HYDERABAD: Indian Super League side Hyderabad FC has announced a strategic tie-up with Spanish club Marbella FC, with the clubs signing a three-year association.
The Andalusia-based club currently plays in the Segunda División B, having narrowly missed out on promotion last season.
Through this tie-up, Hyderabad FC shall be at liberty to avail the facilities and infrastructure of Marbella FC for conducting pre-season for HFC’s first team players, and will also have the opportunity of utilizing their Medical personnel and facilities.
Hyderabad FC co-owner Varun Tripuraneni said: “The strategic tie-up allows us to explore a lot of opportunities that will help Hyderabad FC on the technical side of the game. For starters, the top young players in our first and reserve team will head to Marbella for an extended training period, once travel opens up.”
Marbella FC general manager Héctor Morales is convinced that this alliance will bring great benefits to both clubs.
Apart from gaining their sporting and technical assistance, Hyderabad FC will also have options to loan players, as well as sign and invest in players strategically as part of the tie-up for both sides.