Incheon conducts ‘SK Telecom Middle Star League’ domestic and international training…provides special experiences to middle school students

 Incheon United provided a special experience to middle school students in Incheon.

Incheon United said on the 3rd, “We sent the winning team and the runner-up team of the SK Telecom Middle Star League 2022, a representative regional activity, to Chiang Mai, Thailand, and Jeonju, Jeonbuk, respectively, to build precious memories.”

SK Telecom Middle Star League 2022 is a pure amateur middle school soccer tournament in Incheon sponsored by SK Telecom and hosted by Incheon United. The Middle Star League, which celebrates its 17th anniversary this year, is a major community-based activity project of the Incheon club, whose motto is to expand the football base of young people in the Incheon area and create a healthy culture through soccer. In the past 2020 and 21, the holding was postponed due to Corona 19, but it will be held again from 2022.

The final of this tournament, which was held for the first time in three years, was held as an opening match before the home game against Pohang Steelers at the Incheon Soccer Stadium on October 16 last year. On this day, Haesong Middle School defeated Kyushu Middle School 1-0 and won the championship. The participating players and instructors of the winning team, Haesongjung, were given the opportunity to go abroad for soccer training. 

On January 6, Haesongjung left for Chiang Mai, Thailand, the training ground for the team’s professional team, and completed a total of 3 nights and 5 days. He watched the training of professional players and played friendly matches with the club staff. Thanks to the response from the students who watched the training, coach Cho Seong-hwan, the coaching staff, and the players continued training with a smile on their faces. After his training, he took pictures with his favorite players and got autographs.  바카라

In addition, Haesongjung players watched Doi Suthep, Bankhangwat, Minye Village, and elephant show in Thailand. On the 30th of last month, Gyejoong, the runner-up team, left for Jeonju, North Jeolla Province on the club’s professional team bus for 2 days and 1 night, and conducted training in Korea. He visited the National Museum and Hanok Village in Jeonju.

Guidance teacher Jeon Min-wook of Haesongjung said, “Most of the students go on to high school, but thanks to the consideration of the club and the athletes, I was able to build precious memories that I will never forget for the rest of my life before graduation.” Guidance teacher Oh Seung-min of Gye-joong said, “This training has become a meaningful and valuable memory for students who are graduating from school trips due to Corona. I will give you,” he said.

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