Scottish Premier League side Glasgow Rangers through their Rangers Soccer Schools have signed a partnership with Gameday Arts Academy from India, a first for the Scottish giants on the subcontinent.
The agreement will allow young, talented kids from the Soccer Academy based in Bangalore exclusive access to the Club’s state of the art training centre in Scotland where they will experience best in class training sessions from qualified academy coaching staff. In addition, Rangers staff will travel to India in person to identify players as well as develop the resident coaching team at Gameday Arts Academy.
This new relationship will see some of India’s finest young football prospects reach new heights under the guidance and philosophy of Rangers FC.
Gary Gibson, Soccer Schools Manager, Rangers FC, “We are delighted to announce the partnership with Gameday Arts Academy. It is our first partner from India and represents a real opportunity to engage promising young footballers. We look forward to building this association for many years to come.”
Gameday Arts Academy in a statement said, “Gameday Academy is proud to be associated with a Club as steeped in history and success as Rangers Football Club. This programme will build excitement among junior footballers across India allowing Scotland’s most successful Club to become a household name across the country.”
“The Gameday Arts Academy is committed to providing a learning platform in sport for children, to encourage them at a young age to appreciate the joy of physical activity, to make new friends, to work hard, to compete fairly and to learn important life skills with a smile on their face,” the statement ended.