By Brian Mboh
The Cameroon Football Federation has officially made public her 2021/2022 competition chronogram.With the Elite One and two competitions expected to kick-off on March 12,2022.
The non publication of an idea date for the holding of the 2021 Cameroon Cup finals, remains a major preoccupation to many football pundits.
With the newly elected FECAFOOT executive bureau, many developmental projects aimed at ameliorating the practice of football has been on Spotlight.
Henceforth, 25 teams are expected to part-take in the elite One and Two competitions, rebaptized MTN Elite One and Two with the come back of the South African Mobile Telephone Company as major sponsor.
Meanwhile, 13 teams will be expected to play in the Elite two competition.
The Cameroon cup finals perceived to be a major challenger for the division one, two and regional teams is slated for 31/07/2021 and end on 31/08/22.
The group stages and play-offs for the 2021/2022 regional championships kick-off on 27/03/2022 to the 26/06/2022.Meanwhile , the Interpools starts on 10/07/2022 to 24/07/2022.
The National Women’s division one Championship will debut on 26/03/2022 to 25/06/2022. The group stages and play-offs for the women’s division two championships will hold from 9/04/20222 to end on 25/06/2022.
National Youth Championship 2021/2022: Divisional tournament goes from 30/03/2022 to 30/04/2022; Regional tournament 01/06/2022 to 30/06/2022;National tournament 01/07/2022 to 30/07/2022.
Futsal and Beach Soccer Championships: Group Stage and Play-offs runs from 02/05/2022 to 28/05/2022; National tournament from 11/06/2022 to 18/06/2022.
Corps and Veterans Championships: Group stages and play-offs 16/04/2022 to 31/07/2022;National tournament 14/08/2022 to 21/08/2022.
A minimum wage for the 2021-2022 season was fixed at 100,000 FCFA for the players of League 1 and the Guinness Super League. And 50,000 FCFA for the players of League 2.
These Clubs are to present a certificate of solvency equivalent to at least one month’s salary, certified by a bank and must pay all salaries to players throughout the duration of the Championship.
Each club and its salaried staff shall be effectively registered with the National Social Insurance Fund as from the 2022 season.
The Tsinga Football executives have as accord to offer a 20 million subvention for the elite one clubs and 10 million FCFA to the elite two teams. Adding to that is a cash prize of 50million FCFA for the winners of the Elite One and 25 million FCFA for the league two champions.
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