Super Falcons captain Asisat Oshoala has been selected to FIFA’s technical advisory committee, according to Completesports.com.
Jill Ellis, a two-time Women’s World Cup-winning coach, will serve as the advisory group’s head of body, along with Banyana Banyana of South head coach Desiree Ellis, Chelsea gaffer Emma Hayes, and USA star Alex Morgan.
FIFA is engaging with various women’s football stakeholders, including member associations, confederations, clubs, leagues, and teams, as part of a broader comprehensive consultation process.
Competitive balance, expanded opportunities for underserved nations, a FIFA Women’s Club World Cup, increased visibility and participation, FIFA international windows, prize money, and the possibility of staging a biennial FIFA Women’s World Cup were among the topics discussed by the FIFA Technical Advisory Group (TAG) led by Jill Ellis, a statement on the FIFA website.
On October 15, the TAG, which includes players, coaches, referees, administrators, sports scientists, and executives from each of the six continental confederations, conducted its second meeting.