Children between the ages of five and 16 from a number of countries that include Egypt, Mozambique and Nigeria participated in the camp that ran from December 6 through to yesterday.
"The children were trained by 12 international and local coaches including some from Liverpool and others from South Africa. The camp is not only an opportunity to see some of the most talented young players showcase their skills but will go a long way toward social cohesion," said Durban Municipality spokesperson, Thabo Mofokeng.
South Africa has made significant strides in developing the standard of sports particularly football, to ensure it is on par with international counterparts.
And these efforts were recognized by Fifa when they made South Africa the first African country to host the soccer World Cup in 2010.
"Besides the training camp, Liverpool Football Club has shown great faith by partnering with the eThekwini municipality to build a soccer Academy at the Kings Park precinct," Mofokeng added.