NFF confirm partnership deal with AS Roma
Sept. 21, 2019
The Nigeria Football Federation has confirmed a partnership deal with Serie A club AS Roma which was sealed on Friday.
The partnership will see the NFF and Roma collaborate together on and off the pitch, with one long term objective being for the club to help further grow and improve all levels of football in Nigeria.
According to a statement from the NFF, under the terms of the understanding, the two parties will share football, business and media expertise, with Roma offering the Nigeria technical and operational support and advice in the areas of youth coaching, player development, football administration and digital media best practices.
In return, the NFF will also collaborate with the AS Roma in their projects and development Initiatives in Nigeria.
In the coming months, senior NFF officials will travel to the Italian capital to observe Roma’s award-winning youth academy. As technical advisors in player development, Roma will work with the NFF to help introduce best practices for developing elite talent in order to improve the quality of players available to our domestic clubs and indeed national squad at all age groups.
Roma will also host knowledge-sharing sessions on football business and administration in Rome and set up digital and social media workshops in Nigeria for local clubs and officials.
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