Amman: Jordan has set its sights to qualify for the Olympics Women’s Football Tournament in 2020 and FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023, a target that the nation will work hard to achieve through its involvement in the AFC Women’s Assistance Programme.
Kuala Lumpur: It is finally graduation day on Saturday for members of the last batch of the AFC Project Future Coaches programme after two years of intensive and rigorous training.
Paju: Participants of an ongoing AFC ‘A’ Football Coaching Certificate Course in Korea Republic have hailed the quality of the course saying it will spur further growth in their coaching career.
Beirut: Twenty-four coaches took part in a FIFA-AFC grassroots instructor course in Lebanon which concluded on Sunday.
Bandar Seri Begawan: A National Football Grassroots Festival was recently organised by the National Football Association of Brunei Darussalam which attracted more than 300 children aged six to 12 years old.
Kuala Lumpur: AFC President Shaikh Salman bin Ebrahim Al Khalifa has stressed on the need to raise the technical standards of Asian teams in order to challenge the top names in the world.
Bishkek: The Football Federation of Kyrgyz Republic has held the first grassroots festival in the central Asian nation, a pivotal step towards a grassroots programme which is set to kick off by the spring of 2014.