Recent Editions of the Football Africa Forum
- 1 December 2017: Johannesburg, South Africa
- 19-20 February 2018, Lagos, Nigeria
Next Edition: 15-16 November 2018: Johannesburg
Africa’s premier football business event, the Football Africa Forum (FAF) will stage its third edition in Johannesburg on 15-16 November 2018 prior to the much awaited return AFCON’19 qaulifying-match between South Africa and Nigeria and it will host all the key stakeholders debating the business and social development aspects of the game.
Africa’s premier football business event, the Football Africa Forum (FAF) primarily focuses its discussions on all the major aspects of game inclusive of player welfare, coaching, marketing and sponsorship, fan engagement, football agents, improving leagues and clubs structures; etc.
The Forum aims to become Africa’s biggest football stakeholder and knowledge sharing platform to debate the future of football on the continent.
It will feature a “Football Player Session”, where matters pertaining to the welfare of football players will top the agenda in discussion between, leagues, clubs, players, unions, land football agents.
The Forum will also focus on the aspect of financial support and pension schemes as well as investment opportunities for all stakeholders inclusive of their commercial empowerment in football business.
The Forum will also host the “Elite Coaches Panel Discussion” allowing the continent’s best minds to debate the future trends of coaching as well as their role to advance the technical ability of African players and the competitiveness of our teams on the international stage.
The African Football Intermediaries Association (AFIA) country Chapter meeting is also held during the Forum with the main objective to build its membership of football agents across the continent.
A national Chapter of AFIA will be established and agents are encouraged to build the AFIA as a unified voice for their industry in their country and to take up issues on their behalf. Agents are called upon to serve on the various working and sub-committees of AFIA.
Agents are also encouraged to work through their colleagues in other countries to make it easier to introduce their players to clubs in those markets.
The Forum will also adopt the “African Football Development Charter”, which will promote broader commitment of people involved in the sport across the continent.
Day Two of the Forum will be dedicated to the launch meeting of the African Football Alliance (AFA), a new continental body for football organisation, which are not catered for in existing African wide structures. For information Click Here
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