The Italian Soccer Federation decided to give the courses after the crash suffered by Eriksen on the field.
Gabriele gravina, President of the Italian Football Federation (FIGC), assured this Monday that compulsory first aid courses will be given to the players and the technical bodies of their affiliated teams.
The FIGC made the decision after what happened to the Danish player Christian eriksen during a match between Denmark and Finland in the Eurocup.
“We will do everything possible so that these compulsory courses are also open to non-professional players. We are going to activate first aid courses in team concentrations,” Gravina said in statements provided by FIGC.
“We will also do it in the coming days in the concentration of the selection,” he added.
Gravina made this decision after the crash suffered last Saturday by Eriksen during Denmark’s game against Finland, when the intervention of his partner Simon Kjaer It was very important before the doctors could intervene and stabilize his situation.