Referees prepare for FIFA Futsal World Cup 2021

Referees from across the globe, including ASEAN and Asian regions, are now preparing for the upcoming FIFA Futsal World Cup 2021, which is scheduled to be held from 12 September to 3 October 2021, according to the football authorities.
Special decisions for the work parts of the tourney were made by the FIFA Referee Committee Chairman Pierluigi Collina and FIFA Director of Refereeing Massimo Busacca, according to the Asian Football Confederation. Ahead of the tourney, Brian Hall, member of FIFA’s Referees Committee supervising Futsal said, “The Road to Lithuania 2021 is a first in the preparation of FIFA’s best Futsal referees and speaks highly of FIFA’s focus to provide the highest quality officials for their top Futsal competition”.
“It highlights FIFA’s commitment to providing only the best referees for the Futsal World Cup. Every effort is being made to engage the pool of referee candidates almost nine months prior to the first match. As the referees begin their journey on the Road to Lithuania, they will be challenged both mentally and physically, and they will need to earn the right to step on the pitch in Lithuania. The aim is to reach uniformity and consistency in their way of officiating games and in taking decisions”, Brian Hall added. —GNLM

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