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CAF stadium inspectors meet in Rabat for workshops

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The Mohammed VI Football Center in Mamoura is hosting a workshop that brings together stadium inspectors from the Confederation of African Football (CAF) to discuss ways to build and maintain sports infrastructures by member associations, in line with the development of African football.

In his opening speech at the workshop on Monday, Lekjaa, president of the Royal Moroccan Football Association and member of the Executive Bureau of the African Football Confederation, emphasized the importance of investing in world-class infrastructure and maintaining facilities.

The workshop, which kicked off yesterday and runs until Wednesday, focuses on a number of points, including the regulatory framework for CAF stadiums, inspection guidelines, natural and artificial pitches, lighting assessment, stadium security and press facilities, according to a CAF statement.
On the sidelines of the same workshop, inspectors who will be appointed by CAF to guide member clubs and associations in applying the required standards while hosting events organized by the continental body, in accordance with the stadium regulations issued in 2022, will also be trained.

The workshop includes theoretical and practical training sessions for the inspectors, including visits to a range of stadiums, as well as training on the use of the CLOP platform launched by CAF two years ago to help clubs and federations in the process of inspecting stadiums for continental and national competitions.

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