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Emzee FC training

About Us

EMZEE FOOTBALL CLUB is a non-profit youth soccer club officially recognized by PEJABAT PESURUHJAYA SUKAN MALAYSIA (Malaysia National Sports Council) on 28th July 2017 with registration number 8955/2017. The club was founded to give players access to progressive playing philosophies and advanced levels of coaching. Our focus on quality over quantity is to help players succeed in a competitive but ultimately fun learning environment, focusing on individual athletes rather than team results.

Our mission

The mission of EFC (EMZEE FOOTBALL CLUB) is to provide all soccer players aged 10 to 24 with the opportunity to learn, develop high levels of physical and technical ability and compete at the highest level in an environment that balances fun with a work ethic that encourages players to do their best.

Our vision

The vision of EFC (EMZEE FOOTBALL CLUB) is to have the best football academy in Malaysia recognized for excellence in player and coach development programs, sportsmanship and competition for players of all genders, abilities and ages.

Our philosophy

We take a 'player-centric' approach, providing more individualized expert coaching and guidance, allowing each player to learn and grow at their own pace over the long term. We want our players to be entertained as individuals, we want to entertain parents and coaches through games, and we want to entertain our opponents too! Win or lose, it's no coincidence that we still receive comments from opposing coaches and parents praising our team's performance. "Winning football doesn't always mean entertaining football, and entertaining doesn't always mean winning football."

Our style of play

Our style of play – a result of the freedom that allows individuals and teams to train and be creative as a group – is highly attacking and possession oriented. We play fast transition football where the goalkeeper plays from behind being the twelfth (12) player on the field.

Our Collaboration

EMZEE FOOTBALL CLUB is proud to be the only International Club Partner of the Celtic Soccer Academy in Southeast Asia. An agreement that runs until 2025. As a club partner of Europe's top youth soccer academies, young footballers aged 8-24 who residing in Malaysia will have the opportunity to learn and develop their football skills and train "The Celtic Way".

About Celtic Football Club

The Celtic Football Club, commonly known as Celtic, is a Scottish professional football club based in Glasgow, which plays in the Scottish Premiership. The club was founded in 1887 but played their first match in May 1888, a friendly match against Rangers which Celtic won 5–2. Celtic was established with the purpose of alleviating poverty in the immigrant Irish population in the East End of Glasgow. 

Celtic football club is one of only five clubs in the world to have won over 100 trophies in their history. Celtic football club is the first British club to win the UEFA Champions League back in 1967. They have won 53 League titles, 37 Scottish FA Cups and 21 Scottish League Cups most recently in February 2023. Celtic are also known for producing professional players in Europe, with 19 Celtic Academy graduates playing in the UEFA Champions League since 2001, making them one of the most successful clubs in European football. Among the notable players who have worn the green and white for Celtic are Kenny Dalglish, Henrik Larsson, Jimmy Johnstone, Carlton Cole, Ian Wright, Freddie Ljungberg, Georgios Samaras, Paolo Di Canio, Shunsuke Nakamura, Kieran Tierney, Joe Hart, Fraser Forster, Efe Ambrose, Virgil van Dijk, Callum McGregor and many more.

Celtic Soccer Academy

The Celtic Soccer Academy provides players (boys & girls) with the opportunity to learn to play the Celtic way. Hosted at locations throughout Greater Glasgow and beyond, we offer a fantastic range of coaching programs for young players to attend. The Soccer Academy runs a unique club partnership program which aims to not only develop young players but provide a coach education opportunity for their coaches.

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