Home → Elite → Football → News Football News Wyscout Forum 2021 - Here’s What Happened at The Third Virtual Edition 19 Nov, 2021 1 Min Read In two days of intense networking and negotiations, hundreds of decision-makers from all around the world met virtually ahead of the next transfer window. Another edition of the Wyscout Forum concludes two days of transfer networking. On November 16-17, more than 270 attendees met virtually to network and kick off transfer negotiations ahead of the winter transfer window. With COVID-19 continuing to complicate international travel, we’ve continued to provide the same high-value networking opportunities to clubs, intermediaries and agencies worldwide from the comfort of their home or office. The third virtual edition proved to be as successful as the previous ones, with delegates connecting virtually from 46 countries collectively, engaging in over 1300 meetings across two days. Connecting key decision-makers from elite football clubs and some of the best agents and intermediaries from top agencies worldwide, this 21st edition of the Wyscout Forum offered 72 meeting slots across the two days, allowing delegates to maximize the networking opportunities in one of the most critical times of the season. It’s always a pleasure to be present at Wyscout Forum, where we can easily connect with clubs and agents all over the world. It’s a valued time where we share opinions, demands and market expectations. Wyscout Forum provides a user-friendly video agenda tool, that maximizes our meetings. Looking forward to meeting again at the next Forum! Vitor Gonçalves - General Manager, ProEleven As a complementary feature to the Wyscout Forum, we have released two on-demand panels with hot topics for the football community. In the first one, International Consultant, Stefano Malvestio, and Head of Agents at FIFA, Luis Villa-Boas Pires, discussed the upcoming FIFA Reform on Agents Regulations. In the latter, Hudl’s Regional Director of Customer Solutions, Austin Fuller, and Sr. Solutions Consultant, Tom Goodall, presented the latest trends around data strategies for clubs and intermediaries. Follow Wyscout on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn! The 2021 Wyscout Forum had 270 participants from 46 countries. Here are some key statistics to paint a picture of the global reach of this event: 260+ active participants made up of 165 club representatives & 105 agents150+ individual clubs from around the world46 countries from Japan to Peru1270+ meetings scheduled over the 2 days93% of meetings being transnational60 Meetings organized by the Head of Scouting KV Kortrijk With another successful edition of Wyscout Forum in the books, we look forward to welcoming you to the next one. Don’t forget to register your interest in future events at this link.