The Second Edition of 12-Month Diploma in Club Management by FIFA is Now Live
After experiencing success with the first edition of the Diploma in Club Management, FIFA has officially launched its second edition for club executives and former football players, joining the 12-month program that is in line with the objective of sharing knowledge and creating a balanced football space.
A total of 40 participants have been selected by FIFA. They will go through six modules over one year to learn about leadership, management, sporting strategy, and youth academics. The diploma in Club Management started on September 13, 2022, and will conclude in December 2023.
It is a mix of online and personal sessions and also allows participants to opt for the online mode for some personal sessions. The goal is to equip all the participants with the latest knowledge and insights into the industry by covering key areas of club management.
A set of world-class experts are on-board to teach participants on the respective topics that meet their field of expertise.
Some of the participants are:-
- John Terry
- Carli Lloyd
- Juan Mata
Some of the experts are:-
- Ferran Soriano
- Ivan Gazidis
- Magda Pozzo
The diploma in Club Management by FIFA brings to the table various benefits, with the opportunity to interact with the faculty being one of them. Since faculties include world-class experts, it will be a wonderful opportunity for the participants to learn the key mantra of success. Moreover, experts will share their first-hand insight and perspective on the industry data and trends, followed by a detailed dialogue on case studies for practical exposure.
The six modules taught in the 12-month Diploma in Club Management by FIFA are Leadership & Management; Marketing & Communication; Sporting Strategy & Youth Academics; Governance & Legal Matters; Club Operations & Stadium Management; and, Finance.
There will be no direct influence on the statistics and odds drafted by online FIFA betting sites as the program looks to connect more with the backside of the main event. However, it will still have a minimal impact on how the club and its players deliver the overall performance during the tournaments.
Carli Lloyd, the two times FIFA Women’s World Cup Champion and two times Olympic Gold Medalist, said that she was looking forward to taking full benefit of the program as it is important to understand what some of the brightest minds are thinking at the moment.
According to the latest sports news, Julie Uhram, the President of the Angel City FC, stated that the diploma program allows her to invest in herself and the club by learning from the experiences of peers and experts.
Alberto Marrero, the President of Atletico de San Luis, highlighted that the program gives him the opportunity to learn the practical know-how of the industry. He, too, is looking forward to the program for taking advantage of the networking that comes with it.
Gianni Infantino, the President of FIFA, believes that the diploma program promotes the professionalism of global football, enabling many clubs to contest at the highest level off the pitch.