The Football Federation is launching a competition to discover talents aged 12 to 15

The Saudi Football Association has launched the “Future Stars” competition, which aims to discover football talent for the age group from 12 to 15, using video clips sent through the Qantafay platform.

The project is divided in two phases, where the first phase, which starts today and lasts a month, involves the application of a series of weekly challenges and skills, performed by the participant and documented by recording a video before uploading it to the competition section on the platform, provided that the best entries are selected to enter the voting stage for the opportunity to win various weekly prizes.

The second phase starts after the end of the participation period, in all player clips are rated, filtered out and skilled talents are selected for prove in the field, provided that the qualifiers are tested in the field in prove from performance under the supervision of coaches and specialists.

Interestingly, this step is part of the technical transformation, which is one of the tracks of the recently announced transformation strategy for Saudi football Sport, with the aim of reaching the registration of over 200,000 players and following more than 6,000 talents by 2025. , as the Saudi Qantafay platform is the largest platform in Middle East to discover talent and has won numerous awards in sports innovation and technologies in the largest technical gathering in the world, as well as winning the Saudi final for the World Cup for Entrepreneurs, organized by the Prince Mohammed bin Salman “Misk” Charitable Foundation.

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