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HNS hosts UEFA
Workshop in Dubrovnik

HNS hosts UEFA Workshop in Dubrovnik
photo by: Drago Sopta/HNS
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From Wednesday, Dubrovnik hosts three-day annual UEFA Workshop on Club Licensing and Financial Fair-Play, with 150 participants from all European football federations.

Alongside European football federations, three confederations and UEFA representatives also attend the Workshop. This event was welcomed by Croatian Football Federation executive director Damir Vrbanović, while UEFA Licensing Committee chairman and Executive Committee member David Gill addressed the attendees via video link.

foto: Drago Sopta/HNS

"We are happy to host an important UEFA event in Croatia once again, with so many representatives of every European football federation. Our licensing system, similar to those in Europe, has evolved during the last ten years. The clubs are positive about this process, which helps them to improve their business modes and organization. In order to continue the development, it is useful to share the experience and discuss the challenges", said Ivančica Sudac, the head of the HNS International Affairs and Licensing and second vice-chairwoman of the UEFA Club Licensing Committee.

Through many activities, the attendees will have the opportunity to learn more and discuss the amendments in UEFA Club Licensing and Financial Fair-Play, with analysis of licensing in other parts of the world also included. FIFA and other confederations' strategies will be presented.

foto: Drago Sopta/HNS

This event will include the discussion on the monitoring report, regarding the Financial Fair-Play in 2014/2015 season. On Friday, the last day of the Workshop, topics from UEFA Discipline and Integrity unit will be included.

Of course, the participants will have the opportunity to enjoy sightseeing of Dubrovnik, one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe.

foto: Drago Sopta/HNS

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