In the past 4 month’s, sports has been one of the most affected industries as a result of the pandemic.
Athletes, clubs and academies have been home waiting months on end to when football will resume. Its been particjlarly hard on athletes who have to train week in week out to keep shape and stay ready for games.
However the pandemic has opened floodgates to the use of Technology and online medium has flourished abundantly.
Schools have conducted classes online, meetings have been held using the internet and brands have continued to take advantage of the reach and viability of the internet to stay inntouch with their customers and keep the ball rolling.
Alimosho Football Club is at the forefront of innovation in Nigerian football space.
Inhouse trainings and meetups have been organized for athletes and staff as soon as the Covid-19 pandemic hit and because of successful this has been, the club has taken it further by creating a Virtual Football Camp for young athletes within the ages of 4-19.
Co-Founder Teslim Sanni-Anibire has reiterated that “As a futuristic club, AFC continues to seek ways to keep the community engaged through viable programmes that are far reaching.
The Virtual Football Camp seeks to engage players within the age bracket to follow a structured path of development amidst the issues faced with the pandemic”.
The Camp is billed to be held via recorded videos, Facebook live and Zoom promises to feature big coaches and stars in the Nigerian Sports who are always willing to pass on knowledge to the younger generation.
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