Bengaluru F.C., runner-up in the Indian super league, chooses Soccer’s Masia La Grava as their headquarters for their European tour
Soccer’s Masia La Grava, the sports centre dedicated to professional football managed by the Alonso Group in El Puig (Valencia), is hosting the European pre-season of Bengaluru FC during the month of August.
The’Blues'(the club’s nickname in India) who have finished the season as runners-up in the Indian Super League, have taken the city of Valencia as their base for their stay in Spain. During the first two weeks of August, in addition to having different training and physical preparation sessions scheduled, the team is playing a series of friendly matches against national and international teams.
Optimal facilities for professional football
The choice of Soccer’s Masia La Grava as the headquarters for Bengaluru FC’s summer preseason was no casual choice. The team, which in addition to its coach Carles Cuadrat, has several Spaniards in its ranks, knows well the characteristics of our country and have not doubted when it comes to betting on Valencia.
In addition to the excellent condition of the natural turf football pitches at Masia La Grava, there is also an unbeatable location for the logistics of the various friendly matches that allow the coaching staff to make the most of each day.
In this sense, the good atmosphere created during the training sessions is being one of the things best appreciated by the team, which has also received professional visits such as that of José Molina, sporting director of the Royal Spanish Football Federation, who has followed with interest one of the working days of the Indian team.
Friendly Matches Tour
During their stay in Spain, Bengaluru FC have already played a friendly match against Atletico Saguntino at Soccer’s Masia La Grava, followed by a match against Shabab Al Ahli Dubai FC of the UAE professional league in Alicante.
Over the next few days, the’Blues’ will face the subsidiary teams of two of our league’s biggest clubs, Villarreal CF and FC Barcelona.