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Just In: South West Regional League Kicks Off On December 13.

The 2020/21 South West Regional League Kicks off on Sunday December 13,  2020 at The Tiko Town Green Stadium at 3pm.

Football in the region ended prematurely due to the outbreak of the deadly COVID-19 pandemic in March this year.

With the go ahead from the government to resume sporting activities in the country,  the South West Fecafoot has announced the start of the new season after close to nine months without competitive football.

Following a comminique released on December 5 2020, the Secretary General of the South West Fecafoot,  Mr Sylvester Esowe Mwambo announced that the season will be launched on December 13,  2020. 

The season opener will see the 2009 elite one champions Tiko United host EEMSA at the Tiko Town Green Stadium at 3pm with the remaining day one matches coming up on Wednesday December 16, 2020. 

Both Tiko United and EEMSA were in the same group last term with the Samba topping the group with 10 points in four games.

Meanwhile,  EEMSA tailed the group with 1 point in four matches.

With the distribution of FIFA COVID-19 funds to Amateur clubs on going, the South West Fecafoot  is working in collaboration with club owners to ensure that these funds go a long way to create a positive impact on the local players.

According to the Secretary General,  clubs must ensure that their creation documents from the government authorities must be up to date so that the FIFA connect system will be available for all.

It should be noted that the General Assembly of the South West Fecafoot have been announced for Saturday December 12,  2020 at the South West Fecafoot secretariat in Buea.

So far, out of the 26 clubs that participated in the league last season, 24 have so far compiled with Fecafoot status.




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