Bermuda Football Association President Mark Wade is attending the FIFA Executive Summit in Tanzania, Africa.
The FIFA Executive Summit will also see FIFA President Gianni Infantino visit.
The agenda of the summit will be various FIFA projects best known as FIFA Forward Programme, Youth and Women Football.
The FIFA summit, bringing together 20 Member Associations including Bermuda.
Coincidentally on the same day as the summit, former Tanzania Football Federation President Jamal Malinzi will be appearing in the Kisutu Resident Magistrate’s Court on corruption allegations which have turned out to be a never-ending marathon.
Money-laundering cases are not bailable in Tanzania. Infantino is not likely to comment on Malinzi’s case, but he most definitely will touch on projects which were initiated by the former TFF President.
Infantino who was in Bermuda back in January will be accompanied by CAF President Ahmad Ahmad, FIFA Vice Chairman David Gill, FIFA General Secretary Fatma Samba Diouf Samoura plus FIFA and CAF Executive Committee’s Members.
Also on the Agenda for the Summit will be the FIFA Calendar, improving FIFA and Member’s Relations and their priorities.
Participants for the summit set to be held at the Julius Nyerere International Convention Center, are Bahrain, Palestina, Saudi Arabia, United Arabs Emirates (UAE), Algeria, Burundi, Central Africa, Ivory Coast, Mali and Morocco.
The rest include Niger, Tunisia, Bermuda, Monserrat, St. Lucia, US Virgin, Maldives, Congo Brazzaville and hosting nation Tanzania.