Real Madrid to establish sports schools in Pakistan

The project will kick off with two schools in Karachi that will comprise 400 boys and girls aged six to 17.


News Desk November 15, 2012

The Real Madrid Foundation (FRM), an NGO established by Spanish football giants Real Madrid, signed an MoU with a Pakistani NGO yesterday at the Santiago Bernabeu which will see FRM establish their social sports school model in Pakistan.

The project will kick off with two schools in Karachi that will comprise 400 boys and girls aged six to 17. Foreign coaches from Spain will also visit Pakistan to train local coaches. In addition, students with disabilities will receive specialised care.

“We are excited about the implementation of our FRM model in Pakistan for the betterment of children through the power of sport,” said Real Madrid’s Sporting Director Miguel Pardeza.

FRM was established in 1997 to service the disadvantaged through the power of sport.

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COMMENTS (27)

Maaz | 8 years ago | Reply

Great! but why not in Lahore and Islamabad too!!??

abdul rehman | 8 years ago | Reply

When the school will be open

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