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CONCACAF President Jeffrey Webb welcomes Soccerex to Barbados

CONCACAF President Jeffrey Webb officially welcomed attendees to the Soccerex Americas Forum.

CONCACAF President shares reform roadmap and vision at Leaders

During an interview session today at the Leaders in Football conference, FIFA Vice President and CONCACAF President Jeffrey Webb shared the formula of CONCACAF’s reform.

Webb to lead CONCACAF delegation at the Soccerex Americas Forum

CONCACAF President Jeffrey Webb will officially open the inaugural Soccerex Americas Forum taking place in Barbados.

CONCACAF Free Kick Issue #8

The CONCACAF Free Kick newsletter issue #8 covers Confederation activities from October through November 2014

Webb shares his global vision at Soccerex

“I live my life and I say every day that I could never give back to the game what the game has given me”

Webb Statement on Gremio Rulling

I commend the landmark ruling by the disciplinary commission of the Superior Court of Sporting Justice in Brazil for banning football club Gremio from the Brazilian Cup over recent racist incidents...

Webb statement on Tavecchio comments

The football community is appalled by the recent racist comments made by the Italian Football Federation Vice President, Mr. Carlo Tavecchio.

Webb provides anti-discrimination update at FIFA Congress

Chairman of FIFA Anti-Racism and Discrimination Task Force pledges Member Associations to join the battle for inclusion

CONCACAF Focuses on Reform during Congress

Bonaire Officially Welcomed As Full CONCACAF Member

Webb’s message on Global Watch: Say No to Racism and Discrimination in all sport

Message from Webb, Chairman of FIFA's Anti-Racism and Discrimination Task Force, showcased during the launch of Global Watch.

President Webb speaks about racism with Bryant Gumbel

President Webb, who is Chairman of FIFA¹s Anti-Racism and Discrimination Task Force, appeared on HBO program Real Sports.

Free Kick Issue #5

This is the digital version of the CONCACAF Free Kick newsletter issue #5 which covers Confederation activities from April through May 2014.

Webb praises Kick It Out at London event

CONCACAF President Jeffrey Webb expressed support Tuesday for Kick It Out during an address he delivered at a dinner event celebrating the England-based organization’s 20 years of campaigning work.

President Webb Showing Support for Kick It Out

Gordon Brown, the former Prime Minister, and Jeffrey Webb, chairman of FIFA’s Taskforce Against Racism and Discrimination, will be at the forefront of the line-up of guests to show their appreciation for the 20 years of campaigning by Kick It Out.

CONCACAF President Jeffrey Webb Statement on Anti-Discriminatory Reactions

It is with great pride to see such demonstrations of solidarity in the fight against racism and discrimination across prominent sports industries.

Webb receives French Caribbean progress report

One year after his first official visit to the French Caribbean, CONCACAF President Jeffrey Webb journeyed to French Guiana to meet with football leaders in that region on Wednesday.

Free Kick Issue #4

This is the digital version of the CONCACAF Free Kick newsletter issue #4 which covers Confederation activities from March through April 2014.

Webb meets Atlanta Mayor

President Webb and Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed (pictured above) during a meeting at the Mayor’s Office to discuss local football development.

CONCACAF president discusses anti-corruption in the Caribbean

Speaking on integrity and transparency on the Sports Panel at the UCCI Conference

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