Contract for new pitches construction in the Middle East and Africa signed
Building infrastructure is one of the priorities when it comes to the development of grassroots sports and, therefore, during the meeting between WMF president Mr. Filip Juda and Sheikh Saeed Bin Jamal Al Maktoum that was held in Dubai, the contract for stadiums construction has been officially signed.
The sides that signed the contract are WMF, represented by its President Mr. Filip Juda, and SJK Investment, represented by Sheikh Saeed Bin Jamal Al Maktoum, and it entails joint construction of minifootball stadiums in the Middle East and Africa in value of 21 million United States dollars. The first common cooperation will be the construction of 7 minifootball pitches in 7 regions of Somalia.
Following the meeting, President of WMF Mr. Filip Juda shared: "The aim of this progressive construction is to continue to increase the number of minifootball members in the world and to open new national associations in the countries where WMF is temporarily absent. We will also work together on a business model to build minifootball pitches in the countries that are already members of the WMF to increase their membership and increase the comfort of players and their fans”.
WMF will continue investing in this kind of cooperation that shaped WMF's business model and putting an effort to many more partnerships that bring value to the development of minifootball on a regional and global level.
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