Mini Korea-Japan sortie… Gyeonggi-do U12 Soccer Team, Japan Cup Competition Quenching

The Gyeonggi-do Football Association Elementary Leaders Association national team (hereinafter Gyeonggi-do U12 national team) started training in earnest to participate in the ‘Justo Cup’ held at Fukuoka Global Arena in Japan from the 27th to the 28th.안전놀이터

In April, the national team led by coach Lim Jae-deok was composed of 16 players, and on the 1st and 15th, Seongnam FC U15 and Suwon Samsung U15 teams played a total of 2 practice matches to raise the team power through high-intensity training before the tournament. promise to do

Gyeonggi Football Association Chairman Lee Seok-jae said, “The Gyeonggi Football Association continues to support international youth projects, and will continue to pay attention to youth development projects and strive for overseas exchange projects and player development. Through the medium of soccer, exchanges between youth players from Korea and Japan I believe that there will be great progress in youth football in Gyeonggi-do along with this. I hope that there will be continuous exchanges through participation in this tournament.”

Woo Sang-beom, general manager of the Gyeonggi-do U12 national team, said, “I am very happy that the corona is over and the children can participate in international competitions in good health. I hope it will be an opportunity to develop one step further.”

Gyeonggi-do U12 national team head coach Lim Jae-deok said, “As these players were selected as Korean representatives through the Gyeonggi-do Football Association Elementary Leaders Council, I will try to achieve good results without injury through new experiences.”

The Gyeonggi-do U12 national team is scheduled to depart for Fukuoka, Japan on the 26th, and this international exchange participation will be conducted as a project of the Gyeonggi-do Football Association. It is sponsored by Sports Psygo (CEO Seung-min Kwon), a company specializing in sports psychological analysis, and supported by Ribbon Corporation Lab (CEO Hak-in Kim), a company specializing in sports marketing.

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