Staff Reporters
Aug 7, 2014

Allianz and FC Bayern München host Bali football camp for teens

More than 30 teenagers from six Asian countries got the chance to train with the former Head of FC Bayern München Youth Academy during the second annual Allianz Junior Football Camp Asia, which took place in Bali from 1 to 4 August. Six of the 12- to 14-year-old participants will go on to participate in the annual global Allianz Junior Football Camp in Munich in August, which includes attending the opening match of the Bundesliga. Allianz is 'Platinum Partner' of FC Bayern München as well as the holder of the naming rights to the side's home stadium, Allianz Arena.

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