MBS League referees conclude Serbia camp


The referees of Prince Mohammed bin Salman Professional Cup League concluded today, Monday, their outdoor camp, which was held in Novi Sad, Serbia, from 3-15 August, with the participation of 66 referees.

The training camp included two morning and evening shifts, as the morning period included fitness exercises and theoretical lectures given by a selection of international lecturers at FIFA, as they varied between sessions on the amendments to the new football law, reviews of the most prominent cases of the last season, and guidance on the new season.

The evening period witnessed exercises on some field arbitration cases, and practical applications on VAR technology.

The President of the referees committee of the Saudi Arabian Football Federation, Swiss Manuel Navarro, said that the goal of this camp is to prepare the referees for the new season, as the referees went through two weeks of training to be fully prepared before the start of the season on August 25.

Navarro added: "During the camp, we used lecturers accredited by FIFA to hold theoretical lectures to make the most benefit of this camp."

It is noteworthy that, during the camp period, the referees managed 15 friendly matches, in which 30 referees participated, among whom were switched between matches.

The NT U-17 continues to prepare for Maldives match in the AFC Asian Cup qualifiers

Today, Monday, the under-17 national team continued its training in Da...

Read More

The national futsal team concludes the AFC Asian Cup by 4 goals against South Korea

The national futsal team concluded its participation in the AFC Futsal...

Read More

The national futsal team faces South Korea to qualify for the second round of the AFC Asian Cup

The national futsal team will face South Korea tomorrow (Sunday) in it...

Read More
Copyright to Saudi Arabian Football Federation 2020