Sunday, 5 April 2020
FIFA Preparing 2,7 Billion USD to Help Football Industry
DBasia.news – World Football Organization, FIFA, planned to prepare 2.7 billion US dollars (equivalent to 2,4 billion euros) to help the world soccer industry be able to bounce back due to the Corona Virus pandemic (COVID-19).
Of course, this assistance saved the soccer federation of FIFA member countries to financially disadvantaged clubs. Later, FIFA will coordinate with member country soccer federations, to confederations such as AFC, UEFA, OFC, Conmebol, CONCACAF, and CAF.
World football is experiencing a bleak time due to the Corona Virus pandemic. Some competitions around the world are postponed until canceled in an indefinite period of time. As a result, zero soccer activities.
“This situation threatens the survival of FIFA member associations and various other soccer organizations such as league operators,” a FIFA spokesman said.
“They will have difficulty developing, financing, and holding all activities at both professional and non-professional levels, at a young age, and at the grassroots level.”
“We have predicted that in various parts of the world there are many male and female players who will experience economic difficulties due to this situation,” he added.