As a poignant step in a growth of a wider inhabitant devise for women’s football in Kuwait, an central FIFA commission – including Emily Shaw, FIFA Head of Women’s Football Development and Governance, Patricia Gonzalez, FIFA Women’s Football Technical Manager, Samar Nassar, FIFA Women’s Football Expert, and Jordan Football Association Executive Committee Member as good as FIFA Consultants Maeve Buckley and Su Carty – recently visited a nation to accommodate with a KFA and WFC and other pivotal stakeholders in a country, and to attend a vital seminar to start drafting a inhabitant long-term plan.
The workshop, that also enclosed successful box studies in women’s football from Jordan and Azerbaijan, directed to brand and set a horizon for a KFA’s women’s football strategy, as good as confirming a continued support from a Public Authority for Sport as a pivotal vital partner in ensuring a successful smoothness of a KFA’s prophesy for women’s football.
Speaking of a workshop, Emily Shaw, FIFA Head of Women’s Football Development, said:
“The corner seminar hosted together with a KFA has supposing an critical event to prominence a poignant swell women’s football has done in Kuwait, as good as identifying how we can work with a KFA and a Women’s Football Committee to serve strengthen structures and pathways for some-more womanlike players in a nation to play football in a future.”
Article source: http://www.fifa.com/news/y=2019/m=3/news=women-s-football-aiming-high-in-kuwait.html