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He Real Betis of Spain is present in Mexico with the opening of its second permanent training academy for young soccer players in said country, located in Querétaro, which joins the one already operating in Mexico City.
Under the name, ‘Real Betis Academy Querétaro’ this soccer academy will be running, at least for the next four seasons and will offer “great opportunities for football growth”, as explained by the club. In addition, it will also seek to give education in values, to the future talents of this Mexican city and its surroundings.
Together, it was also announced that It will take place in two new soccer fields that are going to be built in the Mexican city with respect for the environment.in line with the ‘Forever Green’ project, the environmental program of Betis.
On the other hand, it was explained that the North American market “It is strategic for the international expansion of the club”, highlighted its senior executive (CEO), Ramón Alarcón, who indicated that this new headquarters, along with those in Mexico City and Arizona (United States), “adds to the great commitment and display that Real Betis has in the area, with international sports projects and ‘Forever Green’”.
Finally, in the same communiqué it is explained how it is that part of these young footballers will be able to travel to Seville to carry out the individual training program ‘Inside Betis’, with training at their facilities and other activities.
“In Mexico we are very passionate about soccer and, Through Andrés Guardado, also from Real Betis, we are delighted to bring the values and methodology of the club to Querétaro. We want the children of our city to become béticos”, affirmed the person in charge of this new academy of the Verdiblanco team, Jéssica Velázquez.
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