Qatar Football AssociationNews
05.02.2018 10:17 in : &

DOHA: A referees workshop backed by world governing body

FIFA will be commenced in Doha on Monday.

48 Candidates who are likely to officiate during 2018 FIFA World

Cup matches are expected to feature at the workshop along with

scores of other local and international participants.

These seminars and courses will be supervised by famous Italian

referee of his time Pierluigi Collina, Chairman of the FIFA Referees

Committee, and Swiss Massimo Busacca, Executive Director of

the Referees’ Department.

Hani Balan, Chairman of the Qatar Referees Committee and Vice-Chairman

of the FIFA Referees Committee, and Naji Juwaini, Executive Director

of the Referees Committee, will also be part of the seminars.

‎The workshop lasts from February 5 to 9, details have revealed.

This is the second of four FIFA organized workshops in Qatar in the

span of one month, the first of which was the FIFA Technical Experts’

Workshop with a total of 75 members from 45 countries.

Qatar will also host the FIFA Women’s World Cup France (February

12-16) and the FIFA Master FUTURO Workshop (February 19-23).