NFF Announces Registration Fees for Upcoming Federation Cup

by Hashim
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In a recent announcement from the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), participating clubs in the forthcoming Federation Cup will be required to pay registration fees to compete in this prestigious football competition, MySportDab reports.

The NFF has set the registration fees at One hundred and fifty thousand naira (N150,000) for the men’s teams and One hundred thousand naira (N100,000) for the women’s teams, underscoring their commitment to the development of both men’s and women’s football.

The NFF’s decision to introduce these registration fees is seen as a step towards ensuring the sustainability and quality of the Federation Cup.

These fees will help support and enhance the overall organization of the tournament, allowing clubs to participate in one of Nigeria’s oldest and most respected football competitions.

Additionally, the NFF has emphasized the importance of timely registration. Clubs registering late will incur higher fees, with late registration fees set at Fifty thousand naira for men’s teams and Twenty thousand naira for women’s teams.

This approach encourages clubs to complete their registration promptly, ensuring the smooth preparation and execution of the tournament.

In a press statement released by the NFF, the registration fees were officially detailed. For the men’s competition, clubs will need to allocate N150,000 for their registration, while the women’s competition will require a fee of N100,000.

Late registrants for the men’s competition will face a higher fee of N200,000, and women’s teams will be subject to a late registration fee of N120,000.

The Federation Cup, a beloved football competition in Nigeria, has a rich history and tradition. It serves as a platform for clubs to showcase their talent and compete at the highest level of the sport.

Last year’s final saw Bendel Insurance of Edo State emerge victorious, defeating a resilient 10-man Rangers International side with a 1-0 scoreline in a thrilling contest held at the Stephen Keshi Stadium in Asaba, Delta State.

The competition holds even greater significance, as the winners secure the opportunity to represent Nigeria in the 2024/25 CAF Confederation Cup, a prestigious international tournament that offers clubs the chance to compete on the continental stage.

The introduction of these registration fees marks an important development in the ongoing efforts to elevate Nigerian football, ensuring that the Federation Cup continues to be a breeding ground for talent and a showcase of the nation’s footballing prowess.

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