The 10th UEFA Conference for European National Team Coaches will be hosted by the Polish Football Association (PZPN) in Warsaw from 24 to 26 September 2012, and will be the opportunity for all European national team coaches to meet, discuss recent trends and exchange views.
The national team coaches and technical directors of UEFA’s 53 member associations will be present at this 3-day conference taking place at the Hilton Warsaw Hotel and Conference Centre, Grzybowska 63, 00-001 Warsaw.
The biennial conference is a unique opportunity for the game’s top national coaches to meet. The focus of the conference will be put on the recent UEFA EURO 2012 and a variety of topics, from a purely technical analysis, to the experience it brought to coaches and to other matters such as refereeing at the competition and statistics.
Cameramen and photographers are welcome to attend the opening minutes of the conference on Monday 24 September at 16.00CET, including welcome messages from the UEFA Vice President and Chairman of the UEFA Development and Technical Assistance Committee Giancarlo Abete, the UEFA General Secretary Gianni Infantino and the PZPN President Grzegorz Lato. However, the working sessions themselves are not open to the media.
A closing press briefing will take place on Wednesday 26 September at 12.15 CET in presence of UEFA Technical Director Andy Roxburgh and one of the participating coaches with a view to present the different views expressed, as well as the key findings.
International media representatives wishing to make images during the opening of the conference and/or to attend the post-conference press briefing must inform UEFA by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org by Wednesday 19 September midday, stating name, outlet and contact details.
Polish media representatives wishing to make images during the opening of the conference and/or to attend the post-conference press briefing must apply for accreditation online via http://media.pzpn.pl/
A media working area, including internet access, will be available on Wednesday 26 September.
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