IBSA trains football referees in Georgia
Date: July 6, 2016
IBSA Blind Football returned to Tbilisi, Georgia, last weekend to deliver a training course for a new group of blind football referees.
IBSA Blind Football Refereeing Co-ordinator Elias Mastoras travelled to the Georgian capital to conduct the course, which was held at the Tbilisi University of Sport.
The seminar was arranged locally by the Georgian Football Federation for the Blind and Partially Sighted and was attended by seven budding referees.
Caption: participants pose with the IBSA flag.
The training course was held as part of the IBSA Blind Football Development Project Europe, funded by UEFA.
Caption: UEFA Respect logo.