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The Biggest Sports Collaboration in Nigeria is here: Concepts Sports Academy Abuja partners 2TwoSix Global Concepts

If you were not in Abuja to witness the biggest merger of two sports enthusiast organization, then you can at least read it here...

Concepts Sports Academy Abuja (COSA), is the first full time academic/sports school in the whole of the federal territory. The academy runs both British and Nigerian Curriculum at all levels: Crèche, Nursery, Primary and Secondary.Concept Sports Academy offers a great opportunity for the child to develop great skill and confidence in sports, while continuing with further quality education. The school ensures that every child in the academy becomes skilled and self-disciplined on and off the pitch, as an intelligent sports personality capable of making his/her way in the world. At COSA, the management helps, to discover talents in schools- kids and children at all levels.COSA uncovers raw talent and also develops the skills of solid performers who train regularly. Many current trainees are in pursuit of professional careers in different areas of sports. However, enthusiastic non-careers sports lovers are welcome and will benefit from the opportunities provided: To work under experienced coaches; To develop both team and individual skills.The academy has avenues for player development pathway to regional, national and international levels with their School, Concepts University College London United Kingdom.

2Twosix Global Concepts Abuja is a company set up to focus on talent hunts, events and projects management. We are committed to creating unique, inventive and exceptional ideas in events and projects management. Handling events right from conception to execution. their main focus being complete event coordination from conceptual design, planning and organization to the hassle free management of all note-worthy occasions. Organizers of 2Twosix Lawn Tennis Tournament which holds annually in Transcorp Hilton Hotel Abuja for kids 4 to 16 years.
Kids in Abuja and its environs participate in this annual sport tournament. Parents and sponsors are also not left out in the determination of eventual winners, while they proceed to the lawn tennis academy for continuous training. Amateurs have become professionals over the years. 

This partnership will give birth to Nigeria's biggest sports talent hunt competition for young sports lovers in football, lawn tennis, taekwando, track and field events, volley ball, hand ball, dancing competition etc
The Unity Cup Tournament being organized by COSA  and 2Twosix Global Concepts is meant to improve and promote the opportunities of those young Nigerians to be discovered and further positioned as future champions. COSA parades a number of professional football coaches who will train and mould the young ones into stars of our time. Therefore, the Unity Cup Tournament is a stepping stone to greater heights, especially for those who want to play professional football locally and internationally.

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