Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors FC is expanding its investments toward the future through various overseas exchanges.
Jeonbuk announced on the 19th, “We have resumed youth overseas exchanges that were conducted before the novel coronavirus infection (Corona 19).”
Previously, Jeonbuk conducted international exchanges with Olympique Lyonnais, a prestigious French Ligue 1 team, from 2013 to 2019. Through continued coaching and youth exchanges, great talents have been discovered.
The result of the exchange at that time was the young blood of Jeonbuk. 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games gold medalist and Jeonbuk Hyundai goalkeeper Kim Jeong-hoon, as well as Kang Sang-yoon (Busan loan), Lee Min-hyuk (Gyeongnam loan), Lee Ji-hoon (Gimcheon managing director), Cho Jin-ho (Serbia 1st division), Myung Se-jin (Serbia 2nd division), Lee Seong-yoon, Park Jun-beom, It has produced many players, such as Noh Yun-sang and Kim Rae-woo, who are currently playing for the Jeonbuk Hyundai B team or have transferred and are taking on new challenges.
Jeonbuk Hyundai resumed overseas exchanges in earnest with the end of COVID-19.
Together with technical director Ji-Sung Park, we signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with PSV Eindhoven, Netherlands, which has a reputation for youth systems in Europe. Last May, PSV youth coaches visited Korea and applied European youth training sessions to all age groups of the Jeonbuk Hyundai youth team and sought development directions in parallel with domestic training programs.
In addition, Jeonbuk Hyundai will select six promising players, including U-15 Kim Ye-gun, and send them to PSV Eindhoven for five weeks for youth training. This training will include a variety of training programs for each session, age group, and position. According to the PSV coaching system, separate results reports will be received, including strengths and weaknesses and reinforcement programs needed for growth, and continuous and systematic management will be maintained.스포츠토토
Meanwhile, Jeonbuk U-15 team participated in Spanish La Liga training from September 12th to 20th as the ‘2022 Season U15 K-League Championship Winner’. Through this competition, we attempted to strengthen our international competitiveness by experiencing the European La Liga soccer culture and playing matches with European youth teams.
The Jeonbuk Hyundai youth team participated not only in Europe but also in international exchange matches with Japanese teams in Asia. The U-15 team participated in the Shizuoka Invitational Suruka Cup in Japan in early October and played against Japanese youth teams such as Shimizu S-Pulse, and the U-12 team participated in the Kashima Antlers Nike Cup in September. Active international exchanges continued.
Jeonbuk CEO Heo Byeong-gil said, “It is one of Jeonbuk’s philosophies and visions that our future is youth. We promise to provide generous support to help our players grow through more and more diverse international exchanges, and that these players will develop and grow to become Jeonju City’s best players.” “I hope it will play a leading role,” he said.