Namibian Stakeholders experience Club Licensing System

Stakeholders of Namibian football got an experience of the Club Licensing System when the Confédération Africaine de Football (CAF) in partnership with the Namibia Football Association (NFA)

Sierra Leone gets feel of CAF Club Licensing

Thirty-five officials representing the various stakeholders of Sierra Leone football took part in the CAF Club Licensing seminar from 18-19 May 2016 in Freetown.

FIFA takes club licensing seminar to Ethiopia

Representatives of clubs and associations from across East, West and North Africa are meeting in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia this week for a club licensing seminar organised by FIFA in collaboration with the Confederation of African Football (CAF)

Uganda organizes CAF Club Licensing seminar

Uganda is the latest East African country after Djibouti to organize the CAF Club Licensing seminar, one of the major elements of professionalism in continental club football.

Club Licensing seminar for South African clubs ends on high

South Africa has hosted the inaugural CAF Club Licensing Seminar for domestic professional clubs from 29-30 March 2016 in Johannesburg

Progress on club licensing project continues with seminar in South Africa

FIFA is pressing ahead with its initiative to build a global club licensing system, with the latest seminar on the topic currently under way in Johannesburg, South Africa.

Gambia hosts Club Licensing workshop

The Gambia Football Federation (GFF) hosted a CAF Club Licensing workshop from 22-23 February 2016 in the coastal town of Kololi.

Zimbabwe takes its turn with Club Licensing workshop

The Zimbabwe Football Association (ZIFA) hosted a CAF Club Licensing workshop from 16-17 February 2016 in Harare.

Club Licensing system gathers momentum

Professionalism in African football is gradually gaining the attention it deserves and in no long a time, it will be the talk on the lips of the stakeholders and followers of the globular leather.

Club Licensing system gathers momentum

Professionalism in African football is gradually gaining the attention it deserves and in no long a time, it will be the talk on the lips of the stakeholders and followers of the globular leather