The FIFA For Schools (F4S) mobile application is now available to all Kenyan coaches handling players between the ages of 4-14 years, following the launch of the FIFA Football for Schools Program in Kakamega on Sunday, July 30, 2023.

The mobile app, which is available on the Google Play Store and the Apple Store, is an online learning platform with relevant content for the F4S program’s stakeholders, among them the coaches.

It contains detailed content and guidance on managing and delivering F4S activities to boys and girls aged 4-7, 8-11 and 12-14 which combine football with life skills.

The application needs to be accessed online using a stable internet connection for a start. Thereafter, session plans, both in video and text form, can be downloaded for offline use, anywhere across the country.

How To access F4S Application

The FIFA For Schools Application is available on the Google Play Store for Android users and the Apple App Store for iOS users. It is free to download and use.

How To Use the App

1. To use the application, you have to create a user account.
2. Register an account using your email address
3. Add your school/team and save changes
4. Create Curriculum and choose tailor-made sessions of choice and save the curriculum
5. Use the different available sessions in training

Available Resources

1. Easy-to-follow videos
2. Detailed instructions on the thematic life skills depending on the students’ needs

About the Football for Schools (F4S) Program

The F4S program is a joint initiative between FIFA and the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). Through the program, FIFA aims at impacting over 700 million children, both boys and girls, across the globe.

The program has been designed to promote targeted life skills and competencies through football and contribute to the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and other priorities.

In Kenya, the program is set to directly benefit over 2,000 schools across the country. Participating schools are set to receive footballs and training equipment from FIFA through FKF. Furthermore, primary school teachers who are directly involved with the children shall be given priority in FKF’s coaching courses.

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