Jaguar Football Campus Final Finishes, UK Football Trip to Start

2015-08-03 13:43:51   China Soong Ching Ling Foundation

Richard Shore, acting president of the China Region of Jaguar Land Rover, and Tang Jiuhong, Director of Fund Department of CSCLF, kick off for the final match.

The teenager football program of the "Dream Fund" of China Soong Ching Ling Foundation (CSCLF) – Premier Skills, Jaguar Football Campus Final, finished at the main stadium of Beijing Chaoyang Sports Center on July 22, 2015. Tongzhou Yunhe Primary School football team won the champion by their excellent team performance. Those attending the closing ceremony included Tang Jiuhong, Director of Fund Department of CSCLF, Richard Shore, acting president of the China Region of Jaguar Land Rover, Bi Shaopu, President of IMSS, Wang Yan, Executive Vice President of Public Relations and Enterprise Communication of Jaguar Land Rover (China), Du Leyou, Senior Public Relations Manager of the Cultural Education Department of British Council, Qi Qi, Senior Manager of Education Promotion, Yang Pu, Director of Teenager Department of Guo'an Football Club, and Nan Fang, former football player of Guo'an. The event also attracted over 200 primary school students, their parents and media. Besides watching an excellent match, parents and their children experienced the football carnival event.

The "Premier Skills, Jaguar Football Campus Final" is the platform of CSCLF "Dream Fund" teenager football program in its second year. It aims to help more children engage in the football sport, and achieve their football dream. The program included basic training of little players, school league matches and training of little referees, which is estimated to benefit 8,000 teenagers in total.

The combined photo shows the Jaguar Football Campus Final and its awarding ceremony.

After the school league match, players of the champion team and the runner-up team will go to UK, the birthplace of modern football with Jaguar referees in September to experience the football culture in the UK. Children will walk into the competition venue of the Premier League, listen to the lecture from the "Premier Skills" coach, and practice with little local players.

The combined photo shows the colorful activities at football carnival event.

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