In 2019, FIFA organised the first-ever FIFA Football Law Annual Review. This was a major breakthrough. Transparency and openness in relation to the operations, initiatives, decisions and challenges of football is of paramount importance to FIFA. At the same time, the opinions, views and proposals of football stakeholders are all important and welcomed.
We are pleased to announce that we will be holding the next edition of the FIFA Football Law Annual Review in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on 10 and 11 March 2022, as we had initially planned to do in 2020. Please register online – registration is free of charge and the event will be conducted entirely in English with simultaneous interpreting into Spanish and French.
To make this event accessible to all 211 FIFA member associations, it will also be streamed live free of charge on FIFA.com, again with simultaneous interpreting into Spanish and French. No registration is required to follow the event online. Moreover, full audio and video recordings will be made available on FIFA.com after the event.
We hope you can join us either in Buenos Aires or follow us live on FIFA.com
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