FC Loro joins CF Montréal's Scouting and Development Centre

MONTRÉAL – CF Montréal announced on Friday the addition of a sixth Quebec amateur club to its Scouting and Development Centre (CIP), FC Loro (previously Adrénaline and Club de soccer Lorraine-Rosemère).

FC Loro joins the other five clubs already associated to the Academy’s development program (in chronological order): Club de soccer St-Lazare Hudson, Club de soccer Mont-Royal Outremont, Association de soccer Saint-Lambert, Club de soccer de Boucherville and Mistral de Sherbrooke.

The summer training sessions of the CIP program will be for FC Loro’s U8 to U12 players, boys and girls. Subscriptions will open in mid-May for the program starting in June.

“We are really happy to add FC Loro to our network of the CIP’s partner clubs,” said CF Montréal Academy director Patrick Leduc. “We share a common vision of player development with this club. This partnership will help them establish a direct link with CF Montréal’s Academy and will open the door to many collaborative projects between our organizations.”

“FC Loro wants to thank CF Montréal for its engagement with the communities of Lorraine and Rosemère and the Laurentians region,” mentioned CF Loro president John Paul Moutinho. “The arrival of the Scouting and Development Centre will give our players an opportunity to develop in an Academy that has the highest standards in all of Quebec. We are blessed and proud to have the chance to host them here and help FC Loro continue its mission to becoming the reference club for developing talent in the Laurentians.”

“We are extremely proud that CF Montréal chose FC Loro to offer its development program, which will help share CF Montréal’s technical expertise with the soccer community of Lorraine and Rosemère,” noted FC Loro sporting director Massimo Di Ioia. “This partnership is part of FC Loro’s huge shift and is perfectly aligned with our long-term vision of bringing the club to the next level and offering our municipalities programs of high quality. We are also honoured to be the first club in the Laurentians region to offer this program. Our summer season will be very exciting!”

Launched on July 2, 2019, the CIP is a high-level development program organized by the Club’s Academy and its educators, who go directly in the participating amateur clubs. This initiative offers training sessions that follow the Academy’s pedagogy and methodology to girls and boys according to the deal in place. The program shares the club’s values of strengthening the links with Quebec’s amateur soccer community, while allowing CFMTL to widen its network of young players identified and followed by the club.

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