FC Bayern: Rekordmeister extends partnership with the Japanese Football Association JFA
The German record champion Bayern Munich has extended his partnership with the Japanese Football Association JFK by three years.
Japan is one of the strongest countries in Asian football. I was allowed during the 2002 World Cup itself, as football enthusiasts are the Japanese, said CEO Oliver Khan: In our continuation of cooperation, the common goal of developing world-class players.
For this it requires a close German recordy exchange, supplemented Khan: We are proud that we have already known Japanese football in our ranks with the world-class player Saki Kumeyaay.
In the cooperation that has existed for three years, it is about the exchange of top talents with FC Bayern Campus to cooperate in the field of coaching, friendly matches between youth teams and training camps for JFK teams in Munich. There are also concrete shared planning for football camps for girls and boys from Japan.