King’s Games for 2000 Eindhoven pupils

More than 2000 primary school children from Eindhoven participated in the King’s Games today.

Spread over three sports parks, Genneper Park, Eindhoven North sports complex and the Hondsheuvels sports park, they participated in all kinds of games and sports.

Marcel Balkestein, Rob Reckers and Robert van der Horst, three (former) international hockey players, opened the event. In addition, students had special clinics, for example acrogym and freerunners.

The King’s Games are held on Friday for King’s Day. They originated in April 2013, in honour of King Willem-Alexander’s coronation.

Source: Studio040

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