We are very excited to announce a new partnership with Leyton Orient Football Club.
Formed in 1881, Leyton Orient is the second oldest professional football club in London, based in the East End of the city.
They compete in League Two, the fourth tier of the English football league system and are known to their fans by their nickname "the O's"
The "O's" play at the Breyer Group Stadium and their owner is U.S. based businessman Nigel Travis.
As part of Nordic's partnership with Leyton Orient, we will be able to offer to our families:
1. Streaming access to Leyton Orient games.
2. Live Zoom chat's with Leyton Orient staff and players.
3. Access to Leyton Orient youth academy coaching curriculum and training programs.
4. Summer camps in VT with Leyton Orient coaching staff.
5. Overseas trips to England with access to Leyton Orient training facility, stadium and games.
To kick off our partnership with Leyton Orient we will be hosting a Zoom chat with O's players in the New Year where Nordic players will get the chance to listen in as the "O's" prepare for an upcoming League Two game.
Families will then have the opportunity to stream the game to follow the "O's"
Leyton Orient's philosophy promotes developing confident, respectful, enthusiastic and trustworthy young athletes, both boys and girls, as well as creating exciting, adaptable players who can go on to play at the highest level.
They are proud of their record of producing many young players that have progressed to play first-team football, either in their first team or at various other clubs across all levels, including the English Premier League.
The club's training methodology is trusted by club's high up in England's pyramid system, including neighboring Premier League teams. The "O's" have welcomed many of their young players to come to Leyton Orient on loan to further their education and experience in becoming a professional footballer. This includes current England captain Harry Kane, Andros Townsend and George Marsh from Tottenham Hotspur; Charlie Daniels at Bournemouth FC, Kevin Campbell at Arsenal FC, Michael Obafemi (Southampton) and Steven Alzate (Brighton)