An extensive and intense schedule was planned with the aim to give the players a great experience, a platform to learn from players of different nationalities, gain life skills and ultimately improve as athletes.
The camp was delivered by coaches Detlev Schoenberg and Dieter Scholl. They were assisted by German trainer and physiotherapist Linda Damerau, Luxembourg assistant coach Massimo Tarantini, Liechtenstein coach Marc Demmer, Scottish coach Graeme Spowart, video analyst Torsten Schoof and sports psychologist Alioune Toure.
Players were introduced through games on the first morning before moving onto some general ball control. Each session began with an extensive warm-up, which also included some fitness training and education.
Sessions continued over the next few days, with focus on defence, video analysis and a tournament on the last day.
There was also time for some sight-seeing, with a visit to Luxembourg City included.
The camp also received a visit from CEV SCD president Margaret-Ann Fleming who talked to the group before taking in the final of the mini-tournament.