African Football Executive Confex
The 4th African Football Executive Confex will take place on April 10-11 in Johannesburg, South Africa.
African Football leaders, NGOs, sponsors, and federations will gather to discuss problems in African Football and various solutions. Various topics including sponsorship, social media, talent identification, and more will be discussed at the conference.
Speakers for the conference have been announced and can be found here.
The two day conference will feature keynote speakers, panel discussions, and talks given by high level speakers.
For more information about the conference click here. Registration information will be available when it is announcef.
Asian Football Development Project Roundtable
A roundtable entitled “Football and Medicine – The Way Forward in Asia” will be held in Amman, Jordan on Feb. 22 as part of the Asian Football Development Project.
Dr. Andrew Deaner, who saved Bolton Wanderers player Fabrice Muamba’s life, will lead the discussion featuring many leading football doctors.
The roundtable will be chaired by HRH Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein.
For more information on the roundtable click here.
Soccerex 2014 Asian Forum
The Soccerex Asian Forum will take place in Jordan in May. The conference will take place on May 13-14 at the King Hussein Bin Talal Convention Center.
Former Manchester United captain Bryan Robson announced his participation in the Asian Forum.
“I have witnessed the growth of football in Asia through numerous visits to the continent during my career and as a Manchester United and Soccerex ambassador,” Robson said in a statement.
“It will however be my first trip to Jordan and I’m excited to learn more about this historic country.”
Soccerex and the Asian Football Development Project are partnering to stage the event.
Soccerex CEO Duncan Revie and FIFA vice president Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein of Jordan recently inked the partnership in the Middle Eastern nation to create a new event for 2014.
“It is an honour to be bringing Soccerex to Jordan. The country is the gateway to Asia, an immensely populous region with a huge passion for football and huge potential for business,” Soccerex CEO Duncan Revie said in a statement.
“I am delighted Soccerex can play a part in that through the Soccerex Asian Forum.”
By INSIDER’s Aaron Bauer
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