Rangers have celebrated the launch of special Rangers Soccer Schools in Taiwan as the club continue to increase their presence in Asia, namely China.
The Taiwan Schools, in partnership with Master Football Academy, follow on from a similar set of Schools in the Chinese city of Shanghai back in May.
It appears to be the latest step from the Ibrox club to increase their presence in the rapidly expanding football markets of the Eastern world.
🇹🇼 The first-ever Rangers Soccer Schools camp in Taiwan took place recently in partnership with Master Football Academy.
— Rangers Football Club (@RangersFC) August 20, 2019
The video gives an insight into the kind of work Rangers are doing with the kids as they look to develop them as footballers and give them an early education into playing the game.
It’s something they clearly enjoy and on top of being an opportunity to increase the club’s presence in Asia, there’s also the potential to unearth and develop talent.
Club ambassador Mark Hateley travelled to the Asian schools in Shanghai so you can see how big an emphasis Rangers are placing on starting these kinds of ventures.
It’s not just in Asia Rangers have been launching Soccer Schools either. The football club extends a truly global reach.
At the end of May 2019, the Ibrox club announced a new Canadian Soccer Schools partnership [Rangers.co.uk] which involved special camps in Ancaster, Ontario, Canada.
Closer to home, the club also launched special Rangers Soccer Schools in Stornoway on the Isle of Lewis, as the club look to unearth young talent from across the country.