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Tech & Science 1. FC Cologne is cooperating with Japanese first divisions An

13:05  15 september  2021
13:05  15 september  2021 Source:   kicker.de

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 award ceremony in the Flora: Cologne Sportsman and athletes 2019 tied "It was a secret until recently. I drove 190 kilometers today noon and have not eaten - so I'm very overwhelmed straight, "says Tim Torn Teutenberg shortly after he won the prize as Cologne junior athletes of the year 2019. "It is the reward for the hard work of the last years and months. But everyone here would have deserved, "says the 19-year cyclist.

of 1. FC Cologne is a cooperation with the Japanese Club Sanfrecce Hiroshima. The objectives of the agreement are manifold.

Der 1. FC Köln kooperiert künftig mit Sanfrecce Hiroshima. © Imago Images / Motivio 1. FC Cologne cooperates with Sanfrecce Hiroshima in the future.

Association wants to "improve awareness in the Asian room"

as the club announced on Wednesday, the cooperation is based on two and a half years. During this time, trainer training, training camps and an "intensive exchange in the youth and scouting area at both locations" will take place. In addition, management seminars in Cologne and Hiroshima are planned.

"The goal is to build a network from which both clubs are permanently benefiting - sporty and economical," FC President Werner Wolf is quoted in the press release of the association. Managing Director Alexander Wehrle wants "use cooperation to share our expertise in the sports and management sector, to increase the awareness of the FC in the Asian region and acquire new partners". As early as 2021, the 1st FC Köln had held partner events with Japanese football associations and training centers.

Sanfrecce Hiroshima was so far three times Japanese champions, most recently in 2015. Currently the team is located in the J1 League on table spot twelve.

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