The Football Association of Singapore (FAS) is pleased to announce that it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Japan Football Association (JFA).
With MOUs signed between the Japan Football Association and the French Football Federation (2005) and Spanish Football Federation (2010), this will be the JFA’s first Memorandum of Understanding signed with an Asian country in their illustrious history.
This partnership will provide a new impetus for the cooperation between FAS and JFA in the development of football, particularly in the area of youth development, football science and medicine, coach and referee education.
The partnership will also serve as a basis for developing possible future collaborations and relations between both sides.
Under the terms of the partnership, Singapore and Japan will, among others, implement an Exchange and Attachment Programme which may comprise of courses, clinics, seminars and attachments for administrators, coaches, referees, players, instructors, football science and medicine personnel.
Both FAS and JFA will also work towards facilitating the arrangement of potential training camps for their respective national and club teams in both countries.
Another area of cooperation is the mutual exchange of information, know-how and expertise in key areas pertaining to the administration and management of football in both countries. This will include the application of information technology in the administration of the domestic leagues of both countries.
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