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The West Bromwich Albion FC Coaches are returning to Richmond Hill the week of July 8 to July 12.

The Richmond Hill Soccer Club technical staff, in conjunction with the English Football League Championship Team West Bromwich Albion, will once again host a mini summer development camp for 2019. The camp will  provide RHSC OPDL & Rep male and female players with opportunities to develop new and current skills, on and off the field. Each player will be given the chance to be identified and work with West Bromwich Albion coaching staff.

The week of July 8 to July 12 our players will have the opportunity to sign up for a training camp with the West Bromwich coaches. 

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RHSC Partners with English Football League Championship side West Bromwich Albion

January 15, 2018

Richmond Hill Soccer Club is proud to announce a new partnership with English Football League Championship side West Bromwich Albion (WBA).

WBA are one of the oldest clubs in British football, with a rich history of developing players and competing in Europe’s top leagues.

“We are thrilled about this new partnership with West Brom,” said Mark Marshall, Technical Director of RHSC. “This gives both our male and female players a new pathway into a professional soccer environment.”

Players from RHSC will be given the opportunity to train with staff from West Brom during a summer camp scheduled for July. There will also be additional opportunities for identification scheduled later in the year for OPDL and Rep players.

In addition, the partnership will offer coaching sessions and educational workshops focusing on how a Championship League team develops programs for its male and female players and programs within communities.

RHSC has been connected to West Brom through The Albion Foundation, which aspires to use the game to make a difference, grow its participants, and connect the club to communities.

“The Albion Foundation is proud to connect our coaches, philosophies and attachment to West Bromwich Albion FC with the Richmond Hill Soccer Club,” said Dave Lawrence, Head of Sport at The Albion Foundation. “We are excited to support the development of players as footballers and people, support the needs of the coaches, and share our years of expertise in community and elite football coaching with boys and girls. We aim to grow enthusiasm and love for the game that we advocate here in the UK.”

This partnership between RHSC and WBA is the first and only such soccer relationship in Canada.

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