LaLiga and the Vietnam Football Federation (VFF) have entered into a partnership aimed at enhancing the growth of professional and community football in Vietnam. Under this agreement, the two organizations will collaborate on initiatives related to national teams and various sports training projects.
One of the immediate initiatives is the establishment of LaLiga Academy Vietnam, which will provide training sessions for VFF coaches and youth football development units. This partnership is seen as a significant step in advancing Vietnamese football, particularly in the context of the VFF’s efforts to strengthen relationships with established football entities in Asia and Europe.
During the signing ceremony in Hanoi, Ivan Codina, LaLiga’s Managing Director for Southeast Asia-Australia, Japan & South Korea, emphasized Vietnam’s strategic position for LaLiga in Asia and expressed the pride the organization feels in collaborating and growing together with Vietnamese football. Codina also pledged that LaLiga Academy Vietnam will support Vietnamese coach training programs by applying Spanish coaching methods.
Furthermore, LaLiga and VFF have plans to facilitate the development of young Vietnamese football talents, including training opportunities in Spain and other cooperative programs. This partnership signifies a commitment to nurturing and developing the football ecosystem in Vietnam.
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