Football Kenya Federation is set to host club officials from the eighteen FKF Premier League clubs for a Club Licensing Workshop on Friday, August 4, 2023 in Nairobi.

The workshop is  as a precursor to the Club Licensing process for the domestic season 2023/24 and is aimed at sensitizing the clubs on the FKF draft regulations and also to get feedback from them on the same.

Feedback got from the clubs shall inform the final document for the club licensing regulations.

Clubs will also be sensitized on the sanctions to be imposed in case there will be an inability to meet criteria for licensing.

The club licensing criteria will be measured against five elements including, sporting, infrastructure, personnel, legal and financial elements.

Clubs will have to meet the mandatory requirements to be able to be given a license to compete in all domestic competitions. The club licensing process will also be rolled out to the FKF-NSL clubs in due course.

As fronted by World governing body FIFA through respective confederations, Club licensing is designed to improve club football by targeting key areas in club governance and youth football.

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