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FIFA Technical conferences over the 2014 World Cup start in Panama

FIFA Technical conferences over the 2014 World Cup start in Panama

The Technical Study Group of FIFA (GET) has published its report with the main findings and statistics of the 64 matches at the 2014 World Cup. The tactical flexibility displayed by the teams, offense and rhythm football executed after a long time, the impact of some individuals in attack and the successful implementation of goal-line technology and evanescent spray are among the key findings of the experts of FIFA. The report is available on FIFA.com. Also available to member associations is a DVD with the main observations for educational purposes.

The GET document will be one of the central points of the series of FIFA technical conferences that will begin on September 11 in Panama City.

The symposia's are designed as important platforms so that FIFA, the confederations and member associations can focus on the technical and tactical analysis of the 2014 World Cup. National team selection committees and coaches of all member associations of FIFA are invited to attend the conferences.

The meeting in Panama City will be attended by delegations from CONCACAF and CONMEBOL, while for the rest of the confederations other dates and cities are planned:

* UEFA, St. Petersburg, September 16-17, 2014

* CAF, Cairo, September 30 to October 1, 2014

* AFC/OFC, Kuala Lumpur, October 29-31, 2014

Besides the presentation of the report of the World Cup at each conference, delegations will discuss trends in technical direction and the development of football as well as medical issues and arbitration after the tournament. Also, a special session on champions Germany will be held.

"These conferences are essential platforms that allow us to share key technical innovations of the FIFA World Cup ™ with the confederations and member associations so that they become a specific training tool to promote the development of football worldwide and especially in youth football," says FIFA Secretary General Jérôme Valcke.