The Ghana Football Association is set to launch the 2020/21 Juvnile Football League season at the GFA secretariat in Accra on Wednesday 28, April 2021.
The Juvenile football which has been dormant for some time due to various reasons according to the FA will commence on May 7, 2021.
This competition will unearth and develop youth talent in football and as a result a ceremony will be held to unveil the season which is expected to be attended by clubs and administrators of the various juvenile teams.
In a statement from the FA, Juvenile football which is the backbone of every football nation has been dormant for some time now due to varied reasons – but the competition is expected to be revitalised in the coming days.
The Juvenile Committee is expected to come up with a well-structured programme and policy to bolster the management and revamping of juvenile football across the country. The 2020/21 Juvenile football League will commence on the weekend of May, 7/8/9 2021.
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