With the aim to search for future soccer stars, the South China Football Club has joined with Sino Group to launch the Sino South China Football Training Scheme 2010. The scheme aims to provide professional soccer training for residents aged from five to 15 in 62 Sino Clubhouses. There are three stages with eight lessons in each. Students who finish the lessons will be granted official certificates from South China Football Club after each stage. Lessons will be taught by professional coaches from the South China team including well-known local players Chan Siu-ki and Lee Wai-lim, ambassadors for the scheme. Lo said, 'South China will keep a close eye on the students. Talented players may have the opportunity to join South China or Wan Chai South China youth teams for long-term training. We may even discover another football superstar like Chan Siu-ki or Lee Wai-lim.' The scheme is divided into U6, U10, U12 and U15. Lessons will be held on natural turf at the Gold Coast or on artificial turf at the South China Athletic Association. Star students will take part in the Sino South China Cup in August. Enrolment has begun and the scheme runs from February to August 2010. The announcement was made at a press conference on January 21 at Olympian City 2 with Spencer Foo, general manager of Sino Security Service and Steven Lo Kit-sing, chairman of South China Athletic Association Football Management Committee, signing an agreement.