UK football legends Andy Cole, Emile Heskey, Kevin Phillips & Stan Petrov in Sun Gardens Dubrovnik

Luxury Croatian resort Sun Gardens Dubrovnik has partnered with the UK’s Campioni Soccer Academy in bringing some of the biggest football legends - Andy Cole, Emile Heskey, Kevin Phillips & Stan Petrov – and liscensed UEFA coaches to run children football academy in 2020.

Dubrovnik, Croatia - February 14, 2020 /MarketersMedia/ —

Andy Cole, Emile Heskey, Kevin Phillips & Stan Petrov in Sun Gardens Dubrovnik with Campioni Soccer Academy

With a UEFA Euro theme for 2020, the UK’s Campioni Soccer Academy is bringing some of the biggest names in football to the best luxury family resorts in the Mediterranean. The legends, all of whom have played for their national team, along with UEFA licensed coaches who work and manage clubs and academies, are all committed to passing on their skills, tactics and experience to the next generation.

Croatia’s Sun Gardens Dubrovnik will proudly be hosting Manchester United FC’s legend Andy Cole July 13 - 17, Celtic’s midfielder Stan Petrov July 20 – 24, and Liverpool FC star Emile Heskey August 24 – 28, 2020. Additionally, former Premier League top scorer and the European Golden Shoe winner Kevin Phillips and current football manager Kevin Watson will be leading the May Half-term academy May 25-29.

‘When you see their confidence grow and see the children succeed at something you helped them achieve, it’s really rewarding,’ said Manchester United Legend Andy Cole.

The Campioni 5-day courses will develop children 6 to 15 year-olds of all abilities and will aid improvement in their technical skills, their game, their approach and decision making. Each session will have a different focus balanced out with small sided games to challenge the understanding of the topics. The week commences with a family welcome drinks reception where the legend footballer presents each child with a Campioni training kit, bag, water bottle and cap and concludes with a medal and certificate presentation.

Not forgetting the Campioni parents, there’s a chance to play alongside the professionals in a match and socialise during the warm summer evenings with the legends. Parents can also indulge by one of the three outdoor pools, relax at the awarded Spa or have a game of tennis at the Sports centre. A variety of restaurants and bars featuring local and international cuisine, retail shopping area, Marco Polo Kids Club and various Sports Academy programmes is also on offer. Superb range of indoor and outdoor activities at Sun Gardens Dubrovnik mean the whole family can spend some quality time together during the holiday.

To book this unforgettable Sun Gardens Dubrovnik experience, reserve your stay at or contact us directly at

About Sun Gardens Dubrovnik
Sun Gardens Dubrovnik, Croatia's premier five-star resort and a member of The Leading Hotels of the World, offers an exquisite choice of 201 modern hotel rooms and suites and 207 luxurious residences accommodation experiencing the unique charm of the Adriatic coast. Beachfront location of the resort, only 11 kilometres from the UNESCO Old Town of Dubrovnik, provides the perfect spot from which to explore and enjoy everything the region has to offer.

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