BFF’s executive committee member Bijon Barua, Cox’s Bazar DSA member Biplob and local coach Jahid were also present on the occasion
Around 250 kids at Ukhia Rohingya refugee camp in Cox’s Bazar began a two-day football training program under the second phase of the Asian Football Confederation and the Bangladesh Football Federation social responsibility program Monday.
The kids were given jerseys and divided into 18 groups before playing against each other.
There will be another training program at the same location today before a match between those children will take place in Cox’s Bazar district stadium, organized by the BFF.
Chief Executive Strategist of Coaches Across Continent, Brian Suskiewicz, and The FA's football coaches Kevin Richard Coleman, Anwar Uddin, Taffazul Islam and Alena Charlene Moulton conducted the program.
BFF’s executive committee member Bijon Barua, Cox’s Bazar DSA member Biplob and local coach Jahid were also present on the occasion.