Hong Kong: AFC took another positive step forward in its effort to raise the standard of football medicine in Asia by signing a MoU with Hong Kong Football Association for the AFC Travelling Fellowship Programme for Football Medicine.
New Delhi: The All India Football Federation is aiming to make the next AFC Conference on Science and Football Medicine which the nation will host in 2015 a huge success.
Colombo: The ‘FIFA 11 for Health’ football-based health education programme for children and youth is currently in full swing in the capital of Sri Lanka, the second AFC member association to hold the event.
Colombo: AFC has successfully organised the second MRI for Age Determination Regional Seminar for radiologists in Sri Lanka in its effort to ensure that each Member Association can seek correct professional advice should the need arise.
Kuala Lumpur: The AFC Medical Committee, which met on Tuesday under the chairmanship of Dato’ Dr. Gurcharan Singh (Malaysia), decided to award the hosting rights of the 5th AFC Conference on Science and Football Medicine 2015 to India.
Colombo: The FIFA ‘11 for Health’ football-based health education programme for children is set to kick off in Sri Lanka in a co-operation between the Football Federation of Sri Lanka and the government.
New Delhi: FIFA Chief Medical Officer Prof. Jiri Dvorak has said the ongoing FIFA/AFC Football Medicine Regional Course in the Indian capital offers an optimum level of football medicine knowledge to all participating nations.