Adrien Silva, Benjamin Lecomte and Ruben Aguilar visited the children at the Prince Albert II Recreation Center recently. Accompanied by Bouba, the mascot of AS Monaco, they shared a superb moment of conviviality with the children and the supervising staff.
As part of the “Esprit Sport” initiative, the result of the partnership between AS Monacœur and Éducation Nationale, and after the many visits of red and white players to Monegasque schools in recent years, it is therefore at the Prince Albert II Recereation Center, located in La Turbie, that three Monegasque players met with children after their morning training.
Under a radiant sun and in a good mood, the children were welcomed to the sound of “Baby Shark”. The children’s song, which has accumulated more than 3 billion views on the web and for which the children had prepared a choreography especially for the occasion, started the afternoon in a very beautiful way. Four workshops were then set up to facilitate the meeting and allow children aged 5 to 11 to play and interact with each of the players present.
A nice collaboration
Since its creation, AS Monacœur has been built around these always special encounters, during which the club’s benevolence takes precedence, to give the children unforgettable moments. Once again the faces of the latter have particularly affected the players. Adrien Silva, Benjamin Lecomte and Ruben Aguilar were all the more receptive as they are each fathers, which was felt in the beautiful collaboration that was in effect with their small hosts in this friendly dynamic.
Before leaving, the players gifted a ball signed by the whole team and also received a present from the children, who will be present with their parents next Sunday to support AS Monaco against Rennes. AS Monacœur is working on all fronts; do not forget that this match is dedicated to Octobre Rose, in partnership with Pink Ribbon Monaco.