment and scored some great goals after some very good football in the build up play.
Once all the other competitors had left, the Oman soccer school were treated to a Stadium tour from the International Soccer Schools coordinator Andrew Douglas. The entire group appeared to have thoroughly enjoyed the experience and will have some good pictures to bring back the memories in the years to come.

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EO Event 2011

Arsenal Soccer School Oman hosted their first corporate event on 17th March 2011 for the Entrepreneur's Organization. 15 entrepreneurs of top companies across Muscat had a fun-­‐filled evening with family and kids in Muscat Club, Wadi Kabir. Personalized invitation cards along with Arsenal Home Jerseys with the names and numbers of the participant, were given to the EO members prior to the event. The event started with a warm-­‐ up session in which the coaches acquainted them with basic skills, demonstration of Drills and Practices for Developing Footballers. This was followed by a Football Match in which all participated enthusiastically. Certificates were given out at the end of the event to all participants and prizes distributed for skills competition. Refreshments, DJ and Music, professional photographer covering the event, made it all an experience to remember for the EO members.

British Embassy Event 2011

The British Embassy in Muscat in co-­‐operation with Arsenal Soccer School invited 14 students from the Wilyate of Dhalkoot in Dhofar to participate in a 2 day football camp. This took place on 22-­‐23 January 2011. The programme included skill sessions, technique sessions such as passing, shooting, SAQ physical development as well as some small sided games.
The aim of the project is to reach out to students from a remote wilyate such as Dhalkoot. This football camp is a wonderful opportunity for these students from Dhalkoot and will take their football to the next level. As well as the football, the camp provides social interaction by introducing different people from different backgrounds to these students. It also develops leadership and teamwork skills on and off the field. Jon Goddard, Head of Press & Public Affairs at the British Embassy in Muscat said that the British Embassy is proud to be involved in such a project.


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