FIFA publishes first-ever Guide to Club Licensing in Women’s Football
As part of its objective to accelerate the professionalisation and development of women’s football, FIFA has published its first-ever Guide to Club Licensing in Women’s Football.Information Guide Nigeria
Recognising the key role that clubs play in the development of the women’s game and creating specific tools and programmes that support the unique women’s football environment, the new Guide to Club Licensing in Women’s Football will provide for the first time ever a dedicated resource to enhance club licensing in women’s football.
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This, in turn, will strengthen player pathways for women and girls at club level and raise the overall standards in clubs around the world. As a comprehensive and practical tool that will support all 211 FIFA member associations in establishing and implementing a club licensing framework for their respective women’s football competitions, the publication comprises a ten-step guide that member associations can follow in order to set up a club licensing system, as well as an additional eight steps that will empower leagues to maintain their club licensing structures on a season-by-season basis.
Sarai Bareman, FIFA’s Chief Women’s Football Officer, said: “The development of strong and sustainable leagues where players are in a competitive professional environment is a key area for the future development and professionalisation of women’s football. “One of the most effective ways to empower clubs to raise overall standards and performance pathways for female players is through club licensing, thus helping them to achieve long-term, sustainable growth. Alongside FIFA’s significant ongoing investment into existing club licensing and FIFA development programmes, this new guide – which is a first of its kind – is yet another important tool we are providing to our member associations to help accelerate the growth of women’s football globally.” Under the Women’s Development Programme banner, FIFA also works one-on-one with member associations to establish club licensing frameworks for women’s football, one of which is the Jordan Football Association. Soleen Al-Zou’bi (Head of Women’s Football, Jordan FA) spoke about the importance of club licensing for the women’s game.JAMB Result
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