Street children to play football at BFF Saturday

Bangladesh Football Federation and Asian Football Confederation are jointly organizing different football programmes across the country as parts of their second phase of Corporate Social Responsibility. The AFC and the BFF, in association with the Coaches Across Continent (CAC) and the English Football Association (FA), will hold a football training programme and a football match for the street children of Dhaka. The training course and the football match will be held at the artificial turf located near the BFF headquarters in Dhaka from 8 am to 12 pm on Saturday, June 22 (Tomorrow). BFF president Kazi Salahuddin will be present at the programme as the chief guest while acting British High Commissioner in Dhaka Kanbar Hossein-Bor will be there as a special guest. Among others, CAC Chief Executive Strategist Brian Suskiewicz, the FA Equality Manager Kevin Coleman and three FA coach Anwar Uddin, Taff Rahman and Alena Moulton will also be present at the programme. The sports reporters and the photojournalists from all the media outlets are cordially invited to join the programmes within 11:30 am tomorrow.
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