“Youth is the Future of Korean Football”

Youth are the future of Korean soccer, and it’s the duty of the K League to give them the platform to pursue their dreams. The Korea Football League has joined forces with Electronic Arts Inc. to launch EA SPORTS FC Futures.

FC Futures is a project between the KFA and EA to provide education, culture, and environment for children to play and learn soccer for sustainable youth soccer. It’s not just about the K League. It’s a global project, and EA has operations around the world. It’s active in the English Premier League, Spanish La Liga, UEFA, and more.

FC Futures consists of the development of soccer textbooks and programs, school soccer classes, and soccer festivals. The soccer textbooks and programs will be distributed free of charge through the K League’s official YouTube channel and application ‘Kick’ by creating guide videos that teach the basics of soccer by K League players themselves. The videos are organized by level of difficulty so that anyone can easily follow along. On the 21st, FC Seoul strikers Na Sang-ho and Kim Sang-hyeop finished filming the shooting and dribbling segments. They will be distributed one by one, starting with the first public release later this month.

The ‘Children’s Soccer Classes Going to Schools’ will be operated by the professional leagues and the Ministry of Education.

On the 22nd, Lee Ju-ho, Prime Minister and Minister of Social Affairs and Education, and Kwon Oh-gap, President of the Professional Football League, signed a business agreement at The F-Foot Saloon in Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul. The professional league and the Ministry of Education will operate soccer classes based on the development of children’s soccer class programs and the revitalization of school sports. The five K League clubs – Suwon Samsung, 카지노사이트가이드 Suwon FC, Seongnam FC, FC Seoul, and Incheon United – will partner to pilot soccer classes in 40 elementary schools in the Seoul metropolitan area. In the future, the goal is to expand the number of schools across the country with the participation of all K League clubs.

“We are grateful to work with EA and the Ministry of Education to create an environment where children can enjoy soccer,” said Kwon Oh-gap, President of the Professional League. We will make further efforts to build a stable soccer base for children through good infrastructure.” “We hope that children can grow up healthy while playing with their friends at school, and we will continue to cooperate with various private organizations to support spring school programs,” said Lee Ju-ho, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Education.

“After extending our partnership with the federation in July, we introduced FC Futures to bring soccer closer to children. We will continue to actively collaborate with the league and do our best to make FC Futures a sustainable program.”

With the launch in Korea, the Professional League and EA Korea aim to establish soccer as a positive physical activity for children and provide them with an online and offline soccer experience.

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