Dana Kemanusiaan Kompas
Nama & Peristiwa
A Wembley Full of Memories
England and Germany will meet again on Tuesday (29/6/2021) at 11 p.m. Western Indonesia Time. This meeting is deemed too early, and neither team like having to meet so early.
Euro 2020 Reignites Joy
Public spaces in Europe that had been desolate for a long time are beginning to thrum with activity again as the Euro 2020 kicks off. In Rome, Italy, the square was filled with people who were yearning for joy.
Keep the Soccer Competition Commitment
Soccer in the country has returned after being suspended for a year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Efforts to maintain a commitment to organizing competitions with strict health protocols are the next challenge.
Problems in Indonesian Soccer
The suspension of Persipura Jayapura’s activities due to financial difficulties is the latest evidence of problems in the management of soccer clubs in the country.
Mismanagement in Junior Soccer
The jubilation of the junior soccer competitions has a sad story behind it. A number of young players were allegedly recruited without receiving their rights.
Not Everyone Can Become Professional Players
The rules on facilities that Indonesian soccer clubs must provide for youth players are not yet standardized.
Looking at the 2021 Event
It’s unquestionable that Indonesia will not hold soccer competition in 2020. The Covid-19 pandemic must end soon so that we can hold soccer events in 2021.
National Police Still Do not Issue Crowd Permit to Liga 1
The National Police still refuse to issue a crowd gathering permit for soccer matches.
Players and Clubs Fall Victims
The Shopee League 1 and League 2 soccer competitions for the 2020-2021 season failed to kick off on 1 October because the National Police did not issue permits for any mass assembly as the Covid-19 pandemic.
People Await Sports Events
The Covid-19 pandemic has not dampened public interest, especially young and productive people, in watching sports matches. In fact, if possible, some fans can attend the sporting events.