After a meeting held on Tuesday between FECAFOOT and Cameroonian football stakeholders, Louves Minproff was crowned D1 champion of the LFFC, while PWD will be the Cameroonian representative in the CAF Champions League next season.
The press release published for this purpose mentions: “A session of the Bureau of the Executive Committee of FECAFOOT was held by videoconference on May 12, 2020 in order to decide on the current situation of football competitions in Cameroon in a context accentuate by the ravages of the Covid-19 pandemic.
A few hours before a meeting of the CTT (Transitory Technical Committee), extended to the president of FECAFOOT, to the Syndicate of Elite Clubs of Cameroon (SYCEC), to the National Syndicate of Footballers of Cameroon (SYNAFOC), the Medical Committee and the Safety Committee of FECAFOOT, was organized by videoconference in order to decide on the follow-up to be given to the professional championships Elite One and Elite Two.
These meetings come after consultations previously organized by the Executive Committee of FECAFOOT with government authorities, the Cameroon Women’s Football League (LFFC), the Cameroon Youth Football League (LFJC) and the ten regional Leagues . ”
In the light of the statements presented by the various stakeholders, it was decided to:
“- the final cessation of the Elite One and Elite Two championships, the National First Division Women’s Football Championship and the national youth football championships for the 2019/2020 season
“- the cancellation of the regional, departmental, district and second division women’s football championships for the 2019/2020 season
“In accordance with the provisions of the regulations of the First Division Women’s championship, season 2019-2020, the club classified first is declared champion”
A decision that crowns Louves Minproff, champion in the Women’s League and PWD winner in the Men’s (Elite one)