The Egyptian capital, Cairo, from 1-3 May 2016 was the venue for the first ever Video and Information Technology (IT) Technicians course, one of the latest programs of the CAF Refereeing Division in their quest to develop officiating.
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.
A ground-breaking course for Promising Referees across the continent saw the light of day with Niger hosting the maiden pilot project from 11-16 April 2016 in the capital, Niamey.
South Africa has hosted the inaugural CAF Club Licensing Seminar for domestic professional clubs from 29-30 March 2016 in Johannesburg
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.
The Gambia Football Federation (GFF) hosted a CAF Club Licensing workshop from 22-23 February 2016 in the coastal town of Kololi.
The Zimbabwe Football Association (ZIFA) hosted a CAF Club Licensing workshop from 16-17 February 2016 in Harare.
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.
The Confederation Africaine de Football (CAF) has organised a one week course for Elite ‘A’ Referees and Assistant Referees in Cairo, Egypt to update and refresh their knowledge and skills in the conduct of their duties.
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