Verona, retreat kicks off July 3 in San Martino di Castrozza

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The partnership between Hellas Verona and Trentino continues, which will sanction the start of the new season.

The now well-established partnership between Hellas Verona FC and Trentino continues and will officially sanction the start of the new season, 2022/23, the fourth consecutive Serie A season for the Gialloblù club. In fact, for the fifth summer in the last six, the second in a row, Primiero San Martino di Castrozza will be Verona’s Official Summer Retreat, the organization of which will be, as always, taken care of by the APT of San Martino di Castrozza, under the aegis of Trentino Marketing and with the support of another reliable partner of Hellas Verona, namely Dolomiti Sport Event, a South Tyrol-based company specializing in the organization of retreats for national and international soccer teams.

Verona’s summer preparation under the Pale Mountains of San Martino di Castrozza will be held from Sunday, July 3 to Sunday, July 17, a period during which the Gialloblù will stay at Hotel Luis in Fiera di Primiero and train at the Intercommunal Sports Center in Mezzano, just a few minutes from the hotel. The setting will be the exceptional one of the Trentino resort, which in the meantime has also joined the European Alpine Pearls circuit for its concrete commitment to environmental sustainability.

During the two weeks, captain Veloso and his teammates will undergo daily training sessions, in most cases double (morning and afternoon), at the aforementioned Mezzano sports center. The Gialloblù will also play three friendly matches, all organized by Dolomiti Sport Event. Dates, times and opponents of the three test-matches of the Gialloblù will be defined and communicated as soon as possible, as well as all other organizational details, for the benefit of the Gialloblù fans as well.

On the market front, at the beginning of the weeks President Setti is ready to collect 50 million from the disposals of Ilic, Simeone and Barak: the latter’s future will be in England.

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