Chapa Dimba: Coaching seminar ushers in Coast Region finale

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Coaches who took part in the seminar pose for a photo after the event

Football Kenya Federation, in partnership with Safaricom, has today, Friday, January 19, 2018, held a one-day coaching seminar ahead of the Coast Region Chapa Dimba na Safaricom Youth Tournament final matches.

The seminar targeted coaches whose teams took part in the tournament, reserved for youth under the age of 20. Also in attendance were coaches who graced the basic/ advanced coaching course offered by FKF late last year.

“Our partnership with Safaricom is not only aimed at developing youth and women football but also creating capacity for our grassroots coaches,” said FKF Technical Director Andreas Spier.

“It is for this reason that we have purposed to hold coaching seminars in all Safaricom Chapa Dimba Regional finals,” added Spier.

The coaches were taken through the relevance of the tournament being reserved for the youth. They were also educated on new techniques such as warm-up drills.

“This seminar has given me an opportunity to learn new techniques that I will apply for my upcoming assignments,” said Christine Nanjala, Shimanzi Boys FC coach.

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Focus now shifts to the final matches slated for Saturday, January 20, and Sunday, January 21, 2018, at the Shanzu TTC.

On Saturday, Waa Girls from Kwale will face St John’s Kaloleni in the first girls’ semifinal before Solwogidi from Malindi faces Kilifi Queens in the second semifinal.

In the boys’ category, Iqra FC from Lamu will be up against Breezham from Malindi, with Shimanzi FC from Mombasa facing Shimba Hills from Kwale in the second semifinal.

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The finals are set to be played on Sunday with the overall winner in each category set to represent Coast Region in the National Finals later this year. The finals will be live on free to air channel Bamba Sports

Safaricom has invested Sh100 million towards the program which includes Sh10m worth of prizes as well as funds for the renovation of select community pitches through a legacy programme.