Foxtel today announced that applications are now open for the 2017 Foxtel All-Stars Tim Cahill Ambitions Tour, a search for young footballers who deserve a chance to follow their dreams.
24 lucky teenagers* (12 boys and 12 girls) will be selected and flown to Melbourne to take part in the Foxtel All-Stars Tim Cahill Ambitions Tour; an exclusive five day camp (15th – 20th January 2017) at Melbourne City Academy, Bundoora with Tim Cahill where they will experience the life of a professional footballer with intense coaching and mentoring from top industry experts.
From the 24 participants, 2 scholarships will be awarded with the winners receiving continued mentoring for the remainder of the year, a Foxtel subscription, paid football fees, and more exclusive football experiences.
Foxtel and Fox Sports are also proud to announce an extended partnership with Tim Cahill as a brand ambassador until 2020, with plans to further expand grassroots football activities around Australia.
"I'm really proud to be taking part in another Ambitions Tour with Foxtel. This is the third year that we have joined forces in creating a chance for kids to live the life of a professional footballer for a week and inspiring them to follow their dreams, whatever they may be” Tim Cahill said
“I'm also proud to be partnering with Foxtel and Fox Sports for another four years and for their continued support of my programs. Since 2012 our academies have delivered a free program to thousands of Australian kids which is something we are both very proud of.
Moving forward we're working on some amazing plans to further develop grassroots football in Australia."
Applications for the Ambitions Tour are now open and close on Friday 25th November 2016. For further information or to apply, visit www.foxtelallstars.com.au
*Participants must be aged 15 or 16 at the commencement of the Ambitions Tour on the 15th January 2017. Fox Sports, on Foxtel, is the home of the Hyundai A-League with every game live, ad break free during play and in HD.
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