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Seoul E-Land said it will participate in the 2023 K-League K-WIN Cup Women's Soccer Tournament at Jecheon Football Center in Chungcheongbuk-do on the 14th with the newly organized "RE:ESSA" team (hereinafter referred to as LISA).
In response, Seoul E-Land held a ceremony in the 35th round home game of Hana One Q K League 2 2023 against Gyeongnam FC on the 7th and began a full-fledged race to win with a lot of encouragement from the Seoul E-Land team and fans before the tournament.
Seoul E-Land and ESSA have a special connection. Through the Smile School event in 2015, 2018, and recently in June, students who participated in the event reunited to participate in the Queen Cup in the name of Seoul E-Land and Lyssa after graduation.
Smile School, which aims to expand the base of soccer, has gone beyond simple fun to Ewha Womans University students and their hobbies and daily lives. After putting on the name of Seoul E-Land, the competition served as an opportunity to bring together seniors and juniors who were not often seen after graduation from 2012 to 20.
The LISA team, which has been together for a long time and boasts a strong unity, expressed its extraordinary will by actively participating in five weeks of training in Seoul despite living in other areas of long distance, such as Pyeongtaek, Gyeonggi-do, and Jangseong, Jeollanam-do. And he is determined to repay his relationship with the club, which led to Smile School, with good performances in this K-WIN Cup tournament.
Oh A-ra, who took charge of the captain's team, said, "Seoul E-Land visited the school when he was a student and made him realize the fun of soccer, which allowed seniors and juniors to regroup. I think it will be a meaningful competition because it is a club that gave us the first start, he said. "We will try to make meaningful memories for each other as well as good performances."
Monday, October 9, 2023