Jan 29

Trampoline Games For Kids in alcobendas

After find the best trampoline reviews & guides 2016 for your kids.Even though kids love to bounce all the time in trampolines, they might just get bored at times after long hours..Kids always look for new things and once they are getting bored of bouncing over trampolines, they might not climb on it again. For making them use trampolines more without getting bored of it, you can take help of certain games which can be played on a trampoline. This will be really interesting and kids will be looking forward to play games on a trampoline more and more.Let us take a look at a few of the most interesting games that can be played on trampolines.

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  • Ring Around The Rosy – Well, who hasn’t played this game in their childhood? Even now this game is really popular among kids and they just love it. How about playing this on top of a trampoline? Kids will hold each other’s hand and go round and round and then fall on the trampoline causing them to bounce a little. It will be more fun for sure. There will be no injuries due to falling down on hard ground too.
  • Dodge ball – A version of dodge ball customized for playing on trampoline can be used for making trampoline experience more interesting. Here, a player may toss a plastic ball to the center of the trampoline. The ball will bounce more since it hit center region. Soon all the players jump over the trampoline together and make the ball bounce higher. If any player is hit by the ball while it is bouncing, then he will be out. The winner will be the last player remaining on the trampoline who escapes from the bouncing ball.

These trampoline games should be played only under strict adult supervision because chances for accidents to occur if kids are playing unattended.

Jan 26

Executive Committee

Executive Committee

PRESIDENT

  • MS. MILAGROS DÍAZ DÍAZ, manager of the Municipal Board of Sports of Alcobendas City Council.

MEMBERS

  • MR. JESÚS CORDERO COBO, president of the Madrid Skating Federation
  • MR.XAVIER MOYANO VIJUESCA, manager of the RFEP, on behalf of the RFEP
  • MS. MARÍA ANGELS MONTULL CREMADES, general sub-director of Federated Sport of the CAM
  • MS. TERESA ALONSO MAJARAGRANZAS, director of Communication of Alcobendas City Council
  • MR. JULIO SERRANO RUANO, technical coordinator of the PMD
  • MS. ASUNCIÓN CABELLO CASTILLO, coordinator of maintenance of the PMD
  • MS. ROSA PÉREZ MARTÍN, coordinator of facilities of the PMD
  • MR. PABLO GASQUE CELMA, coordinator of the Sports Medicine Service of the PMD
  • MR. ANTONIO PRIETO RODRÍGUEZ, manager of Programming and Competitions PMD
  • MR. ISIDRO LAPUENTE ÁLVAREZ, quality manager of the PMD
  • MR. JOSÉ GARCÍA GARCÍA, manager of Associations and Events of the PMD
  • MS. ESTHER GARCÍA PARDO, manager of the Members’ Office of the PMD
  • MS. PAZ GRANADOS, manager of the Madrid Skating Federation
  • MR. JOSÉ VARELA, president of the Club Patín Alcobendas
  • MS. MARÍA LUISA PALOMO, manager of the Club Patín Alcobendas

Jan 26

History

The history of women’s rink hockey has not been told in full. The International Hockey Association has carried out an investigation to compile information on this discipline and its evolution all over the world, from its origins in England at the end of the 19th century to the current world championships, along with its background in Spain, where the first women’s teams begin to appear at the end of the eighties in the 20th century.

Jan 25

Organizing Committee

Organizing Committee

PRESIDENT

  • MR. CARMELO PANIAGUA MANSO, president of the Royal Spanish Skating Federation

MEMBERS

  • MS. CARLOTA CASTREJANA FERNÁNDEZ , general director for Sports of the Community of Madrid
  • MR. PABLO SALAZAR, councillor for Sports of Alcobendas City Council
  • MR. ÁNGEL LUIS LÓPEZ DE LA FUENTE, sub-director for Top Competition of the Higher Sports Council
  • MR. JESÚS CORDERO COBO, president of the Madrid Skating Federation
  • MS. MILAGROS DÍAZ, manager of the Municipal Board of Sports of Alcobendas City Council
  • MR. XAVIER MOYANO VIJUESCA, manager of the Royal Spanish Skating Federation

Jan 24

Committee of Honour

Committee of honour

  • HER HIGHNESS THE PRINCESS OF ASTURIAS, LETIZIA ORTIZ ROCASOLANO
  • MR. JAIME LISSAVETZSKY, president of the Higher Sports Council
  • MR. ALEJANDRO BLANCO BRAVO, president of the Spanish Olympic Committee
  • MR. CARMELO PANIAGUA MANSO, president of the Royal Spanish Skating Federation
  • MS. ESPERANZA AGUIRRE GIL DE BIEDMA, president of the Autonomous Community of Madrid
  • MR. IGNACIO GARCÍA DE VINUESA, mayor of the City Council of Alcobendas
  • MR. SABATINO ARACU, president of the International Roller Sports Federation
  • MR. HARRO STRUCKSBERG, president of the CIRH
  • MR. JESÚS CORDERO COBO, president of the Madrid Skating Federation

Jan 22

Secretary’s office

Office

José Caballero Sports Centre
Ctra. Barajas km. 1,400
Tel: 91 658 71 10
Fax: 91 659 76 99

Jan 21

Other sports facilities

PABELLÓN DE LOS SUEÑOS (DREAM HALL)

PABELLÓN DE LOS SUEÑOS (DREAM HALL)

ADDRESS
Avenida Doctor Severo Ochoa, 1.
Telephone no.: 91 662 40 96

FACILITIES
Capacity: 1,000 spectators.
45 x 30 m playing court, which may be divided into three areas.
Stands with 500 seats.
Telescopic stands for 500 people.
Gym.
4 changing rooms.
2 changing rooms for referees.
2 changing rooms for teachers.

