‘Expanding the base of women’s soccer’ Daejeon, one-day class ‘What Women Want’

Daejeon Hana Citizen is taking the lead in expanding the soccer base and revitalizing women’s soccer through continuous communication with local soccer clubs.

On the 27th, Daejeon held a women’s soccer one-day class called ‘What Women Want (WWW)’ at Deokam Soccer Center for Viva WFC members, a women’s soccer club in Daejeon.

The event was attended by Daejeon midfielder Jeong Jin-woo and defender Jeong Kang-min. During the class, which lasted for about two hours, the players trained the members on basic skills such as dribbling, passing, and shooting, and had time to communicate by playing mini-games as a team.

Viva WFC member Dasom Kim, who participated in the program, said, “Our club is a new team that has just been created. Thanks to the enthusiastic and meticulous coaching of the players despite the inclement weather, I was able to learn new skills and build pleasant memories. Thank you for creating such a good opportunity, and I will continue to cheer for the victory of Daejeon Hana Citizen,” she said of her participation.

What Women Want is a soccer clinic where players directly coach, and has been running since last year to support women who are active in amateur soccer clubs in the region and to make women more interested in sports activities through sympathy with players. contribution program. 스포츠토토티비

Last year, it was conducted for about 200 soccer clubs, and in April of this year, participating teams were recruited through prior application, and 5 teams and about 100 soccer clubs joined together. We plan to continue communicating with women’s soccer clubs through ‘What Women Want’ in the future.

In addition, Daejeon held the ‘2023 Hana Queen’s Cup’, a women’s futsal tournament, with a total of 120 participants from 12 local women’s futsal clubs last June. It is carrying out various activities to expand the base of women’s soccer, such as providing uniforms to the soccer teams of five schools.