Samsung-Chelsea FC Youth Football Camp Advocate Healthy Living

Samsung-Chelsea FC Youth Football Camp

Last week, Samsung Malaysia Electronics hosted the ‘Samsung-Chelsea FC Youth Football Camp’ for the 3rd time to reinforce the brand’s innate determination to advocate healthy living and an eco-friendly environment through sports and nutritious food.

Children from Rumah Sayangan are all excited to be part of the Samsung-Chelsea FC Youth Football Camp. Elaine Soh (front row, centre), Head of Corporate and Branding, 
Samsung Malaysia Electronics Sdn. Bhd. strikes a pose with the Chelsea youth 
coaches (front row, from left to right) Steven Leonard Shipp, Steven Allan Winnet, 
Jack Colin West and David Michael Stewart.

The ‘Samsung-Chelsea FC Youth Football Camp’ collaboration with the coaches of English Premier League powerhouse and three times title winners, Chelsea FC created an avenue for Samsung to youths and adults to adopt a healthy lifestyle through food and eating habits through a cooking demonstration hosted by celebrity chef Anis Nabilah. 

Celebrity Chef Anis Nabilah shared basic tips of healthy living through a balanced diet 
with the children from Rumah Sayangan

Chef Anis Nabilah showcase the features and functions of the Samsung OmniPro 
convection microwave oven

At the youth football camp, Samsung advocating the importance of caring for the environment through the showcase of the Samsung Eco Bubble washing machine, that save up to 70% in electricity consumption. Samsung wishes for a clean and safe environment that complements the youths’ healthy lifestyle.

 Samsung Eco Bubble washing machine saves up to 70% in electricity

This time around, four Chelsea youth coaches – Steven Allan Winnet, Jack Colin West, Steven Leonard Shipp and David Michael Stewart – were in town to train a total of 180 participants from 9 to 13 years old. The participants included youths from Rumah Sayangan, Little League Malaysia, and Kuala Lumpur Youth Soccer. Despite their diversified background, they shared a common passion for football.

   Chelsea youth coaches Steven Allan Winnet (front row) and David Michael Stewart (back row) sharing tips with the children during intervals at the Samsung-Chelsea FC Youth Football Camp

 From left: Steven Leonard Shipp, Steven Allan Winnet, Jack Colin West 
and David Michael Stewart

Samsung started its youth soccer programmes in 2007 since then more than 1,650 children from all around the world have experienced Chelsea Football Club’s way of soccer playing. The ‘Samsung-Chelsea FC Youth Football Camp’ is part of Samsung’s support for developing football at grass-roots and also part of their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programme.

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