FUFA President Eng. Moses Magogo and Chief Executive Officer Edgar Watson are in Doha at the invitation of world soccer governing body FIFA. Having flown out of the country on Tuesday night, the FUFA President was on a programme set by FIFA to make a presentation on grassroots football to the football big wigs on Thursday morning.
‘It is a great opportunity to talk about football at such an important gathering in Doha. Football around the globe needs such programmes to flourish’ said Eng. Magogo.
During such opportunities, the FUFA President has held meetings with football contacts.
‘In 2016 Edgar Watson and grassroots football trained coach Vincent Tumusiime traveled to Slovenia and took part in the UEFA grassroots programme. Those are signs of creating football contacts’ added FUFA President.
The two-day event chaired by FIFA President Gianni Infantino focuses on “FIFA 2.0 – The Vision for the Future” strategy, the “Forward” program, and development of children and youth football.
The summit brings together executives of football federations of Kyrgyzstan, Iraq, Syria, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Yemen, Qatar, Namibia, Nigeria, Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Cyprus, Denmark, Lithuania, Serbia, Sweden and Ukraine.