President Dragan Džajić and General Secretary Jovan Šurbatović explain how the Football Association of Serbia will use UEFA support to strengthen infrastructure, on- and off-the-pitch.
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UEFA President Aleksander Čeferin met with leaders of the Football Association of Serbia (FSS) in Nyon on Monday, hearing first-hand how UEFA funding will help build strong foundations for the Serbia game’s future.
FSS President Dragan Džajić, visiting the House of European Football for the first time since his election in March, and General Secretary Jovan Šurbatović underlined the important role of UEFA’s HatTrick development programme in implementing their association’s four-year strategy.
New headquarters, Academy, playing surfaces
Set up in 2004, HatTrick redistributes EURO revenue to UEFA’s 55 member associations for investment in development and infrastructure projects. The FSS will draw on UEFA to provide financial support for the construction of a new headquarters, establish a Football Academy and improve playing surfaces across the nation.