Young Star Academy Partners With PL Club Wolves To Promote Football

With the help of Wolves, Young Star Academy intends to revolutionize grassroot football in India.
Delhi-based Young Star Academy has partnered with PL club Wolves to promote football in India
Delhi-based Young Star Academy has partnered with PL club Wolves to promote football in India

Young Star Academy has entered into a strategic partnership with Wolverhampton Wanderers FC, one of the biggest football clubs in England, to promote football in India.

Delhi-based Young Star Academy and Wolves share a vision of the development of football. With the help of Wolves, Young Star Academy intends to revolutionize grassroot football in India.

The collaboration's aim is to bridge the technical expertise gap between India and Europe while maximising sports participation among children irrespective of gender or economic background.

Young Star Academy plans to achieve this goal by having coaches from Wolves come to India to conduct training camps for children and coach education programs as read in a statement released by the academy.

Russell Jones, General Manager at Wolverhampton Wanderers FC who was here in India at the momentous occasion commented, "We are really pleased to sign this partnership with young star academy. We've been very impressed with their work across multiple sports and are looking forward to working together to develop top coaches and young footballers. The project will start in Delhi but we have ambitious plans to expand the programme to multiple cities across India."

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"It gives us immense pleasure to welcome Wolves to India! This pioneering association with Wolves will enable us to develop our coaching prowess and host a holistic learning and training environment for aspirants of the beautiful game," commented Raghav Chhabra, Technical Director at Young Star Academy.

This opens up a plethora of opportunities for coaches and young stars in India to be exposed to the state-of-the-art training facilities at the Molineux, the home ground of Wolves; wherein some of the most skilled footballing minds from either side will come together and chalk out the finest blueprints to hone and nurture talent right from grassroots to the top.

(With inputs from ANI)

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