The partnership agreement which was signed in October last year at a ceremony in Mecca will see the players of the juvenile Ghanaian club get opportunities to have their players travel to Saudi Arabia to train with superior facilities at the Al Wehda Sports Complex.
Al Wehda will also have the option to sign some of these players once they meet their expectations.
Lizzy Sports FC, an offshoot of the Lizzy Sports Complex owned by former France captain Marcel Desailly will also benefit from the provision of kits, equipment, logistical and technical support from Al Wehda.
Sporting director of Lizzy Sports FC Jamil Maraby believes the partnership will offer unique opportunities for their juvenile players to realize their full potential of being professional footballers.
“Lizzy Sports is interested in the development of the numerous talents in Ghana and this partnership will provide us further basis and the platform to do so,” he said.
Lizzy Sports FC operate U-17, U-15 and U-13 sides that play in the colts (juvenile) leagues in the country.
The juvenile Ghanaian side plan to secure similar partnerships with clubs in Europe