LaLiga Closes with Think Sports by Football Schools in Brazil

LaLiga Closes with Think Sports by Football Schools in Brazil

LaLiga has partnered with Think Sports to start LaLiga Football School across the country. The expansion plans were already advanced at MKTEsportivoCast when Albert Castello, the representative of the Spanish unit in Brazil, was interviewed. The program will serve children and adolescents aged 4 to 17, through a specific methodology for the application of sports education.

According to the model implemented, Brazil has discovered LaLiga in India, with the help of the unit’s technical directors, for the complete introduction of schools in the country. The first courses are scheduled to take place later this year in São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Paraná, Espírito Santo and Minas Gerais.

“The application of the LaLiga method, adapted to the reality of this country, will bring these youth football experiences and concepts from Spain and will contribute to their global development,” Castello said.

“I am sure that, thanks to our experience of completing other sports programs in the country in recent years, we will be a fun, joyful, respectful, educational, unique and changing lives of youth and children around the country.” Definitely, an environment dedicated to high quality football. Said Arthur Borelli, CEO of Sports.

In addition to Brazil, La Liga entered into new partnerships in the United Kingdom. There, the unit will be with the Summer School of Swarks Soccer and Bede, also with the same methodology.

Arriving in Brazil and the United Kingdom reinforces the appeal that Spanish football continues in even the most mature football markets. Working with local experts, La Liga applied the accumulated knowledge over the years to add a new dimension to local knowledge styles and help further enhance the love of football.

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