Thank you for your participation in WCSF2015 – University of Copenhagen

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18 June 2015

Thank you for your participation in WCSF2015

THANK YOU

Thank you so much for your participation in and contribution to WCSF2015 in Copenhagen! We hope that you had an excellent congress experience and that you enjoyed your stay in Copenhagen. The opening session on 20 May can soon be relived on film; and you can also begin to look forward to the WCSF2015 Congress Proceedings as well as the next WCSF2019 in Australia.

The congress organisers are very satisfied with the congress. We hope that you found the scientific programme inspiring; that you enjoyed taking part in the social activities; and that you used the opportunity to expand your professional network.

A special thank you also goes out to the congress sponsors, exhibitors and collaboration partners who all contributed to making the congress possible. 

The congress website is still active, and information about the Congress programme and abstract book; the list of participants; as well as sponsors, exhibitors and collaboration partners is still available.

Relive the opening session on Football & Health

The opening session on 20 May focused on Football & Health. Should you like to revisit the opening session and relive the WCSF2015 atmosphere, you will very soon be able to find the opening session on the congress website.

Congress Proceedings

Congress Proceedings will be published in collaboration with Routledge. The proceedings will include short papers by the invited speakers at the congress.

Set your Goals on Australia for WCSF2019!

Victoria University’s Institute of Sport, Exercise and Active Living (ISEAL) is looking forward to welcoming you to the 9th World Congress on Science & Football in 2019 (WCSF2019) in Melbourne, Australia.

“ISEAL conducts world-leading research in sport science and is proud to be announced as the host of WCSF2019” said Professor Mike McKenna, Director - ISEAL, after the announcement in Copenhagen.

The 2014 SportsBusiness Ultimate Sports City (Large City), Melbourne is home to multidisciplinary approaches to football research, four major football codes, and world class football stadiums and sporting venues. For those who come early or stay longer, Melbourne is a city like no other. Immerse yourself in Melbourne’s art, sports culture and vibrant lifestyle and you will discover an amazing and unique city.

The World Congress on Science and Football 2019: “Many Codes, Diverse Disciplines, One Football Family!”

Follow WCSF2019 developments via Twitter (@FootballVU, #wcsf2019).