The Paulista Football Federation (FPF) has signed a cooperation agreement with LaLiga, the association that organizes the Spanish championship.
EXCHANGE OF PASSES
The agreement will last two years and foresees a series of exchange actions, still being delineated, in courses, competitions, women's soccer and marketing.
“LaLiga has become an entertainment industry, and we want to pursue this benchmark to strengthen and modernize São Paulo football,” says former national team player Mauro Silva, vice president of the FPF.
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