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Chinese and French football clubs team up in young player training


SIP ALL IN Youth Football Club (hereinafter referred to as ALL IN) and LOSC Lille, a French football club with outstanding records in Europe's biggest football leagues, signed an agreement at ALL IN's Young Player Training Base on Dec 18 to launch long-term collaboration in popularizing the sport of football among youngsters in Suzhou and its surrounding areas.

It is reported that LOSC Lille had conducted site visits to more than 10 Chinese football clubs in different cities before picking ALL IN for the common goals in football development and young player cultivation.

As the first step of cooperation, the two parties will soon launch a half-year or one-year program for their coaches and players to visit each other for better mutual understanding. Moreover, LOSC Lille will send professional coaches to ALL IN in Chinese summer and winter vacations to offer training to teenagers aged between 5 and 14. Besides, each year, the two parties will jointly host a series of youngsters' football matches in Suzhou and its neighboring areas.

Gusu Evening News
December 20, 2018

 
 
   
 
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