Jeju signs MOU with Chinese Super League Qingdao West Coast FC to develop Korea-China football

Jeju United (“Jeju”) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Chinese Super League Qingdao West Coast FC to develop Korean-Chinese soccer and create future value.

The signing ceremony was held on Thursday, June 20 at 4 p.m. in the press room of Jeju World Cup Stadium. The main purpose of the MOU is to promote various exchange activities such as strengthening the team strength of both soccer clubs and fostering youth development, and to promote sports tourism 현금홀덤사이트 exchange between the two clubs’ regions through soccer.

The MOU ceremony was attended by Jeju United CEO Koo Chang-yong, Qingdao West Coast FC President Seo Sang, Qingdao West Coast FC General Manager Shin Gun, Qingdao West Coast FC Campus Manager Ha Gun-wei, Qingdao West Coast FC Business Manager Ro Yang, Qingdao West Coast FC Chairman Gung Seo-hwa, Vice Chairman Gung Soo-sung, Kevin YOUR’S SPORTS CEO, Oh Kyu-sang, President of the Korea Football Association Women’s Football Federation, Yoon Il, President of the Jeju Special Self-Governing Province Football Association, and Cho Sung-cheol, Executive Director of the Jeju Special Self-Governing Province Football Association.

Qingdao West Coast FC is one of the rising stars in Chinese professional soccer. Founded in 2007, the club finished second in the Chinese Super League (second division) last year and made it to the Chinese Super League (first division) this year. Its star player is Brazilian naturalized forward Alan Carvalho, who currently plays for the Chinese national team.

Under the agreement, the two clubs will conduct various exchanges to improve players’ skills, including player recommendations. The coaching staffs will also exchange on technical matters such as training methods and tactics. They will also collaborate on youth player training programs such as training camps, and promote and conduct various cooperative activities such as friendly matches, attracting sponsors, and collaborative sales of marketing products.

Jeju United CEO Koo Chang-yong said, “On the field, there are no borders. It is very meaningful to be able to dream of win-win development with Qingdao, which is making an impressive footprint in the Chinese Super League. We will sincerely work together with Qingdao to develop China-Korea soccer and create value for the future.” “I would like to thank Jeju United for their hospitality, and we will do our best to cooperate with them for the mutual development of both clubs as well as the development of Korean-Chinese football,” said Seo Sang, CEO of Qingdao West Coast FC.

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