Ghana Football Association is set to welcome another league into its football structure over the weekends with the return of juvenile leagues across designated centers in the country.
The talent discovery platform is expected to welcome thousands of footballers across three tiers spanning the U-13 to the U-17.
The cluster based championship will see clubs participating at the District levels up until the national grid where eventual champions will be crowned in a glamorous event.
Each district will have clubs participating in the U-15, U-15 and the U-17 level in what traditionally referred to as colts football.
Juvenile committees at the Regional Football Associations have been tasked with the organization of the much awaited leagues whiles the GFA plays supervisory role.
A communiqué from the Ghana FA to the league organizers instructed that all U-13 matches be played for 60 minutes whiles U-15 and U-17 matches shall last for 75 and 90 minutes respectively.
In addition, all U-13 matches should be played every other weekends whiles the other two tiers be played on weekly basis.
The National Juvenile league, chaired by the GFA capo Kurt ES Okraku, was launched in the nation’s capital with some representatives from the football family.
Matches will kick off on the weekends of May 7, 8 and 9th at the District and regional levels.