FC Stars and Black Watch Premier strike collaboration agreement - July, 21st 2017
Acton, Massachusetts - The nationally-renowned youth soccer club in the New England region, FC Stars, and Black Watch Premier (BWP), with locations in both Albany, New York and Burlington, Vermont have reached understanding on a collaboration agreement for 2017-2018. The two Nike Clubs have strong histories in developing players who compete at the highest level, whether US Youth National teams or at collegiate levels. Both clubs will work together through a coaching education platform to enhance player instruction and programming. The clubs will operate joint technical training centers for player identification and development and joint events such as inter-club showcases and tournaments. This collaboration links the I-90 corridor from Boston, Massachusetts westward to the Capital Region of New York.
"I am extremely excited at the opportunity to work with the staff at FC Stars. Their first-class reputation and attention to detail are cornerstones of their high-quality operation. This is a great opportunity for our players at BWP and our staff," stated Executive Director and Founder of BWP, Steve Freeman. "Enhancing pathways and opportunities for our players and staff members is always at the forefront of our objectives with the Club. This does just that. It brings high-quality people to the table together to create better opportunities for everyone," stated Freeman.
FC Stars Director of Coaching, Jason Dewhurst, expressed that :FC Stars is very excited about the relationship with Blackwatch Premier and the possibilities it brings for the future. Their leadership has the same beliefs and development philosophy as we do. We feel this relationship will blossom into something great for the players in both organizations and for players based along the I-90 corridor."
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