Coke Kicks

​Last weekend, 20 May 2017, Coke Kicks marked its 3th roadshow this year. In conjunction with National Awakening Day, the two-day professional soccer training was held in Mataram and participated by no less than 224 participants from surrounding schools from age 10-15, and 32 local trainers.

​Last weekend, 20 May 2017, Coke Kicks marked its 3th roadshow this year. In conjunction with National Awakening Day, the two-day professional soccer training was held in Mataram and participated by no less than 224 participants from surrounding schools from age 10-15, and 32 local trainers. The event commenced with opening remarks from Mataram Vice Governor H, Muhammad Amin SH, MSi, "We always welcome good initiatives, like Coca-Cola Amatil Indonesia and ASA Foundation have been developing through Coke Kicks. We believe this initiative is crucial to build a strong, healthy, smart, and indepent community." Partner up with Asian Soccer Academy (ASA) Foundation, on its 6th year of existence, Coke Kicks 2017 will focus on trainer's development through series of modules involving technical skills and practice guidelines, character building and life skills. Representative from CCAI, Public Affairs and Communication Indah Triyanti stated, "Having been operating in Indonesia for 25 years, community development has always been our main focus. We believe that focusing on local trainers development will create greater impact and have more sustainable benefit for surrounding community."