FKF begins club licensing workshop for all Men and Women’s leagues

FKF begins club licensing workshop for all Men and Women’s leagues

The Football Kenya Federation (FKF), in conjunction with the Confederation of African Football (CAF), has begun a three-day club licensing workshop on Tuesday, April 2nd, 2024, for their Men’s and Women’s Premier League and National Super League clubs.

Two representatives from each FKF Premier League and  National Super League club commence their workshop, which will conclude on April 3, 2024.

Subsequently, the workshop will be followed by sessions for 24 representatives from FKF Women Premier League clubs and 32 representatives from the Women National Super League clubs on April 4, 2024.

Mathare United CEO Jecton Obure contributing at the club licensing workshop AT THE Club lICENSING[Photo: FKF]

The primary focus will be on the CAF Club Licensing Online Platform (CLOP), featuring comprehensive training sessions for club representatives on platform usage.

They will also receive detailed presentations on the CAF Club Licensing regulatory framework (edition 2022) for men’s and women’s categories, explaining the mandatory criteria for domestic and continental competitions.

Bandari FC Representative Sarah Wambui Otieno contributing to the Club Licensing Workshop

The workshops will be conducted under the guidance of CAF CLOP Instructor Emmanuel Dasoberi, CAF CLOP Officer Hamza Sorouri, and CAF CLOP Expert Miguel Revera.

CAF CLOP Instructor Emmanuel Dasoberi speaking during the club Licensing workshop

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