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Global football transfers are on the rise
Did you know that there were more than twice as many amateur transfers as professional transfers in 2022?
Find out more in the Global Transfer Report:
RT @fifamedia: International transfers of male professional players surpass 20,000 for the first time. FIFA has today published the 2022 edition of the Global Transfer Report
RT @FIFAWorldCup: 7 clubs, 1 trophy
We're only one week away from the #ClubWC kicking off in Morocco https://t.co/LESU3ZMHxN
Don’t forget, you have until February 3 to vote for your favourite strike of 2022 ahead of this year’s #TheBest Awards: https://t.co/mIr3DU8P0V https://t.co/miypBEqH9w
Another early contender for the 2023 Puskás Award from @SDHuesca defender @pulido_24?!
Introducing... FIFA Digital Skills!
From best practice case studies to analysis of latest technological trends, representatives from FIFA's 211 member associations now have access to a dedicated e-learning platform to develop their digital skills.
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A pilot phase will last for twelve months, with 60 schools from four different regions invited to take part.
If the process goes well, the number of regions in Thailand will increase to 24 in two years, with 360 schools eventually being enrolled in the programme https://t.co/d9JKYFr3t9
As part of the programme, FIFA has delivered more than 38,900 footballs to schools across Thailand. https://t.co/gjKYrg3NdJ
Last weekend, Thailand became the 32nd FIFA member association — and ninth in Asia — to launch the FIFA Football for Schools programme.
But what did the launch actually entail?
Over the weekend, 30 local coaches received a wide variety of presentations, including one on how to use the FIFA Football for Schools App.
Now adapted for Thai, the application is a tool which includes hundreds of hours of video tutorials of football sessions for coaches. https://t.co/xALcR7PmoU
Making a difference to young lives around the globe
#DidYouKnow... between 2019 and 2022, FIFA distributed 632,830 footballs to schools around the world through its Football for Schools Programme
Millions of children around the world do not have the opportunity to play football, and FIFA wants to change that.
On International Day of Education, find out more about FIFA's flagship education programme — Football for Schools
#InternationalDayofEducation @UNESCO https://t.co/5B4cfgR4Rg
The next stop for FIFA Football for Schools: Thailand!
Pathumthani, a central province north of Bangkok, hosted the launch of the programme last weekend, involving 30 local coaches and 100 youngsters:
Congratulations to Rebecca Welch, who took charge of @BCFC against @pnefc this afternoon, becoming the first woman to be appointed to officiate a game in England's second tier!
Earlier this month, Welch was named as one of the officials for this year's @FIFAWWC. https://t.co/gp9BQxUu1I
Cambodia is the eighth Asian member association to implement the FIFA Football for Schools Programme.
Find out where it is already up and running around the world, and the impact the programme has had on young lives: https://t.co/D2VzLkMpwf https://t.co/cSivUUiccE
FIFA Football for Schools is up and running in Cambodia!
The programme, which aims to make the game more accessible for young children by bringing football-based activities into the educational system, was officially launched in Siem Reap this week
An early contender for the 2023 Puskás Award from @Palmeiras' Raphael Veiga!
Don’t forget, you have until 3 February to vote for your favourite strike of 2022 ahead of this year’s #TheBest Awards: https://t.co/eeTzcLcfz5 https://t.co/hxCuKw0pqT
@TheRealPFF’s women’s team have continued their return to international football, joining @saff_wfd, Mauritius and Comoros for a four-team tournament to start the year.
Congratulations to Saudi Arabia, who were the eventual winners!
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