Sheffield FC Director Returns From China Partnership Mission

30th October 2018

Sheffield FC Director Chris Dolby has had a busy two weeks out in China, visiting Sport and Education Departments across three different provinces.

Chris traveled to Wuhan, Chongqing, and Kunming looking at potential Football and Education partnership for the World First Football Club and our current U.K based education partners. Chris comments "The trip proved to be a real success, and has allowed me to meet so many people who share the same passionate for Education and Football. I am confident we have met the right people who we will look to develop a long term partnership with." About Sheffield FC Sheffield FC are recognized by FIFA and the FA as the first and oldest football club in the World. Over the past few years Sheffield FC have achieved global recognition and put our city region on the map. Our USP of being the first is something we all should be proud of and we now seek support to further our reach and deliver something special for the region. Please click the link HERE to see the benefits of the 1857 club Sheffield FC's unique business partnership. If would like to chat about this, and any other ways Sheffield FC and your business can work together, please email me directly on or call me directly, 07881 640044

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