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Khabib and Clarence Seedorf launch MMA integrated soccer school in Canada

LockerRoom Team
16 July 2022

Former UFC champion Khabib Nurmagomedov and Dutch Football legend Clarence Seedorf are joining hands together to launch MMA integrated soccer school in Toronto, Canada.

The MMA integrated soccer school by Khabib and Seedorf will be called the SK Performance club and the school aims to provide a platform for kids who aspire to become athletes.

“We share the same life mission, being both committed to giving back to the community and positively influence the next generation. Seedorf Khabib Performance Club will improve technical and life skills to create healthy and good people,” a statement on the website read.

The website also states that the school is a result of the friendship between Seedorf and Khabib.

“Our mission is to share the values that unite us with the kids in the world promoting intercultural knowledge, equality, inclusion and respect, using sport to facilitate the positive impact we want to have. Our friendship has translated into the Seedorf Khabib Performance Club and we wish our brotherhood to be an inspiration to the world. – Clarence Seedorf & Khabib Nurmagomedov,” the mission statement read.

Interestingly, the club is also advertised as ‘the first club where football meets martial arts’.

Khabib and Seedorf are two names that have their own space in the sporting world. Khabib recently was inducted into the UFC Hall of Fame and retired with a record of 29-0 to his name. Seedorf on the other hand, had 87 caps for the Dutch national team between 1994 and 2008. He also played for clubs like Ajax, Sampdoria, Real Madrid, Inter Milan, AC Milan and Botafogo.

He is mostly remembered for his time at AC Milan where he spent 10 years and appeared in 300 games for the club. Seedorf is regarded as one of the most successful players in UEFA Champions League history, having won the competition three times: once with Ajax in 1995, once with Real Madrid in 1998, and twice with AC Milan in 2003 and 2007.

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