The three-day UEFA Strategic Workshop staged by the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association with emphasis on the the T&T Pro League ended last Friday.
There were closing views on the run of events coming from UEFA Head of International Relations Eva Pasquier, UEFA Marketing consultant Kenny MacLeod, League deputy chairman Richard Fakoory, W Connection CEO Renee John-Williams and North East Stars managing director Ryan Nunes.
UEFA’s input was based on their UEFA ASSIST programme.
The main scope of UEFA ASSIST is essentially to share knowledge and best practices to help UEFA’s sister confederations to develop and strengthen football within their respective territories. UEFA ASSIST is designed to provide practical rather than financial assistance and to offer support through development activities.
UEFA ASSIST is composed of four pillars, each providing specific support to member associations and confederations worldwide:
1) Education and knowledge sharing
2) Development of youth football
3) Support of infrastructure projects
4) UEFA national association support programmes
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