By iSportconnect | October 6, 2014

Jerome Champagne, FIFA Presidential Candidate has chosen the INTERNATIONAL SPORTS CONVENTION 2014 in Geneva to make a major address outlining his vision of the future of FIFA and the future direction of Football Governance in the next decade. This key note address will take place on the first day – December 10, 2014 at Palexpo, Geneva, Switzerland.

Jerome’s key message and vision to date has been to re-balance the game in a globalized 21st century.

Jerome Champagne comments: “The imbalances in football today are our greatest challenge. They are endangering that which is the very strength and promise of our Sport – namely its universal nature and the opportunity that it gives everyone to play and to win”.

Jerome’s presentation at the INTERNATIONAL SPORTS CONVENTION 2014 will ensure the debate of FIFA is intensified, as the FIFA elections of 2015 come nearer.

The INTERNATIONAL SPORTS CONVENTION 2014 will be taking place on December 10-11, 2014 at Palexpo, Geneva, having previously been held in Amsterdam in 2012. This will be the world’s largest Sports Convention in 2014, consisting of 18 Conferences, a shared Exhibition andmany Networking opportunities. About 2000 delegates and 150 speakers are expected to join the Convention.


  • ensuring business and networking occurs and through welcoming 150 speakers – ensuring best practice in Sport is shared through the conference content and
  • discussing the future challenges of Sport.

The INTERNATIONAL SPORTS CONVENTION 2014 comments “Education and debate is at the heart of our Sports Convention, it is therefore fitting for us to welcome Jerome to make this key address – as Football and FIFA look to enter a new era”.

To attend any of the Conferences under the INTERNATIONAL SPORTS CONVENTION2014 please register online.

Please note that Conference Delegate Ticket prices will rise from October 30, 2014 by 25% and will continue to rise nearer the Event, so book early to guarantee your place at the best rate!

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Check out our preliminary Conference Programmes in our Pre-Event Guide.