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Assistant coach badminton

Badminton club Onze Gezellen is looking for an enthusiastic group of approx. 15 starting and slightly advanced players aged 10 to 26 who can assist the trainers and replace them in their absence. The group trains on Friday evenings between 8:15 PM and 9:15 PM in Sporthal Onze Gezellen in Haarlem-Noord.

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Haarlem

Training & education

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Badminton club Onze Gezellen is looking for an enthusiastic group of approx. 15 starting and slightly advanced players aged 10 to 26 who can assist the trainers and replace them in their absence. The group trains on Friday evenings between 8:15 PM and 9:15 PM in Sporthal Onze Gezellen in Haarlem-Noord.

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Weekly from 1 to 2 hours

Friday

Location

Haarlem

Specifics

Suitable for people who speak little Dutch

Suitable for youth

Additional guidance possible

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For whom

Children & youth

Impact area

Sports & exercise

Category

Training & education
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