RC Celta de Vigo Tryouts
Real Club Celta de Vigo, commonly known as Celta, is a Spanish professional football club based in Vigo, Galicia Spain. The club competes in La Liga, the top tier of Spanish football.
RC Celta de Vigo Youth Development System
Celta de Vigo B
Real Club Celta de Vigo, S.A.D. “B” is a Spanish football team based in Vigo, Pontevedra, in the autonomous community of Galicia. Founded in 1927, it is the reserve team of the Celta de Vigo and currently plays in the Segunda División B – Group 1, holding home games at Municipal de Barreiro, with a 4,500-seat capacity.
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RC Celta de Vigo Academy Teams
Celta de Vigo lower academy teams are compromised of 10 teams, which include Under-19 A, Under-19 B, Under-16 A, Under-16 B, Under-14 A, Under-14 B, Under-12 A, Under-12 B, Under-10 A, and Under-10 B.
RC Celta de Vigo ACADEMY
Train with RC Celta and its Foundation. Our philosophy and methodology have succeeded in making us one of the most renowned youth teams in European football. You can become part of it, whether you are a young player with a desire to improve or a coach who wants to maximize his leadership.
RC Celta de Vigo STAFF TRAINING
The Celta Foundation has the best professionals, experts from A Canteira: trainers, physical trainers, physical therapists, etc., who are also trainers in their different areas. This human capital is essential to transfer our work methodology to other technicians who want to improve their knowledge and apply the same work idea as we do, based on comprehensive training for our young people and not only on football performance.
We offer specific theoretical and practical training, divided in content by specialized areas aimed at coaches and instructors who seek to reach their potential and meet their objectives. Moreover, we adapt to the needs of each interested group, adapting all content to require that they meet the required requirements.
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RC Celta de Vigo INDIVIDUAL TRAINING PROGRAMS
We are aware of the responsibility that A Canteira technical staff have as coaches and trainers. Our Methodology Department offers the possibility of customizing individualized training programs so that you can reach your maximum potential. The possibility of having the best professionals in the area of talent development is a great opportunity to meet your goals.
The flexibility of these programs is maximum, adapting all the contents to ensure that they meet the requirements that athletes request of us, with alternatives for accommodation so that the program is as productive as possible.
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RC Celta de Vigo INTERNATIONAL FOOTBALL SCHOOLS
The youth ranks of the Celta Foundation are in continuous expansion through the Campus and International Schools located at strategic points on the world map, where there is an exponential growth in sports culture, specifically in the football scene.
If you want to learn from the best coaches, there are no borders for us, we can train with you wherever you want.
RC Celta de Vigo International schools include:
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RC Celta de Vigo DOMESTIC FOOTBALL SCHOOLS
The Football Schools of the Celta Foundation will begin their activity in October (although inscriptions will be open all year) at two venues:
- A Madroa Sports City. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and/or Thursday, from 17:45h yo 18:45h.
- Campo Federativo de Coia. Tuesday and/or Thursday, from 18:00h to 19:15h.
With 24 years of experience in training football players, our football schools are designed to improve the technical and conditional skills of boys and girls between the ages of 4 and 16.
This ambitious project aims to be a benchmark in the training of football players and was designed to offer preparation of the highest level adapted to the different needs of young football players. It is taught by the best coaches from the Real Club Celta canteira, our academy.
All the necessary protocols will be activated according to the indications of the health authorities to guarantee the safety and well-being of the participants, boys and girls between 4 and 16 years old who will be able to enjoy recreational sports days in small groups outdoors based on the values of team sport.
RC Celta de Vigo SUMMER CAMPS
The Celta Foundation has a long experience organizing football campuses, either for sport clubs, companies or groups in general. Our staff is prepared to carry out these activities, either in our facilities or elsewhere, as they have been working for years with their schools, both in Spain and around the world. If you want to learn from the best trainers, our campuses are what you are looking for, as we offer a training service similar to the one carried out during the season in A Canteira (RC Celta’s Youth Academy).
The objective is to develop the individual and collective capacities of football through RC Celta’s methodology, using as a tool ‘SICO’ (Spanish acronym for Individual and Collective Optimization System), our own training system and format.
The objective of SICO is to promote the players’ capacities through small groups, a high number of repetitions and constant contact with the ball. The focus is on technical and coordination work and/or movement optimization.
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RC Celta de Vigo CLINICS
The Celta Foundation has a long experience organizing football campuses, either for sport clubs, companies or groups in general. Our staff is prepared to carry out these activities, either in our facilities or elsewhere, as they have been working for years with their schools, both in Spain and around the world. If you want to learn from the best trainers, our Easter and Christmas Clinics are what you are looking for, as we offer a training service similar to the one carried out during the season in A Canteira (RC Celta’s Youth Academy).
Moreover, we promote healthy lifestyle habits and the values inherent in sport, especially those linked to RC Celta.
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RC Celta de Vigo History
The name of the club comes from the ancient people known as the Celts, who inhabited this area in the past. Its primary adversary is another club from Galicia, Deportivo La Corua, with which it competes head-to-head in the Galician derby. Celta has never been able to win either the league title or the Copa del Rey, despite making it all the way to the final three times in the latter competition.
In the 2002–03 season, the club achieved their best-ever performance, which was fourth place. As a result, they qualified for the UEFA Champions League in the 2003–04 season, although they were ousted by Arsenal in the round of 16. Celta made it all the way to the semifinals of the UEFA Europa League for the first time in the 2016–17 season, however they were ultimately eliminated by Manchester United.
The Estadio Municipal de Balados in Vigo, Spain, is a stadium that only has seating for spectators and is known as Abanca-Balados due to sponsorship reasons.
The stadium, which serves as the home turf for Celta Vigo and has a capacity of 29,000 people, is named after the club.
The club badge, like the badges of many other Galician clubs such as Compostela and Racing Ferrol, is based on the cross of Saint James, which is a red cross. A light blue shield bearing two capital Cs rests atop the cross in its uppermost position (Club Celta).
Celta was one of several Spanish football clubs that were granted patronage by the Spanish monarch in 1923. As a result of this, the clubs were given the right to use Real (Royal) in their titles and the royal crown on their badges.
Celta was one of these clubs. In recognition of the fact that Alfonso XIII had bestowed this privilege to Celta, the club was rechristened as Real Club Celta de Vigo shortly thereafter. The term “Real” was removed from the club’s name and the crown of King Felipe VI was removed from the club emblem during the Second Spanish Republic (1931–1936); however, all of these elements were reinstated during the reign of the Spanish State.
Manuel Carlos Mourio Atanes is a Spanish-Mexican businessman and the president of the Spanish football team Celta de Vigo. He was born on March 4, 1943 in Vigo, Spain, and is the president of the club. He is the father of the late Juan Camilo Mourio, who served as Mexico’s Secretary of the Interior before his untimely passing.