Clubs General Assemblies : FECAFOOT Publishes Calendar

The Secretary General of the institution has published the programme for the holding of general assemblies of clubs before the start of the season.

The 2020-2021 football season will kick off in October on a date yet to be determined. Prior to the start of the new season, the different teams in the Elite one and Two championships have begun preparing their annual general assemblies. In this light, the Secretary General of FECAFOOT, Benjamin Didier Banlock, has published the calendar for the holding of general assemblies of the different clubs. The purpose of the release is to remind club officials of the texts governing the holding of preseason general assemblies of professional and amateur clubs before coming up with a calendar to ensure order in the holding of general assemblies. 
The release states that all clubs that desire to take part in the competitions organised by FECAFOOT leagues under the institution must organise general assembly which will be supervised by a representative of FECAFOOT before the kick off of the sports season. The release further states that the report of the general assembly must be part of the registration document. Documents without the report of the general assembly will be rejected. According to the programme, general assemblies for teams in Elite One and Two championships and women Division One championship will take place from August 25 to September 15, 2020. The general assemblies of clubs of amateur championship will take place from October 1 to 15, 2020. Football activities in the country were suspended in March due to the outbreak of the Coronavirus. The 2019-2020 season ended in May due to the effects of the pandemic. Due to the situation, teams were not relegated. Consequently, 20 clubs will compete in the Elite One championship while the Elite Two championship will have 12 clubs. Some clubs are busy recruiting players in view of the eagerly-awaited resumption.  



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