ASEAN Football Federation concludes third Digital Learning Webinar

ASEAN Football Federation, in partnership with the Qatar Football Federation and Josoor Institute, yesterday concluded the third webinar through the “Digital Learning” aimed to focus aspects of major sporting events to be held in the post-covid era.
The online event was held from 12 to 14 July.
ASEAN Football Federation president Major-General Khiev Sameth said, “Like the previous instalments, this third webinar has armed the participants from our respective national associations with critical information and in-depth knowledge that will benefit them in their football operations. I thank the speakers and experts who delivered insightful presentations and shared their experiences with us over the last three days”.
“On behalf of the AFF, I would like to express our thanks to the Qatar FA, officials from QFA and AFF involved with organizing this event. We also record our appreciation to Jasoor Institute for developing this webinar series”, the ASEAN Football Federation president added.
Next, Mr Saoud Al-Mohannadi, QFA’s Vice-President said, “Building on a common understanding of the importance to extending capacity in the football industry across the ASEAN region, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic, we were delighted to collaborate with the ASEAN Football Federation and partner with the Josoor Institute, within the spirit and framework of the Memorandum of Understanding signed in 2019.”— GNLM

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