Gwangju FC announced in a press release on the 3rd that it declared ‘Gwangju FC 2030 New Vision’ at the Gwangju Soccer Stadium. The new vision is ‘Gwangju FC, trusted by citizens and loved by fans’.
In order to achieve a new vision, Gwangju ▲’creating a workable organization’ through a unified organizational system and performance-oriented employee evaluation ▲’improving the team’s management method’ to expand the team’s discretion and attracting corporate sponsorship ▲’through community-friendly activities of the team’ Formation of consensus among citizens and pursuit of coexistence’ ▲ ▲Four strategies are being promoted, including ‘Youth football of opportunity and growth’ to create a football culture that can be enjoyed regardless of victory and defeat, and to nurture excellent players related to the region.
In addition, by integrating the secretary general and the head of the management support department, the command system will be unified and the board’s check and supervision function for club operation will be strengthened.
To ensure transparency and objectivity in player recruitment, the team operation committee includes doctors, lawyers, and scouts to systematize player verification. It systematically manages excellent U-15 and U-18 players, and manages systematic training and growth by age through the operation of a general youth director.
In addition, off-season talent donation soccer classes, hobby classes, family-friendly soccer events, etc. are reborn as ‘playing football ‘스포츠토토.
This promotion strategy reflects the results of the management evaluation conducted for the first time since the foundation with the inauguration of Rodong Il as CEO in November of last year. Management evaluation was conducted by an external accounting firm for objective evaluation, and management improvement measures were derived.
In the future, the club plans to subdivide and promote tasks for each strategy and speed up management innovation.
Roh Roh-il, the new CEO, said, “The ultimate goal of the new vision is to provide joy to citizens and to secure financial resources for sustainable club management. We will create a radically different Gwangju with exciting matches for the athletes and active sponsorship for the front desk.” said he was determined.
Gwangju Mayor Kang Ki-jeong, the owner of the club, encouraged, “Of course, Gwangju’s goal is to win, but we need to receive enthusiastic love from the fans before winning. I hope that Gwangju, a civic club, will take the lead in creating Gwangju of community unity, opportunity and growth.”
Along with the proclamation ceremony, Gwangju also held an inauguration ceremony for the new CEO Rodong Il.
Meanwhile, Gwangju confirmed promotion to K-League 1 by winning the K-League 2 last year.