As part of its overall vision to globalise football and accelerate the growth of women’s football, FIFA has today published a landmark report on the development and professionalisation of elite women’s football landscape around the world.
2019/20 was a year like no other in the history of European club football. COVID-19 had a seismic impact on the world and even brought football to a complete standstill. This year’s Annual Report outlines ECA’s key activities during and prior to the pandemic and includes messages from the ECA Chairman, ECA CEO, UEFA President, and ECA Independent Executive Board Member Michele Centenaro.
Very positive, despite the many tough discussions we had about this upcoming season and the decisions that needed to be taken.
World Rugby has announced that $2.5million will be allocated amongst the Rugby Sevens teams qualified for the Tokyo Olympics in order to cope with the disruption to the annual calendar after two rounds of the World Sevens Series were cancelled.
The NBA Board of Governors announced today that it will contribute $300 million in initial funding to establish the first-ever NBA Foundation dedicated to creating greater economic empowerment in the Black community. The Foundation is being launched in partnership with the National Basketball Players Association.
The international olympic committee (ioc) anticipates that it will have to bear costs of up to usd 800 million for its part of the responsibilities for the organisation of the olympic games tokyo 2020, its own extended operations and the support for the wider olympic movement. This amount will be covered by the ioc itself, including any funding from the olympic foundation.
The Bureau of the FIFA Council has today decided to appoint a normalisation committee for the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) in accordance with art. 8 par. 2 of the FIFA Statutes.
OFC’s Football Development department has been assisting the Kiribati Islands Football Federation (KIFF) with an aim to grow the game in the small Micronesian nation.
MUNICH (Germany) - FIBA Europe, supported by the European Union, is launching an exciting new project that will hand opportunities to the next generation of female coaches and referees.
International Paralympic Committee president Andrew Parsons has said that no nation will miss the rescheduled Tokyo Paralympics due to financial struggles.
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