The Football Association reduces the fees for licensing, issuing and renewing private academies in the country
Rashid bin Humaid presided over the 13th meeting of the Football Association.
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The Football Association Board of Directors decided to reduce the licensing, issuance and renewal of the country's football academies to 1,000 dirhams, with the aim of increasing the number of football practitioners in the country, and encouraging those in charge of the academies to care about the youth and polish their talents, through training programs and joint tournaments, and the Football Association stipulated that The license is linked to the registration of all players in all the academies of the official association records, indicating that workshops will be held for academy officials, to listen to their opinions and suggestions.
This came during the 13th Board of Directors meeting, which was held yesterday at the Federation headquarters in Dubai, chaired by Sheikh Rashid bin Humaid Al Nuaimi, President of the Federation, in the presence of the members.
The Football Association said, in a statement yesterday: “The competition committee’s recommendation was approved to cancel the competitions of the Sunni stages under 18 years and under for the 2020-2021 sports season, and to cooperate with the sports councils to organize special tournaments in each emirate, under the supervision of the Football Association and to address the rest of the clubs if they wish. To participate in these tournaments, provided that the registration process of players continues according to the dates and procedures specified in the annual circular of the conditions and transfers of players, and the clubs are given the freedom to continue training for these groups, in accordance with the precautionary measures, while 43 new referees were approved, who had passed the freshmen round.
The statement added: “The Council approved the joining of Dr. Ahmed Suleiman and Counselor Ammar Al-Ali to the membership of the Regulations Revision Committee, and approved the apology of Chancellor Aisha Al-Tunaiji for the membership of the Committee, while the results of the coordination meetings held between the Football Association and the Emirates Center for Sports Arbitration were reviewed.” .
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