September 7 – The AFC is gathering the top two officials of all its member and regional associations in the same room for a two-day conference next month in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, with the aim of knowledge exchange, increasing administrative capacity, and creating stronger co-operation on a national level.
“The two-day Conference will see key leaders, experts and spokespersons present, discuss and exchange ideas and insights to drive Continental football forward,” said the AFC.
The meetings, October 7-8, are the development of preceding editions of the event that was exclusively attended by the General Secretaries of the AFC’s Members.
The AFC said the event “will ultimately lead to stronger MAs and RAs and a more dynamic Asian football family.”
Hosted by the Uzbekistan FA, focus will be on addresses challenges that are unique to each association across the vast region by providing them with resources and tailor-made solutions.
“With the maximisation of the potential of its MAs and RAs and the enhancement of their capabilities lying at the very heart of the Confederation’s Vision and Mission, the primary aim of the Conference will be to ensure that all Member and Regional Associations are given the opportunity to benefit from the resources and expertise that are provided by the AFC,” said an AFC statement.
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