Africa’s largest football coaching organisation, Football Coaches Association of African Nations (FCAAN) and one of the leading Universities in the United States of America, Baker University, have agreed a partnership
FCAAN Founder and President, Dr. Terry Eguaoje, described the partnership as a good development for coaching education in the continent.
“It is sign of progress made at FCAAN and our determination to boost coaching education across all levels”, he said.
Over the years, FCAAN’s has grown to become the Coaching Education partner of the Nigeria Football Federation tasked with developing Coaches in Nigeria from grassroots to professional levels.
Speaking on the initiative, Baker University Dean of School of Professional and Graduate Students, Dr. Matthew Bice said: “I am excited about the partnership between Baker University and the Football Coaches Association of Africa Nations (FCAAN) because it highlights how education connects people
“Our accredited online programs, paired with the ability to obtain coaching credentials in-person, open endless opportunities, including international partners. Dr. Terry Eguaoje is a global leader. We are proud to partner with him and FCAAN to enrich the soccer community”.
With this development, FCAAN members will enjoy a discount at
Baker University, which offers coaching education in addition to its regular courses.
FCAAN & Baker University will announce more levels of collaboration in the nearest future.
Football Coaches Association of Africa Nations – FCAAN, founded in 2004 in Houston, Texas in the United States of America as a non-profit educational organization operating in Africa to help educate Grassroots and elite coaches in the latest coaching methodology. The vision of FCAAN is to be the leading organization in Africa dedicated to providing the most recent and comprehensive coaching courses to football coaches in Africa and around the world.