Jurgen Klinsmann (59), Korea men’s soccer team coach, Colin Bell (62), women’s soccer team coach, and Korea Football Association president Jeong Mong-kyu (61), supported the Football Association and the Ministry of Education’s ‘Neulbom School’. Attended the business agreement ceremony.
Jurgen Klinsmann, head coach of the Korean men’s national soccer team, and Colin Bell, head coach of the women’s national soccer team, held a business agreement ceremony between the Ministry of Education and the Korea Football Association to revitalize school sports and support Neulbom School at Balsan Elementary School in Incheon at 2:50 pm on the 28th.
KFA Chairman Chung Mong-gyu, Minister of Education Lee Ju-ho, Education Welfare and Care Support Officer Kim Tae-hun, Ministry of Education Responsible Support Officer Ko Yeong-jong, Incheon Metropolitan Office of Education Deputy Superintendent Kim Hwan-shik, Balsan Elementary School Principal Jeong Jin-soo, and many others attended the event. I am delighted that the Ministry of Education and the Football Association have signed a business agreement. I would like to express my gratitude to the national team coach Klinsman, coach Colin Bell, Deputy Superintendent Kim Wan-sik and Principal Jeong Jin-soo.”
Minister Lee continued, “The number of students suffering from depression and other difficulties is rapidly increasing after the novel coronavirus (Corona 19). I think sports are very important because they positively affect students’ sociability, learning attitude, and peer relationships. School We will double the number of sports clubs and support students who are passive in sports to enjoy it.” 안전놀이터
Chairman Chung Mong-kyu said, “I am delighted that the Korea Football Association will participate in the School Sports and Neulbom School program of the Ministry of Education. Everyone knows that sports activities are important for the health of young students.” It gave me great joy and emotion by advancing to the 2002 World Cup semifinals, and it is an achievement achieved by children who came in contact with soccer while watching the legend of the 2002 World Cup semifinals.”
Chairman Chung said, “If more children enjoy soccer, we can expect a brighter future another 20 years from now.”