25 Teenagers Begin FIFA Youth Refereeing Course at Njeru

Twenty five participants are taking part in the first ever FIFA Youth Referees Course that got underway on Thursday at the FUFA Technical Center in Njeru.

The five-day course was officially opened by FUFA Technical Director Asumani Lubowa who noted that the federation is geared at raising the level of refereeing in the country and also catering for the upcoming generation.

The TD requested the regional associations to ensure that those upcoming young referees develop their skill to full potential.

“The Course will change the fortune of many of these participants here and this is a great opportunity for all of you to take advantage, adiposity ” said Lubowa.

FIFA instructor Samuel Egesa is in charge of the course that will run up to Tuesday 29th February.

Egesa on his part outlined that the main purpose of FIFA course is to provide Member Associations with technical knowledge through FIFA-run educational courses in the areas of refereeing, women’s football, coaching, Futsal, beach soccer and administrative and medical matters.

“These courses focus not just on the technical aspects of the game, but also on its social values, as youngsters in particular should regard football as a way of life,” Egesa said.

He added that, “The principle behind FIFA’s educational initiatives involves the teachers and participants passing on and exchanging know-how, experiences and information, which in turn finds its way back to the associations, instructors and other sectors of society such as the private sector, government bodies and non-governmental organizations (NGOs).”


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