JFA renews partnership with The Football Association
25 September 2018
Japan Football Association (JFA) has extended a partnership Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with The Football Association (FA) on 24 September 2018 in London.
The MoU further focuses on knowledge sharing and exchange programmes in order to cooperate together for a further development of football in both England and Japan.
The signing ceremony took place at the Embassy of Japan in the UK in London, and the ceremony went in an amicable manner with the presence of Mr. Greg CLARKE, Chairman of The Football Association and TASHIMA Kohzo, President of Japan Football Association.
Both Football Associations positively discussed as to how football exchanges can be enhanced through the signing of Partnership this time, and expressed expectation for the future initiatives.
The MoU between the FA and JFA aims to cooperate with each other in the areas as follows
・ Coach education & Grassroots programmes
・ Women’s Football
・ Youth Leadership
・ Disability & Paralympic football
・ Technical exchange
・ Executive exchange
・ Match opportunities
・ Joint international development initiatives
Until today JFA has signed MoU with the following football associations, confederation and club:
[East] Chinese Taipei, Hong Kong, Mongolia
[ASEAN] Indonesia, Laos, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam
[Central] Iran, Uzbekistan
[West] Jordan, Oman, Qatar, United Arab Emirates
Denmark, England, France, Germany, Spain and Russia
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