Global Premier Soccer and Milan Boston Announce Partnership
Milan Boston to join GPS network of clubs
Waltham, 29th April, 2013; Global Premier Soccer (GPS) and Milan Boston have announced a partnership that will provide Milan Boston with all the benefits of becoming part of the GPS network of clubs. Milan Boston will be known as GPS Milan Boston for the 2013-2014 soccer season and beyond.
GPS, who currently operate youth soccer programs in 10 states, has become a leading source of US Youth National team players in recent years with two GPS players currently in the U-15 National team and three players developed by GPS selected to the US U-17 Residency program.
Milan Boston have been a leading club in Massachusetts for over 20 years developing players through high level coaching and a European methodology that was first tied to Inter Milan and most recently coming from AC Milan. The multi-faceted agreement will include access to the GPS curriculum for Milan Boston coaches and access to additional development and college showcase opportunities for Milan players.
“The Milan Boston – GPS partnership will be an example of how collaborating and sharing resources between like-minded clubs can lead to an enhanced player development experience for players,” said Joe Bradley, General Manager of Global Premier Soccer. “Milan Boston and MPS have developed our programs in similar communities over the years and have always enjoyed a positive relationship. After a significant period of due diligence by both groups, we have been able to establish a partnership that will provide value to the players, families and coaching staff of Milan Boston as we welcome them into the GPS family.”
“GPS Milan Boston families will now have access to the GPS network of tournaments and leagues, GPS Regional teams, residential and college education camps, and summer programs for a start,” said GPS Milan Boston Technical Director, Bill Walker. “Sid Mazzola and I will continue to operate the club and are extremely happy to have the support of Joe and Peter Bradley and all the GPS staff.”
For more information please contact Sid Mazzola on 617.527.0100 or firstname.lastname@example.org