Introducing stronger vision that will lead towards better achievements
The Annual WMF General Assembly held on the August 16th in Kyiv, Ukraine, brought refreshing novelties and certainly huge excitement about the period and events that are coming.
It also gathered together new and some old members of Executive Committee that share mutual dedication and commitments to make WMF ever stronger, as only organization with firm structure can promote minifootball as such globally and make it accessible for everyone. This directly leans on one of the key efforts of Mr. Peter Kralik: “… to develop our sport and federation in general. Mainly in regards to new members and new events in different categories”, among which he underlines “WMF Champions League, Women World Cup or World Cup U21.” Beside this, he points out the importance of the WMF World Cup due to happen in 2019 in Australia.
Looking forward to the third edition of WMF World Cup, Mr. Miguel Ángel Maron Nichols will concentrate primarily to make this competition the event in the history of minifootball, for the future and growth of WMF.
In a meanwhile, being aware that minifootball is one of the highest played sports in the world, focus will be on the creation of the opportunities for amateur players and youth.
As Australia should be country of events in 2019 – efforts are being made to create conditions for women’s Minifootball World Cup, thus providing a better perspective, good practice example and promoting the development of women’s minifootball competitions.
The Annual WMF General Assembly held on the August 16th in Kyiv, Ukraine, brought refreshing novelties and certainly huge excitement about the period and events that are coming.Read More →