Representatives of VFF, VPF and Deutsche Fußball Liga on the signing ceremony. — Images VFF
HÀ NỘI — The Việt Nam Soccer Federation (VFF) and Việt Nam Skilled Soccer Joint Inventory Firm (VPF) have signed a memorandum of understanding with the DFL (Deutsche Fußball Liga) – the organiser of Bundesliga and Bundesliga 2 to assist Vietnamese soccer improvement.
This occasion was linked by means of Subsequent Media – the corporate that owns the Bundesliga broadcasting rights in Việt Nam.
Representatives from the respective organisations met on the DFL’s headquarters in Frankfurt, Germany.
The MoU focuses on three predominant areas: enhancing technical experience and sports activities in Việt Nam; enhancing the construction of the VFF and the golf equipment in addition to creating the background and tradition of soccer followers in Việt Nam.
In the course of the co-operation interval, the events will share information by means of conferences, coaching actions and area journeys.
As well as, the DFL will even share expertise in league and membership administration, media rights, product and content material creation.
Donata Hopfen, CEO of DFL stated their strategy was to take care of robust relationships with leagues and associations world wide – exchanging know-how in addition to concepts and dealing collectively to higher perceive what soccer means to followers in these international locations. That is the muse and what they need in co-operation with the VFF and VPF.
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Trần Quốc Tuấn, performing president of the VFF stated: “The Bundesliga is among the world’s main soccer tournaments with improved professionalism and high quality, thereby attracting consideration not solely in Germany but additionally world wide.
“The VFF wish to thank Subsequent Media for the connection in order that the VFF can speed up the cooperation with the German Soccer Federation in addition to the Bundesliga organiser.”
With this co-operation, the VFF hopes to enhance professionalism in organising home tournaments in addition to elevating youth coaching and ladies’s soccer.
Trần Anh Tú, chairman of VPF added: “The Bundesliga is among the 5 greatest tournaments in Europe. There are a lot of factors within the Bundesliga for the V.League 1 to study, together with limiting the switch worth in addition to not following industrial values. These are very sensible values.”
The VFF and the German Soccer Federation additionally signed an MoU for the challenge “breeding floor for Vietnamese younger soccer expertise in Germany” to create alternatives for younger Vietnamese gamers to coach and compete in Germany. VNS