The Nigerian Football Federation Executive Committee has revised downward the entry fees that clubs will be required to pay to participate in this year’s Fed Cup competition.

While the men’s Clubs will part with the sum of N70,000 to be part of this year’s competition, the women’s Clubs will pay only the sum of N50,000.

Ag of NFF. Competitions Director Ruth David confirmed to thenff.com that the NFF Board chose to revise the fees downwards to encourage many more Clubs to participate in this year’s competition in both the men’s and women’s categories.

While registration fees are low, the program itself has not changed from what was officially communicated to the Soccer Association in all 36 states and the FCT. Club registration will take place over a fortnight between January 16 and 30, while the submission of completed player forms for license production will take place between January 31 and February 6.

This year’s Fed Cup competition in the various states and the FCT will take place between February 18 and March 19, with the states and the FCT expected to submit the names of their two representatives in the competition. national to the NFF before March 20.

The dates of the playoff games, the National Draws and the different stages of the national competition will be determined in a timely manner.

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