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New season of youth soccer league ready to kick off
    2016-03-02  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

    青少年足球联赛新赛季开赛

    Zhang Qian

    zhqcindy@163.com

    The Shenzhen Youth Soccer League is returning to the field this March and this time with more teams and kids taking part in the games than ever before.

    Eight teams of kids joined last year’s session organized by four foreign coaches. The final games finished in January this year. Matches were played among five private soccer clubs owned by expats and three clubs with Chinese owners.

    Hassan Bo, one of the two foreign organizers of the league and the head coach of the Wolves team, told Shenzhen Daily that 19 teams led by ten foreign coaches and nine Chinese coaches would participate in the March session this time. Players would be kids born between 2006 and 2009.

    According to Bo, there will be two teams full of expatriate kids attending the league, which can help the players share their knowledge and various cultures with their Chinese counterparts.

    By organizing the league, Bo and his partners, a Serbian coach and a German administrator, hope to foster an environment that promotes “the beautiful game” in all its wonders. “The league functions to grow the soccer community in this province and to extend the joy of soccer to the youth of Shenzhen,” said Bo.

    The Shenzhen Youth Soccer League was established to facilitate the highest level of competitive youth soccer for girls and boys in Shenzhen and currently operates divisions in the under 8, under 10, and under 12 age groups.

    The new session of the league will kick off on this Saturday, March 5 at the Futian Xiasha soccer field.

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