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LaLiga Clubs Holding Education Courses To Strengthen Links Between Spain And Japan

July 10, 2020

Over 10,000 kilometres separate Spain and Japan but the two countries are being brought closer together by a love of football. A new range of educational courses, designed by LaLiga and its clubs, will not only help increase the profile of the competition in Japan but will also help people to learn more about Spain, its culture and its language.

LaLiga has joined with the Cervantes Institute of Tokyo to launch the ‘#VolverEsGanar’ online education project. Borrowing the name from the global campaign that has supported LaLiga’s return after the COVID-19 pandemic, the course intends to teach how Spanish clubs of all sizes function and how their internationalisation projects can continue.

These courses will be held each Monday and Thursday, running from June 29th to July 30th, sharing lessons on how Spanish football operates, with directors from LaLiga clubs teaching the classes themselves. A wide range of Spanish clubs and cities will be represented through LaLiga Santander sides RCD Mallorca, SD Eibar, Deportivo Alavés, Villarreal CF and Real Betis and LaLiga SmartBank clubs Elche CF, SD Huesca, Cádiz CF, Deportivo de la Coruña and Real Zaragoza.

Building on existing links to Japan
The classes are presented by Sportsnavi, LaLiga’s official media partner in Japan, who will explain the structure and organisation of these clubs and will reflect on their history, fanbases and ties to Japan…

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