Cheché Vidal

Engineer, Technologist, and Sportsman in Miami Beach, FL

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An Olympian, All-American and former Professional soccer player.

Mechanichal Engineer with a Masters in Education in Human Movement & Biomechanics from Boston University.

Former Vice-President of Technology for USA '94 World Cup.

Pioneer sport technologist specialized on the digital transformation of sport, creator of (the first-ever official Internet Service for a Sports Governing Body,) and

A sport technology entrepreneur with more than 30 years working with most important sport organizations around the globe such as: FIFA, COI, AFC, CONMEBOL, CONCACAF, CAF, contributor as innovation expert of the Bid for FIFA World Cup United 2026 (USA, Mexico and Canada) and leader of operations at grand sporting events, such as the World Cup (France '98, Japan & Korea 2002), Concacaf Gold Cup (1998-2003), Rugby World Cup (Wales, 1999), Olympic Games (Atlanta 1996), the European Cup (England 1996).

A humanistic and socially responsible entrepreneur: Founder of The Fair Competition Institute an on-line resource created to assist soccer community leaders in the proper management of soccer competitions and the understanding of the educational and transformational power of sports competitions.

Speaker in numerous industry conventions and events, among them: South American Sports Marketing Convention (Ecuador 2003), The World's Forum (Barcelona 2004), the International Football Summit (Germany 2008), and the FIFA CIES (Caracas 2011).

  • Education
    • BS Engineering, MEd Boston University