We’ve all heard coaches and athletes talking about how the top sportsmen and sportswomen put in those extra hours on the training field doing the hard graft behind the scenes, but without adequate facilities preparation is restricted and without preparation, performance is limited.
In anticipation of FIFA’s decision to expand the World Cup from 36 to 48 teams from 2026 onwards we have been working closely with governing bodies, sports ministries and corporates to develop world-class sports facilities that enable the national sports talent to take their game to the next level and in the long-run improve the performance of national teams. With qualification to the FIFA World Cup as the main prize, Redstrike is enabling nations to reach their sporting goals.
Read on to find out more.
In November 2016 Redstrike successfully won a bid to carry out a full appraisal of the existing PVF (Promotion Fund for Vietnamese Football Talent) academy and its players in Hanoi. After a full review and analysis our team concluded and presented to the Vingroup, the driving force behind the academy, the new facilities and world class staff would be needed to take the Academy to the next level and provide the right training conditions for the players to develop.
Following this we were appointed on a multi-year consulting contract and with a new 60-acre site just outside Hanoi, construction of the facility began in January 2017.
Fast-forward just eleven months to November 2017 and Redstrike opened the brand new, state-of-the-art PVF Academy. Backed by the Vingroup, one of Vietnam’s largest conglomerates, the new PVF Academy accommodates 300 of the country’s best young footballers (U8-U21). Redstrike has placed European standard coaches, a groundsman and physio who all have relevant UEFA training badges.
Redstrike signed Ryan Giggs to the Academy where he is now Director of Football. In this role Ryan oversees the long-term development of the players; visiting x times a year to coach the young players.
Situated on the outskirts of Hanoi, the Academy is nestled in 60 acres of a new township.
The Academy is available for use by teams from around the world as a training base when in the region.Contact Us
Redstrike are delighted to announce we have agreed a 40% stake in a new football club Kemi City FC, Finland (formerly PS Kemi). We are excited about the prospect of working with the club and local community.
“We are delighted to be able to offer a pathway programme for our global academy players around the world, working with Kemi City FC we can give these players experience of european football. We feel this will be of great benefit to both the club and players and Kemi FC will benefit from having access to a pool of international talent.” – Mike Farnan (CEO, Redstrike)
Redstrike have entered into an exciting partnership with Warrington Town FC and will act as the commercial partner.
Redstrike will exclusively manage and perform all sponsorship activities working closely with the club and existing local partners. We have very ambitious plans jointly with the club along with Toby Macormac the Chairman. The plans include further investment into the club including ground improvements which will enhance the plans to become a full time club and the goal of football league status.
Redstrike Africa are stakeholders in Cape Umoya United Football Club, a South African football club based in Cape Town. The team currently plays in the National Second Division. They were re-established in 2018 following the takeover of defunct, former PSL team, Platinum Stars F.C.
We work with brands and rightsholders to broaden appeal and develop meaningful relationships with fans and customers.
Redstrike represents Macron, the Italian technical sportswear manufacturer, in the UK. We help build the brand and drive growth by sourcing and negotiating long-term partnerships with professional sports clubs.
We also work with individuals looking to extend their brand and the longevity of their commercial value through strategic partnerships. We help drive revenue long-term revenue that secures their well-being beyond sport.
Mike Farnan is Macron’s New Business Development officer in in the UK. Mike has worked with the Italian technical sportswear manufacturer since 2000 helping to grow the brand through sponsorship of football and rugby union clubs. Macron is now ranked by UEFA as the third biggest kit manufacturer in Europe and continues to grow. Key features and strengths of Macron’s bespoke kits include: