Confederation of African Football (Caf) has started the process of introducing new regulations for its Club Licensing system.
The continental football governing body is introducing the regulations through a seminar which started Wednesday and ends tomorrow in Cairo, Egypt.
The new regulations include an online platform, projects related to club licensing, stadiums and professionalisation of club football in Africa.
Attending the seminar are Caf Executive Committee members, Caf Organising Committee members, representatives of Caf’s 54 member associations, zonal unions, Fifa and sister confederations, FifPro Africa, Club Licensing Seminar instructors and others.
Caf’s Head of Professional Football Department Muhammad Sidat described the seminar as an important landmark moment.
“During the event, we plan to engage with the Caf member associations and launch the new Caf Club Licensing System and stadiums regulatory framework in addition to the Caf Club Licensing Online Platform. We have very high expectations from this seminar and we hope that the participants can take out the most of the platform,” Sidat told Cafonline.
Football Association of Malawi Club Licensing and Compliance Manager Casper Jangale is attending the seminar.