TU Delft Sports Engineering Institute | FC volendam initiates partnership with the TU Delft and EXO-L
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FC volendam initiates partnership with the TU Delft and EXO-L

13 Sep FC volendam initiates partnership with the TU Delft and EXO-L

FC Volendam keeps improving their training facilities for both their selection, Jong Volendam and for the youth education programme. Yet again, the club takes the lead in the world of professional soccer and is the first club that will start using the EXO-L for all its selection athletes. To prevent ankle injuries occurring to our athletes, we have started a collaboration with the designer of the EXO-L ankle brace. The EXO-L is an invention of Marcel Fleuren, who started the development of the product during his studies at the TU Delft. After five years of continued development, the ankle brace is now completely ready and has already been worn by several professional athletes, with great results. Currently, five FC Volendam players are already wearing an EXO-L brace. Recently, Bert Steltenpool, Daniel van Son, Nick Runderkamp, Daan Klinkenberg and Ties Evers received their EXO-L.

FC Volendam is very pleased with the collaboration and Marcel Fleuren, CEO and founder of EXO-L is also quite content. “It’s great to make this step into the world of soccer. From here on out, we will start to conquer the world of soccer.”

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