International Camp at Worcester

The Worcester-Valencia Basket Club International Camp is back with the celebration of its 7th edition. From August 18 to 25 the young participants aged 11 to 18 will have a perfect summer opportunity to join basketball and English in the best possible way at the University of Worcester in the United Kingdom. A total of 7 days full of fun with activities beyond the court and the classroom. 


L'Alqueria del Basket

Carrer del Bomber Ramon Duart, s/n
46013 València

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96 121 55 43

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Start of Camp: August 18, 2024

End of Camp: August 25, 2024

Cost: €1,350*. As of March 31, this price will be increased.

Reservation: €550

The number of places is limited and will be covered by strict order of registration.

*This price includes shifts, direct flights from Valencia, accommodation and full board, reversible clothes, a short sleeve t-shirt and a Valencia Basket sweatshirt, excursion and transfers in the United Kingdom.

Online registration is now available through this link. The e-mail address is at the disposal of anyone interested in the activity.

The Camp will focus on learning basketball in the Anglo-Saxon city, internationalizing the more than 30 years of experience of Valencia Basket in the organization of Camp. It will also have the participation of young English and other nationalities, which will allow a unique experience for all participants.

The daily program of activities runs from 9:00 am to 9:00 pm, and includes the practice of basketball in English language, in areas such as fundamentals, routines, individual work and competition without forgetting the fun. The youngsters will be grouped according to age and level in order to facilitate competition.

Participants will have the opportunity to experience a cultural activity to confirm, in an organized excursion, as well as Lakeside, with outdoor multi-adventure activities, as part of the English culture immersion program.

The University of Worcester Arena, where the training sessions will take place, is an iconic 2,000-seat hall with three basketball courts, all the possible facilities for on-court learning and excellent changing rooms. The pavilion was the base training venue for the British men's and women's national team ahead of Eurobasket 2015. It is also home to the British men's and women's wheelchair teams, as well as being the venue for the 2015 European Wheelchair Championships. It also has two additional basketball courts with fitness equipment at the University's St John's Sport Center.

The University of Worcester facilities are within a large campus offering large, secure landscaped grounds. Each floor of the residence consists of 6 spacious rooms, with comfortable and convenient common areas. The campus is located close to the city center and has areas perfect for sightseeing and shopping (supervised).

The city of Worcester is a beautiful 12th century town with its own cathedral. Its location allows easy access to the cities of Birmingham, Warwick, Stratford-Xpon-Avon, Cardiff and London. It is situated on the River Severn in a rural county surrounded by beautiful scenery and views including the Malvern Hills.

Two of the top basketball clubs in the UK and Spain have joined forces to develop a unique summer experience for the most talented and promising young players. The technical team of the campus will be composed of members of the coaching staff and players of the Worcester Wolves Senior team and the sports coordination of Valencia Basket coaches.

Born in 2000, Worcester Wolves is one of the most respected basketball clubs in the British Basketball League. The club has earned a national reputation for excellence on and off the court. The Wolves play at the iconic University of Worcester Arena, and have consistently finished in the top 4 teams in the country. In 2014, they achieved their biggest challenge by winning the BBL national title. 

The club has a development program for men's, women's, training and wheelchair teams. In partnership with the University of Worcester, the club has partnered with international sporting initiatives on player development and research, which includes the MSc in European Basketball, the European Basketball Research Centre and soon to be home to the National Basketball Heritage and Study Centre.

The e-mail address is available to anyone interested in the activity.

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