On Wednesday WOSPAC signed a new agreement with Gavà Handball Club to expand their sporting and professional capabilities and thus incorporate handball as a new WOSPAC sport. Alex Bosacoma, CEO of WOrld SPort ACademy (WOSPAC), and Joan Castañera, President of CH Gavà, signed the agreement at a ceremony held at the facilities of the club In Gavà, Jacme March Pavilion.
The head of WOSPAC, Alex Bosacoma, said that “This agreement with CH Gavà not only opens WOSPAC’s sporting possibilities with a new sport, but it also allows the development and exportation of the Spanish handball sports model to other parts of the world. We are pleased to work hand in hand with a benchmark Catalan and Spanish handball club. It is an honour to have them and, without a doubt, we will achieve great things for handball.”
Meanwhile, the President of the Catalan club, Joan Castañera has thanked “The collaboration and support from WOSPAC has provided our club with an international projection, in addition to supporting a minority sport. From the beginning, when our technical director spoke to us of the project, we saw that because of the way we work, we could generate interesting synergies thanks to WOSPAC”.
CH Gavà, an opportunity for handball lovers
Gavà Handball Club is a club that was founded more than 50 years and one that wants to continue writing their story in the world of handball, now alongside WOSPAC. With clear objectives: grow as a club, identify national and international talent and find the best ways to make boys and girls continue training to become the handball professionals.
As pointed out by Castañera: “minority sports such as handball, in the near future, will be on the rise, and have the opportunity to place the club in a safe and privileged position that will help us to emerge in this joint project with WOSPAC. Hard work accompanied by the best professionals and with the best tools, no doubt, are the ideal combination to achieve success.”