Leisure League to conduct its first referee and match supervisor trainings in Pakistan

The biggest operator of 5, 6 and 7-a-side leagues in the world, Leisure Leagues, will be conducting its first referee and match supervisor trainings in Pakistan with venues in Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad

The UK-brand maintains a large network of certified officials, which are a core part of the system that helps organize and run leagues at multiple venues. With this in mind, Leisure Leagues has decided to induct its first core batch of officials with a robust training program organized under the watchful eyes of Stuart Winton (One of the world’s leading mini-football referees and Head of Customers, Leisure Leagues UK).

Stuart and his team will be taking a hands-on approach to training in Pakistan, which will be organized in three major cities as Leisure Leagues edges closer to a roll-out. The certified referees from the program will then go on to officiate league games and garner part-time employment in the process, with payouts of up to 1000 PKR per hour.

Not only that, but Stuart will be picking out one promising official who will be travelling to the UK for further training, all-expense paid.

With a country that bustles with 3 million players according to FIFA, Leisure Leagues is all set to raise Pakistan’s first ever football revolution.