FIFA to Meet with Football Associations to Discuss Future Men's Football | Read
The body governing football in the World Cup, FIFA will meet with footballers, coaches, and representatives from the six continents in the coming days. This meeting is organized to discuss the future of Men's football in the world.
FIFA released an official article for the meeting on its official website on Tuesday, September 7th, 2021.
A group of top footballers and coaches from six continents is joining FIFA Chief of Global Football Development Arsene Wenger this week as part of the ongoing consultation process on the future of global football. The group is part of a new Technical Advisory Group (TAG) on the future of men's football, which is providing FIFA with direct insight and experiences from professional footballers and coaches from across the spectrum of the international game with an aggregate of over 3,000 international appearances and more than 300 FIFA World Cup matches between them, to discuss potential alternatives to the current organisation of the men's game with an emphasis on making football truly global and giving talent and every region a chance.
The organization is conducting a consultation across football to reflect on the future of global football. The future of women's football has been created and will be led by the FIFA Women's World Cup-winning coach Jill Ellis.