PGE Narodowy in Warsaw to host UEFA Super Cup!
Another major football event will take place in Poland! Tuesday's UEFA Executive Committee meeting officially endorsed the candidature of the PGE Narodowy stadium in Warsaw as the venue for the UEFA Super Cup match. The winner of the Champions League will face the victor of the Europa League for the prestigious trophy in Poland in 2024.
Second FIFA Football Agent Exam is over
On Wednesday, 20 September 2023, the second FIFA Football Agent Exam, a test for candidates for FIFA licensed football agents, took place in Warsaw, Poland, via the dedicated FIFA platform. In view of the fact that from 1 October 2023, obtaining a FIFA licence will be necessary to conduct international football agent activities, not only in Poland but also internationally, the exam received a lot of interest from the community. Today's exam, co-organised in Warsaw by the Polish Football Association, was taken by 79 people.
The first PZPN Sports Director course has come to an end
The first edition of the PZPN Sports Director course has come to an end at the PZPN Coaching School. The original edition was attended by 24 trainees. It is a training course dedicated to sports directors of PKO BP Ekstraklasa and Fortuna 1. Liga clubs. Ultimately, in a few years' time, completion of this course is to be a requirement for fulfilling this function at clubs in the two highest competition classes in Poland.
PZPN at the 32nd Economic Forum in Karpacz
The 32nd Economic Forum began in Karpacz, bringing together almost eight thousand people from various countries: politicians, scientists, social activists, entrepreneurs, and journalists. As usual, representatives of the PZPN cannot miss this event. The association's Secretary-General, Łukasz Wachowski, also took part in a panel on sponsorship in sport and in an interview with Polish Press Agency's business editorial team.
Another edition of the #StadionyBezBarier campaign takes off
The first weekend of September will see the launch of the next edition of the "Stadiony bez barier" (Stadiums Without Barriers) campaign. It is a joint initiative of the Polish Football Association, Ekstraklasa, the Disabled Supporters' Association, fan organisations and clubs participating in the PKO Bank Polski Ekstraklasa and Fortuna 1. Liga.