By Boris Esono N
Sports Writer kick442.com, Cameroon
In a bit to promote women’s football the Southwest Regional league of FECAFOOT has created an independent women’s League to promote the growth of the women’s game in the region.
This decision was made known by the President of the SW Regional League of FECAFOOT, Ndive Molongu Thomas December 12, in Buea during the General Assembly of the league.
The President went on to call on the club officials to do more in investing in women’s football so as to get it to a considerable level.
Famale football is on of the competition which has not been heavily promoted by the Federation in the region. All efforts to get one of the ground has met various challenges. The women’s league was expected to commence this September but the outbreak of the coronavirus that dashed all hopes.
More so, few clubs can boost of having a women’s division. The clubs focus solely on the senior male selection and some even go further to have a junior team.
The Southwest Region is one of the Regions that cannot at the moment boost of a women’s club in the elite level, now the Guineas Women’s Super League.
Vision Sports Bamenda is the lone English club presently at the National level. With such a decision from the Southwest Regional League of FECAFOOT, it is expected that more investment will be directed towards building women’s football in the region.
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