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Men’s national team coaches consultation on the future of football takes place this week

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Men’s national team coaches consultation on the future of football takes place this week

We must seize these opportunities because such a dialogue helps us all to protect the unique place that football occupies in the world and to make it truly global.

ZURICH, Switzerland, October 18, 2021 / APO Group / –

Each coach of the men’s national team has been invited to attend online video conferences this week to discuss a potential new schedule from 2024.

Men’s national team coaches consultation on the future of football takes place this week

Online appointments are set for Tuesday October 19, 2021 and Thursday October 21, 2021.

Discussions will be led by FIFA Global Football Development Chief Arsene Wenger and will include a range of talking points including player health, international windows, frequency of FIFA World Cup finals and other important issues in the game.

Men’s national team coaches consultation on the future of football takes place this week

“As the coach of the men’s national teams their contribution is essential,” said Mr. Wenger, who heads the men’s technical advisory group. “The opportunities for us to come together are rare, but we must seize these opportunities because such a dialogue helps us all to protect the unique place that football occupies in the world and to make it truly global.”

Consultations with all stakeholders continue and FIFA is reminding fans around the world that they can send their ideas and comments on the new football calendar here (https://fifa.fans/3n107vW).

Two-time FIFA Women’s World Cup winner coach Jill Ellis heads the Women’s Football Technical Advisory Group.

Men’s national team coaches consultation on the future of football takes place this week

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