Jacksonville Armada FC have teamed up with the Real Madrid Foundation, RPM Sports and Publix to put on a series of soccer coaching sessions in Northeast Florida this summer.
The North American Soccer League (NASL) side intends to run eight player development clinics across the region between 23rd June and 15th August.
The tuition will be provided by Real Madrid Foundation coaches, supported by their Jacksonville Armada counterparts.
Steve Livingstone, the president of the Jacksonville Armada, commented: “In establishing this partnership and our summer clinics with Real Madrid Foundation, we are bringing an unprecedented level of player development to Northeast Florida, thanks to our partners RPM Sports and Publix.
“This is the first of many steps that Jacksonville Armada will take to create a stronger culture of soccer in Jacksonville and our wider region. This partnership will be a great addition to the regional soccer landscape, and we would also like to thank Jacksonville Football Club youth soccer club and Duval County Public Schools, which will be supporting the clinics by providing venues and coaching support.”
“We look forward to a long and fruitful partnership in Jacksonville,” added Julio Gonzalez Ronco, the general director of the Real Madrid Foundation.”