Gimcheon Sangmu held a children’s colliding for the first time in the K League.
On the 19th, Gimcheon held a children’s collider selection contest at their home game against Chungnam Asan FC in the 22nd round of the Hana OneQ K League 2 2023. The selected collaborators collaborated with the supporters in the second half of the game. The official children’s collider is the only one of its kind in the K League. 카지노사이트 The children’s collider selection was held to establish a novel and new cheering culture unique to Gimcheon.
Despite being a new endeavor in the K League, the enthusiasm of the young fans in Gimcheon was high. Colliding videos of children were sent to the club’s email. In addition to the children wearing the team’s uniforms, they were also filmed surrounded by various team MDs, such as team autographed balls, dolls, and flags. After the first round of qualifiers, 10 children were selected based on a comprehensive evaluation of various aspects. The children who passed the preliminary round competed in the main round at the outfield booth before the start of the home game, and the first through third place winners were determined.
The first place winner was Kim Jio (8), a student at Bongok Elementary School in Gumi. “I always liked cheers, so I decided to participate. It was nerve-wracking and fun to participate. On the other hand, I feel like I could have done better,” he said.
The three students who were selected as children’s collaborators played as children’s collaborators at the home game against Chungnam Asan on the 19th and the away game against Gyeongnam FC on the 23rd.
Second place winner Choi Yoo-gun (11) said, “I felt like a leader when I tried colliding. My nerves disappeared and I gained confidence. I’m a goalkeeper for the Gimcheon Youth Team, and I hope my favorite player, Kim Jun-hong, can hear my cheers.”
The three young collaborators not only cheered for the team, but also attended home and away games. They are united in their support for Gimcheon and are with Gimcheon in their daily lives.
Kang Joo-young (13), the third place winner, said, “I bought a season ticket this season and follow all home games. I also attend away weekend games to support Gimcheon. Not only colliding, but also drumming seems to fit my aptitude. I want to be the 12th warrior and join the players with various cheers.”
Gimcheon is planning to hold various events to revitalize the cheering culture at home games.