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Women's football summit in Stockholm

Published: Thursday 25 July 2013, 11.55CET
Key figures from UEFA member associations and European women's football will meet for the KISS Women's Football Development Workshop from Friday to Sunday in Stockholm.
Women's football summit in Stockholm
KISS Workshops allow UEFA's 54 associations to share information ©UEFA.com
 
Published: Thursday 25 July 2013, 11.55CET

Women's football summit in Stockholm

Key figures from UEFA member associations and European women's football will meet for the KISS Women's Football Development Workshop from Friday to Sunday in Stockholm.

Key figures from UEFA member national associations and women's football in Europe will gather for the KISS Women's Football Development Workshop running from Friday to Sunday in Stockholm in the lead-up to the UEFA Women's EURO 2013 final at Solna's Friends Arena.

UEFA's Knowledge & Information Sharing Scenario (KISS) programme has been in operation since 2005 and during this latest three-day event, at the Hilton Stockholm Guldgränd hotel, a wide range of topics will be covered. The first day's discussions will span the subjects of recruitment and retention, development campaigns, volunteers, ambassadors, amateur league structures and professionalisation. Speakers will include former Germany captain Steffi Jones and UEFA Executive Committee members Karen Espelund and Michael van Praag.

On Saturday such issues as the competition calendar, league and club development, goalkeeping and cultural barriers are on the agenda, as well as a meeting for national association general secretaries. Then on Sunday women's football development, governmental support and marketing take centre stage, before delegates attend the final at 16.00CET in Solna.

Last updated: 09/05/14 5.02CET

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