On the sidelines of the inauguration of the new headquarters of the «Viva Medical Center»

The first medical reports of the 2022 World Cup are being presented in Dubai today

From the injury of the Saudi “Al-Akhdar” player, Yasser Al-Shahrani, against Argentina in the 2022 World Cup. Reuters

Today in Dubai, the Medical Department of the International Federation of Football Associations (FIFA) is reviewing the first medical reports for the 2022 World Cup, which was recently held in Qatar, between November 20 and December 18.

This comes as part of the "Football Medicine Forum", which is being hosted by the FIFA Medical Center in Dubai, in cooperation with the International and Asian Federations, and the UAE Football Association, on the occasion of the opening ceremony of its new headquarters in the Al Jaddaf area in Dubai.

This workshop is the first of its kind organized by the FIFA Medical Department to reveal the reports that were prepared during the World Cup, and it will be circulated to the various FIFA member associations later to benefit from it, as it includes new reports and data of interest to the medical devices in clubs and teams in different countries. the scientist.

Dr. Gurcharan Singh, Chairman of the AFC Medical Committee, will participate in the forum, and he will present a workshop to review the Asian experience in coordinating medical programs and unifying the work protocol between the various member federations in the Asian continent.

Dr. Mustafa Al-Sayed Al-Hashemi, Chairman of the Medical Committee of the Emirates Federation, is also participating, and he is reviewing a workshop on the uniqueness of the Emirati experience in the mandatory application of a medical examination before registering players from the first team until the dental stages.

An invitation was extended to doctors of clubs and teams in the Emirates, in addition to medical devices in various Gulf countries, in order to benefit from the medical forum, and the efforts of the “FIFA Medical Center” to develop and qualify medical personnel working in football locally and internationally.

At the end of the medical forum, the opening ceremony of the new headquarters will be held, in the presence of many senior sports figures and state officials, and guests of the ceremony, including Dr. Andy Massey, Director of the FIFA Medical Department.

• FIFA medical reports will be circulated to all member associations of the International Federation of Football Associations.

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