Football Kenya Federation has kicked off at two-day  Physical Endurance Test (PET) training for their referees on Thursday, June 3, 2021, at Bukhungu Stadium, Kakamega.

Drawn from different leagues under the Federation, the 240 participants will go through agility and endurance drills to test their physical ability as medical tests to ascertain their fitness to officiate the league matches.

FKF Referees Manager Sylvester Kirwa opined that the main purpose of the Physical Endurance Test training is to check their fitness level after the Covid 19 break that suspended all sporting activities.

“This is a mandatory PET training to all FKF officials in a bid to gauge their fitness levels after the suspension of all FKF leagues due to Covid 19,” opined  FKF Referees Manager Sylvester Kirwa.

The course is being spearheaded by Sylvester Kirwa, Tabitha Wambui, and Caleb Amwayi and will close on Friday, June 4, 2021.