Fawzi Lakjaa chairs the Stadium Inspectors Forum in Rabat, organized by CAF – Today 24

Fawzi Lakjaa, President of the Royal Moroccan Football Federation and member of the Executive Committee of the Confederation of African Football, chaired the Stadium Inspectors Forum, organized by the Confederation of African Football at the Mohammed VI Football Complex.

At the beginning of this forum, which is attended by 34 participants and extends for three days, Fawzi Lakjaa noted the training in the field of stadium inspection, stressing that the number of participants highlights the extent of interest in infrastructure, which is the basic foundation for the formation of new, effective and professional generations in football.

Fawzi Lekjaa explained that creating a strong infrastructure that meets all professional conditions and standards is essential for the formation and emergence of generations of players, adding that the more high-quality infrastructure is available, the better and more developed the future of African football will be.

The workshops of this forum focus on ways to build and maintain the infrastructure of the 54 CAF member federations, in accordance with international standards of quality and safety.

Participants will discuss many topics, such as the legal framework for the construction of stadiums, stadium inspection standards, turfing of stadiums with natural and artificial grass, lighting testing under floodlights, sports security in stadiums, and facilities and spaces designated for media activities.

Following this forum, CAF will appoint inspectors at the African club level in order to transfer these theoretical and applied experiences, under the supervision of CAF officials during the demonstrations and matches organized by CAF.

Following the work of this forum, tests will be organized for workshop participants on several topics such as inspection, sports security, lighting, and equipment for medical and media spaces.

It is worth noting that the Kingdom of Morocco will organize several major football events in the future, such as the competitions of the seventh edition of the African Cup of Nations indoor football next April in Rabat, and the competitions of the next edition of the African Cup of Nations Senior in the summer of 2025, in addition to the next five editions of the Women’s World Cup competitions. For under 17 years starting next year, and the 2030 World Cup with Spain and Portugal.

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