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On the 6 and 7 September, 2017, the world’s first Futsal business conference is taking place at Tranmere Rovers FC, Prenton Park. Futsal professionals from around the world will arrive at the stadium to present on club development and partnerships, hosting a FIFA Futsal World Cup, player development, launching a professional league, the pinnacle of Spanish Futsal, the Liga Nacional de Futbol Sala and why Football clubs should look at Futsal, plus the future of Futsal in the British Isles.
For grassroots clubs (coaches and development staff) to attend, network and listen to the presentations and see the exhibits, Futsal Focus and Tranmere Rovers FC, the ticket price will be £20 for one day and £40 for two days. However, the price of £125 for one day and £200 for two days will remain the same for the business sectors, media etc.
To claim your £20 ticket before they run out, please contact Mia Coleman at Tranmere Rovers FC: MiaC@tranmererovers.co.uk – For those grassroots clubs that have already booked your ticket you will be refunded the difference. Book quickly, due to capacity, limited tickets are available.
For the various business sectors, please go to http://www.futsalfocus.net/conference/
Don’t miss your opportunity to see presentations from:
Antonio Paisana, S C Braga/AAUM discussing the club’s unique organizational structure, joining three major Institutions. The presentation will focus on how such partnerships can work, and other prerequisites for success.
Tachapat Benjasiriwan, Chairman of Chonburi Bluewave, one of Thailand’s most successful Futsal clubs discussing the impact of hosting a FIFA Futsal World Cup on Futsal development.
Panel discussion on Player development:
Keith Tozer, the U.S.A. National Futsal Head Coach and Commissioner of the Professional Futsal League, Ian Bateman, FA Lead Futsal Coach Educator, Mico Martic, Head Coach of Finland National team and founder of Futsal Planet and Damon Shaw, Head Coach of Tranmere Rovers FC who also took his coaching qualifications in Spain and worked with clubs involved in the Liga Nacional de Futbol Sala.
Keith Tozer, Commissioner of the Professional Futsal League discussing the launch of the Professional Futsal League in America.
Pablo Vilches, Director of Futsal at Real Betis, discussing the Liga Nacional de Futbol Sala, the growth of the league, and why Real Betis got involved in the Futsal industry.
Panel discussion: The future of Futsal in the UK
Mark Palios, former Chief Executive of English Football Association and current owner of Tranmere Rovers FC, Mark Dick, National Futsal Development Manager for the English Football League Trust, Jez George, Chief Executive of Cambridge United FC, Luciana Silva (representing the Women’s Game), Principal Lecturer (Coaching/PE) & Futsal Head Coach Hartpury College and Michael Skubala, Technical Director of Futsal for the English Football Association and the Head Coach of the England National Futsal team