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Mongolia hosts historic FIFA Forward Workshop
Central Asia | sport | 11:40, 03 August 2018 | 555

AKIPRESS.COM - A historic FIFA Forward Workshop was held in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia from 29-30 July, with 11 Member Associations (MAs) from the East and South East Asian region taking part, FIFA said on Thursday.

The first FIFA event hosted by the Mongolian Football Federation (MFF) since its inception in 1959 saw two days of productive activities, which highlighted the benefits that funding from the FIFA Forward Programme can bring to MAs.

The workshop, divided into several sessions over the two days, included discussions on the first cycle of the FIFA Forward Development Programme, and what the future of FIFA Forward looks like in the 2019-2022 cycle. There was also a case study into the Icelandic Football Association's use of FIFA Forward funds, presented by Geir Thorsteinsson (the former president of the Icelandic FA) and discussions on women's football and how to correctly submit a FIFA Forward application.

“On behalf of the entire Mongolian football family, I very much appreciate the fact that FIFA has decided to organise such a prestigious event in my country," said Ganbaatar Amgalanbaatar, MFF President. "I am also happy that the FIFA Workshop provided very important information on the Forward Development Programme which has really enhanced the development of football throughout the world, including Mongolia.

"The financial support provided to the MFF has enabled us to support our national teams in nine age categories including women’s and futsal. We have also prioritised women’s football as a key goal in our strategic objectives. I would like to end by saying that MFF and FIFA are one team with one goal."

Representing FIFA in Mongolia were Sanjeevan Balasingam, FIFA's Regional MA Director (Asia and Oceania), Daniel O'Toole, from FIFA's Financial Governance Programme, Juerg Nepfer, FIFA's Head of Technical Development Services and Geir Thorsteinsson, member of FIFA's Associations Committee.

Member Associations in attendance

  • ​China PR
  • Guam
  • Hong Kong
  • Japan
  • Korea Republic
  • Korea DPR
  • Macau
  • Mongolia
  • Philippines
  • Thailand
  • Vietnam
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