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EU TeqGames in Rotterdam, by Feyenoord

On May 2, 2024, the Feyenoord Sports Plaza in Rotterdam came alive with the sounds of excited children and enthusiastic coaches as Feyenoord hosted their TeqGames Open Day. The event attracted up to 130 young participants, predominantly boys, with 85% male and 15% female children aged between 6 and 12 years.

The day was filled with energy and joy as the children gathered to explore the world of Teq sports. While it was unfortunate that no disabled children participated this time, the event nonetheless provided a fantastic opportunity for those who attended to engage in physical activity, learn new skills, and have fun in a supportive environment.

Feyenoord’s certified coaches kicked off the event by welcoming the children and outlining the day’s activities. They emphasized the importance of sportsmanship, teamwork, and having fun. The children were then divided into groups and rotated through various stations, each focusing on different Teq sports, with a particular emphasis on Teqball.

Throughout the day, the young participants were taught the basic rules and techniques of Teqball, a sport that merges elements of soccer and table tennis. The coaches demonstrated various skills, from serving to volleying, and provided hands-on guidance to ensure that every child could participate and enjoy the game. The interactive and engaging approach helped the children quickly pick up the new sport, leading to many smiles and moments of triumph.

To keep everyone refreshed and energized, fruit and water were provided to all participants and coaches. This healthy snack option not only helped maintain the children’s energy levels but also underscored the importance of proper nutrition in sports. The coaches set a great example by staying hydrated and enjoying the fruit alongside the children.

The Feyenoord TeqGames Open Day was a resounding success, fostering a love for Teq sports among the young attendees and highlighting the benefits of physical activity and healthy living. The event also strengthened the sense of community at the Feyenoord Sports Plaza, bringing together children, parents, and coaches in a celebration of sport and camaraderie.

As we look forward to future events, Feyenoord remains committed to promoting inclusive and enjoyable sporting opportunities for all children. We hope to see even more diverse participation in the next TeqGames Open Day, including children of all abilities.

Stay connected with us for more updates and join us in celebrating the continued growth and excitement of Teq sports in Rotterdam!

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