Khartoum 11-22-2022 (SUNA) Professor Magdi Shams El-Din, Secretary General of the Sudanese Football Association, affirmed that the National Fund for Student Welfare through the Department of Activities is based on a large and vital work that is concerned with developing skills and raising the capabilities of students in boarding schools and residential complexes, describing the fund as a great incubator of blood. Which must be injected into the veins of Sudanese sports “and women’s because there are the largest number of female students in the boarding houses of the fund.”
This came in the joint meeting that included those in charge of the fund with the delegation of the General Football Association today at the fund’s premises.
Shams El-Din said that the broad sector of students under the umbrella of the fund is the age group between the ages of (17-23) years that the federation targets, adding that they are ready to fill the need for the fund in the technical field, such as providing coaches and referees, as well as joint cooperation in the field of women’s football and women’s sports. In general, this is due to the specificity of the female element, where the complexes and dormitories of female students can be an environment prepared for the practice of women’s sports and a starting point for its acceptability in Sudanese society.