The Sierra Leone Football Association in partnership with UEFA Assist has on Thursday, April 6 successfully concluded a two-day training workshop for female football administrators, coaches, female sports journalists, and referees at the Atlantic Lumley Hotel in Freetown.
The training was aimed at maximizing the strategic and operational effectiveness of female football stakeholders in Sierra Leone.
In his closing remarks, the Deputy General Secretary of the Sierra Leone Football Association Mohamed Benson Bawoh thanked the UEFA Assist experts Monika Staab (Women’s Football Director in Saudi Arabia), Jules MCgeever (UEFA Marketing Expert), and Eva Pasquier (Head of International Relations at UEFA) for sharing their knowledge and experience with the participants in ensuring the growth of women’s football in Sierra Leone.
He implored the beneficiaries to fully implement the knowledge they have acquired during the course in the best interest of female football development in their respective regions, districts, and clubs.
The lead facilitator Madam Eva Pasquier, during one of her presentations, disclosed that they will continue to monitor female football development in Sierra Leone until significant growth is achieved.
Over thirty-five (35) women drawn from female premier league clubs, media, and regional and district associations across the country benefited from the workshop.