FIFA President, watching the Mitsubishi Cup in person… discussing the development of Asian football

Gianni Infantino (53), president of the International Football Federation (FIFA), is continuing his broad moves such as the Qatar World Cup, Gulf Cup and Mitsubishi Electric Cup.

On the 16th (Korean time), Chairman Infantino visited the Football Association of Thailand (FAT) located in Bangkok, Thailand ahead of the second leg of the ASEAN Football Federation (AFF) Mitsubishi Cup final and met with President Somyot Phumpanmuang to discuss the development of Asian football.

Chairman Infantino toured the FAT headquarters, which opened in January of last year with the help of the FIFA Forward Program, a representative support project of FIFA, with Chairman Poompanmuang, and discussed pending issues for the development of Asian football, including Thailand. He also visited the Thailand Futsal Association and the Match Operations Center to tour the newly built facilities.

The visit was accompanied by FIFA legend Tim Cahill from Australia, Hussain Carha, former Moroccan national team player, and FIFA Deputy Secretary-General Matthias Grafstrom. 온라인카지노

President Infantino said, “It was a meaningful experience to see with my own eyes the various projects being carried out for the development of football here. As FIFA president, our promise to make football a truly global sport is being kept. FIFA and FAT’s I am proud and happy to have a close collaboration,” he said.

After visiting FAT, Chairman Infantino moved to Thammasat Stadium in Pathum Thani, Thailand, where the second leg of the Mitsubishi Cup final was held, and watched the match between Thailand and Vietnam. President Infantino, who watched all the matches in the last World Cup, continued his wide-ranging moves by attending competitions and events held around the world from the recent Gulf Cup to the Mitsubishi Cup this year.

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