At first we would like to thank the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) for their support. Former president (2008-2016) professor Paul De Knop is happy that they can help IFBI. "At the VUB we were already working for many years to professionalize sports, also football. There is still a long way to go and that is why we want to support IFBI."
As a part of their commitment to the promotion of training, SD Eibar and the International Football Business Institute (IFBI) have signed a collaboration agreement which will see the club and the Brussels-based university share knowledge over the course of the coming year. Through the creation of an Official Academic Partnership with the International Football Business Institute, part of the University of Brussels, SD Eibar wants to give students the right set of tools to launch their careers in the world of professional football.
Following the guest lectureship of Tomasz Zahorski -Proxy of the Management Board at Legia Warsaw- and our visit to the Polish Army Stadium, we are extremely proud to have been able to establish a brand new friendship agreement between the International Football Business Institute – IFBI and Legia Warsaw. Together #WeThinkFootball.
We would like to thank SoccerLab for the partnership. SoccerLab is a complete athlete management & video platform for everyone in a soccer club or federation. SoccerLAB services the whole organization from administration to management and medical staff. Analyze and increase performance by monitoring all key data in one solution. Create in-depth reports for individuals and teams. Give staff-members of your youth academy the tools they deserve so they can develop your future top star inhouse.
IPSO is an international scouting network designed by experienced and professional scouts and managers, who normally work in Premier League Clubs. Knowledge and experience combined with a global network of contacts puts IPSO in an excellent position to represent the professional interests of Scouts on the international level.
"The goal of European Football for Development Network is to encourage clubs and football foundations to share knowledge, best practice and experiences on an international level in order to enhance quality and efficiency of national and local football for development initiatives. This is achieved through the international exchange of staff, trainees and participants, international conferences, an online knowledge platform and developing European community programmes by the member clubs."
"EMCA is a non-political and non-profit Association. The aim is the development and dissemination of sports as a mean of psycho-physical and moral integrity, promoting the activities of the affiliated sports clubs operating on European scale through the management of all forms of competitive sports, recreational activities including cultural entertainment and leisure activities, events, trips and social events and many other type of physical activity capable of maintaining the human body in shape."
"The University Foundation is our home of football. Since its creation, the University Foundation has developed initiatives and provides all facilities needed to support academic activities in Belgium. The Foundation's main activities are: providing financial support for the publication of scientific works (books, journals, papers,...), organising academic meetings and providing facilities for the organization of scientific and academic activities by external organisations. "