Coaching can be a lonely business and the post- FIFA Women’s World Cup™ (www.FIFA.com) Coaches Forum offered a rare chance for some of the world’s top women’s national team coaches to come together, exchange ideas and make suggestions that will help women’s football continue its spectacular recent growth.
The current national team coaches from the 32 FIFA Member Associations which participated at last year’s tournament in Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand to the two-day event at the Home of FIFA in Zurich, where they discussed refereeing, technical and competition matters. The forum also included presentations by the FIFA Technical Study Group, which collected a wealth of data over the course of the tournament.
Thanking the coaches for making the 2023 tournament the best in FIFA Women’s World Cup™ history, FIFA Chief Women’s Football Officer Dame Sarai Bareman said their input would be invaluable for the future. For the coaches themselves, it was an invaluable and rare opportunity to meet their peers.
This video submission contains interviews with national team head coaches and b-roll during the FIFA.
Women’s World Cup 2023™ Coaches Forum in Zurich, Switzerland on January 24.
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