A delegation from the International Federation of Football Associations (FIFA) visited the UAE Football Association to find out about the preparations for the country’s hosting of the 2023 Beach Soccer World Cup. During the two-day visit, the delegation held several meetings, inspection visits and workshops, in which the work teams discussed the proposed places to establish The main match stadium, training grounds, hotels and all logistical, technical, media and marketing procedures for the tournament.
The meetings were attended by Ali Hamad Al-Badwawi, a member of the Board of Directors and Chairman of the Beach Soccer Committee, Ali Omar and Omran Al Jasmi, representatives of the Dubai Sports Council, in addition to representatives of the work teams from the Football Association and FIFA.
Al-Badwawi said, “This visit helped the work teams determine the course of priorities and the most important things that must be accomplished within a specific time frame.” He added: “We have formed work teams in cooperation with the Dubai Sports Council to start early preparation for this hosting, which poses us with a great challenge, as the time frame available to us is less than what was previously planned, but we love the challenge and we will prove that the great experience that the work teams possess has the necessary competence to make it a success.” event in the best way possible.
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