Zambia Premier League Clubs urged to be compliant
Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) president Andrew Kamanga has urged Zambia Premier Clubs to be compliant with Club Licensing requirements.
Kamanga said the FAZ executive regards club licensing system as the key ingredient to take the competitions to the next level, and hoped that clubs would take the right step in realising the requirements.
He was speaking when he officially opened a one-day Club Licensing workshop that was meant to review strides made in the implementation of the Club Licensing policy.
“This workshop also provides an opportunity to engage the First Instance Body (FIB) for guidance on how you as clubs can eliminate the failure rate for club licensing both at national level and CAF level,” Kamanga said.
Kamanga also informed the participants of FIFA’s revision of the 2013 Club Licensing Regulation and the introduction of a catalogue of fines for violation of the Club Licensing regulation.
ZANACO, Red Arrows, Lusaka Dynamos, Green Buffaloes, Nkwazi, Young Green Eagles, NAPSA Stars and Green Eagles were some of the MTN Super League clubs that were represented at the workshop.
The second leg of the workshop will take place on Friday 11 June and will attract representation from ZESCO United, Buildcon, Forest Rangers, Indeni, Nkana, Kabwe Warriors, Power Dynamos and Prison Leopards Football Clubs.