The Panama soccer team visited the Cocolí locks today to learn about the operation of the Expanded Canal, the Panama Canal Authority (ACP) reported today.
The players were assisted by the collaborators of the Canal, who shared with the 24 players who worked today in the morning at the Rommel Fernández stadium, in the Panamanian city.
The visit was used by the players to show their admiration for the work carried out by the Panamanian administration to maintain this efficient and safe route.
The administrator of the Canal, Jorge Luis Quijano, congratulated the "World Cup" Panamanian players for making the Panamanian dream of seeing their country in a World Cup.
The Panamanian players will resume their training tomorrow in the framework of friendly matches against Northern Ireland, on May 29 in Panama, and against Norway, on June 6, in Oslo.
The Panamanian team was drawn into Group G of the World Cup in Russia, with Belgium, with which it will debut on June 18, as well as with England and Tunisia, which they will face on June 24 and 28, respectively.