VfB Stuttgart heading for SA

2014-01-03 09:07
VfB Stuttgart coach Thomas Schneider (AFP)
Cape Town - German Bundesliga club VfB Stuttgart is heading to Cape Town to prepare for the second part of the German season, the club announced via their official website.

They will arrive in Cape Town on Tuesday for a nine-day long training camp.

Having spent the last three winter training camp periods in Turkey, the club opted to train in South Africa for the first time, where they will stay until January 16th.

During their stay, VfB will play three friendly games - against SuperSport United (January 9th), Dutch club PEC Zwolle (January 11th) and Ajax Cape Town (January 14th).

The venues for the games are yet to be announced.

VfB Stuttgart, who are currently 10th on the Bundesliga standings, will resume their league campaign against FSV Mainz on January 25.

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