Members of Rwanda Football Federation (FERWAFA) have backed businessman Olivier Nizeyimana to lead them in the next four years after voting for him during an extraordinary general assembly held on Sunday, June 27 at Lemigo Hotel, Kigali.
When the hurricane hit, the Scottish FA donated funds to ensure the Bahamas FA was able to purchase vital equipment to enable it to continue to play and develop the game.
If passion and raw enthusiasm for growing women’s football is any gauge, then the Pacific is set to richly benefit from Emma Evans. Appointed as OFC’s Women’s Football Development Officer in early 2019, Evans has set about developing the women’s game right across the Pacific from the ground up.
OFC will invest an unprecedented NZD$43 million directly into football development in 2021 and 2022.
We have signed an agreement with the Mexican Football Federation [FMF], which will see the two organisations collaborate with a view to improving the potential and quality of football operations across England and Mexico.
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.
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.
The Scottish FA has launched Give for Grassroots, a new support fund that will allow fans of Scottish football to help grassroots clubs continue to provide for children within their local communities.
OFC’s Football Development department is operating a range of training courses while the coronavirus pandemic continues to bite.
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