ANTELA PARADA HALL

ADDRESS
C/. Francisco Chico Mendes, 8.
Telephone no.: 91 662 44 15

FACILITIES
Capacity: 500 spectators.
45 x 30 m playing court, which may be divided into three areas.
Stands with 500 seats.
Gym.
4 changing rooms.
4 changing rooms for referees.
1 changing rooms for teachers.
Football pitch.

PEDRO FERRÁNDIZ HALL

ADDRESS
Avenida Olímpica, s/n.

FACILITIES
Indoor Hall.
Capacity: 100 spectators.
Total floor area: 1,500 m2.
33x 20 m playing court, which may be divided into two areas.
Stands with 80 seats.
2 changing rooms.
2 changing rooms for referees.
1 outdoor multi-sport court .
4 multi-sport 3×3 basketball courts.

BACHILLER ALONSO LÓPEZ HALL

ADDRESS
C/. Francisco Largo Caballero.

FACILITIES
Indoor Hall.
Capacity: 250 spectators.
Playing court: 44 x 24 m.
Stands with seats.
2 changing rooms.
2 changing rooms for referees.

Jan 18

Valdelasfuentes Sports Complex

The Valdelasfuentes Sports Complex is an ambitious project that is being developed in different stages. Several swimming pools and recreational facilities have already been built, all of them focused on water therapies, health and well-being. These facilities were designed to play sports using a recreational approach and are meant for the entire family.

The water complex features an avant-garde design, with the recreational swimming pool in the very middle; it offers slides, streams, Jacuzzis, an outdoor heated area, a children´s area and a swimming pool area. This part of the complex also houses the spa, in addition to the Sports Medicine Centre.

During the second stage of the Valdelasfuentes project, new facilities were constructed to complete the water complex and the existing football pitches. A 900-m2 changing room facility has been built, offering 16 changing rooms (4 of them for referees and the remaining 12 for the clubs), a room with capacity for 30 people, two offices, storage rooms, public toilets (also for disabled persons), and a stand with 300 seats.

A new artificial turf football pitch, with stands for 1,100 people, has also been constructed.

During this second stage of the project, the Sports Complex facilities was extended with 6 multi-sport courts, 4 of them for 5-a-side football, one for basketball and another one for rink hockey. In addition, 8 paddle courts with glass walls have also been installed.

Finally, the spa area in the water complex has been extended with two new saunas and an outdoor cold water pool, as well as a steam bath.

Valdelasfuentes Sports Complex

ADDRESS
C/. Miguel de Cervantes, s/n.
Telephone no.: 91 658 71 10

FACILITIES
Swimming pools
Recreational pools and lagoon, wave pool.
Spa room.
Muscle and fitness room.
5 multi-purpose gyms.
Children´s area.
Indoor cycling room.
Changing rooms.
Sports Medicine Centre.
Snack bar – restaurant.
Offices, teaching rooms and conference room.
Co-generation power plant.
3 artificial turf football pitches.
6 multi-sport courts (4 for 5-a-side football, 1 for basketball and 1 for rink hockey).
4 tennis courts.
8 paddle courts with glass walls.
Changing room building.
Indoor Basque pelota wall.
Cycling track with a perimeter of 363 m.
Skating rink.
4 skateboard tracks.
Changing rooms for referees.
Equipment storage room.
Monitoring office.
Children´s games.
Concert arena.
Outdoor car park with 500 spaces.

Jan 17

José Caballero Sports Centre

José Caballero Sports Centre

FACILITIES:

Amaya Valdemoro Hall
Hall “A”
Outdoor swimming pool
Indoor swimming pool with retractable roof
Heated swimming pool
Jacuzzi and Thermal Room
Muscle and Fitness Gym
Medical Service
Snack bar
Athletics track. (Capacity: 3,500 spectators. Stands with 1,600 seats).
Indoor multisport court.
3 outdoor multisport courts, two of them covered with artificial turf.
8 tennis courts.
7 tennis walls.
11 paddle courts (3 individual ones).
1 Basque pelota court.
1 turf rugby pitch. (Capacity: 3,500 spectators. Stands for 1,600 seats).
3 artificial turf football pitches.
70 m archery range.
Pilates gyms, machines, yoga and taichi – pilates.
Toy library.

ADDRESS

Carretera de Barajas, 1.400
Telephone no.: 91 658 71 10
Fax no.: 91 659 76 99

ACCESS
Buses lines 1, 159, 827 y circular.
Exit 17 de la Nacional I.

Jan 16

Amaya Valdemoro Hall

Schoold

Capacity: 3,000 spectators.43 x 31 m parquet flooring court.
Five 9.75 x 6.40 m squash courts.
2 gyms exclusively used by the clubs.
Pool room with one table.
Table tennis room.
Fencing gym.
Trek – indoor gym.
200 m2 multi-purpose gym.
Conference-press room for 100 people.
Four changing rooms.
Hall of residence with 77 beds.
Press box.
VIP lounge with direct access to the guest box.
Exclusive box for 24 people.
Public toilets.
Fixed stands with 1,314 seats.
Telescopic stands for about 600 people.
Standing room for 1,000 people.

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