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FIFA Live Your Goals


The Media briefing in Uganda

The Federation of International Football Associations (FIFA) Live Your Goals programme will be launched in Uganda in December, 2014 after the media was briefed on the programme today at the Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) head offices at Mengo, Kampala.

Present at the brief ceremony have been the FUFA Vice President, Darius Mugoye, Technical director, Asuman Lubowa, National Women’s head coach, Majidah Nantandah, National Women senior team captain,Christine Wanyana, and some of the national women players.

FIFA LIVE YOUR GOALS MEDIA LAUNCH: L-R: FUFA VP Darius Mugoye, National team player Nakasato Rebecca, U-20 team skipper Stella Nasuna, Nabukeera Sharifah, National women team coach Majida Nantanda, Crested Crane captain Christine Wanyana and FUFA Technical Director

“We shall hold a Com-Unity sensitization workshop in December 2014 for women footballers, sponsors, NGO’s, Ministry of Education and Sports officials, National Council of Sports and the media”, Asuman Lubowa said of the programme.

After the Com-Unity workshop, the Live your Goals festival will be held at the KCC stadium, Lugogo where close to 600 girls are expected to take part.

Newly trained FIFA grass root coaches will also be part of the festival in December  2014 (1st – 5th).

About- FIFA Live Your Goals
The Live Your Goals campaign features a number of women’s football’s best players who are living their dreams by having competed in the FIFA Women’s World Cup in Germany and other top international competitions.

The goal of these women and girls was to become a top international footballer. Achieving this goal has given them the chance to travel all over the world and enjoy many amazing experiences on their way to the top! But of course, football is for everybody, whatever your goals!

Live Your Goals shows that dreams can come true, no matter what obstacles stand in the way.

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