Rangers announce partnership with Flamborough Dundas as part of their global strategy
The RANGERS announced a new partnership with a Canadian club as part of an ongoing international strategy.
The Light Blues have linked their Rangers International Soccer Academy to Flamborough Dundas, based in Hamilton, Ont.
The Canadian club offers community football with approximately 2,000 new players registered each year.
As part of the new partnership, signed for three years, Rangers Soccer Academy staff and coaches will contribute to player development at Flamborough Dundas.
When international travel resumes, coaches will travel to Canada to host football camps with teams also traveling to Glasgow for football, education and leisure activities.
Rangers football academies and international relations director Gary Gibson told the club’s website: “The deal with Flamborough Dundas Soccer Club is another positive step as we continue to drive the club’s international strategy. .
“We will be working closely with Technical Director Graham Munro to assist with player development and coach education through Rangers Online Academy, which will provide access to cutting edge footage of our coaching staff and Academy players. .
🇨🇦 Rangers International Soccer Academy can announce today a new three-year agreement with Flamborough Dundas Soccer Club in Canada.
🤝 The partnership will see the two clubs working closely together to help player development.
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“When international travel reopens, we will send coaches from the Rangers Soccer Academy to Canada to host camp events while welcoming teams to Glasgow each year as part of the deal which will be a mix of football, education. and leisure activities. ”
Graham Munro, Technical Director of Flamborough Dundas Soccer Club, said: “It is a historic day for Flamborough Dundas Soccer Club to partner with Rangers International Soccer Academy on the proud 150th anniversary of the club.
“The partnership marks a milestone day for our club as we strive to develop the next Canadian international.
“The Ranger staff have been first class to deal with throughout our discussions and I want to thank them. As a club, we look forward to moving this partnership forward which will benefit our players, coaches and parents. ”