170 FKF National Super League match officials have today, Monday, November 21, 2022, begun a three-day mandatory Physical Endurance Test (PET) at the MISC Kasarani Stadium.

Football Kenya Federation Vice President Doris Petra presided over the opening ceremony with FKF CEO Barry Otieno, FKF NEC member Central Region Davis Chege, FKF NEC member Anthony Makau, FKF NEC Women Representative Margaret Omondi, FKF Nairobi West chairman Caleb Malweyi, and FKF Kakamega chairman Allan Muhando also gracing the event.

The match officials were taken through endurance and agility drills that assess their physical ability as well as medical tests that vouch for their fitness to officiate the league matches.

FKF FIFA instructor Damaris Kimani reiterated acting FKF referees manager Stephen Oduor’s words saying,” The aim of these mandatory PET trainings is to enable our match officials to keep abreast with the amended laws of the game 2022/23 and check on their physical and medical fitness.”

Today, the FKF National Super League match commissioners and assessors were taken through football integrity classes and the referees will have a class tomorrow morning on the same.

The FKF National Super League PET training will culminate on Thursday, November 24, 2022, and afterward, the FKF Division One League referees will have their session between November 28, and November 30, 2022.