Adidas successfully completed the Adidas Women’s Seoul Futsal Cup held at Adidas The Base Futsal Stadium in Yongsan for two days on the 7th and 8th to commemorate the 2023 FIFA Australia-New Zealand Women’s World Cup.
The Adidas Women’s Seoul Futsal Cup was set up as a venue for a festival for Korean female soccer players to support the successful hosting of the Australia-New Zealand Women’s World Cup and the Korean players’ performance. More than 140 teams applied through pre-registration on the Adidas website, and more than 100 participants from 16 teams recruited from all over the country showed their amazing skills for two days and played passionate games reminiscent of professional leagues, realizing the heat of women’s soccer in Korea.
Son Heung-min, who has been with Adidas for 15 years before the match, attended talk shows, one-on-one lessons and speed challenges to shine. The first “Talk Show” held a special time to share honest thoughts under the theme of “2023 Women’s World Cup and Women’s Amazing Power over Sports, especially Soccer.”
In addition, Son Heung-min generously 메이저놀이터순위 transferred various soccer skills, including his main specialty, winding kick, to women’s soccer clubs, and enjoyed speed challenges with the participants and fell in love with the fun of soccer. Their particularly goal-scoring FC Anabala team also played together as one of the 16 teams, highlighting the scene.
Son Heung-min said, “I know women’s interest in soccer has been hot recently, but I’m getting a lot of energy to actually enjoy soccer,” adding, “I’m going to cheer for the women’s national team players in the upcoming Women’s World Cup.”
Meanwhile, FC Wonder had the honor of winning the round of 16 tournament the next day. FC Wonder Teacher is a women’s club founded in April 2022, and teachers who teach elementary, middle and high school students gathered to overwhelm the field with the power of teachers to win the championship.
The FC Wonder Teacher team, which won the tournament, will be given the opportunity to watch the Korean national team’s Women’s World Cup match in Australia, while runner-up FC Liopeminino and third-place Miracle FS were awarded 2 million won and 1 million won worth of Adidas soccer supplies, respectively.
An official from Adidas said, “Through this women’s futsal tournament, I was able to feel women’s increased interest in soccer once again,” adding, “We will continue the marketing activities of Adidas Football Collective so that more men and women can discover possibilities and have fun in soccer.”