The Secretary General of CTFP, the Transitional Committee in charge of the management professional football in Cameroon, Faustin Blaise Mbida, has disclosed that the Elite One and Elite Two championships for the 2023/2024 football season will be played in a single pool.
Faustin Blaise Mbida made the announcement recently during an interview with Radio Campus in Yaounde.
Apart from the top and second tier championships to be played in a single pool, Faustin Blaise Mbida added that the Elite One championship will be played with 19 clubs while the Elite Two championship will be played with 15 teams.
“This upcoming season we will play in a unique pool in the Elite One and Elite Two”
“Elite One will play with 19 clubs and Elite Two with 15 clubs”, he said.
Since the 2019/2020 football season where PWD of Bamenda was crowned elite One champions, the top tier and second tier championships have since then been played in two pools. But for the just ended season where the elite two championship was played in a single pool.
The announcement by Faustin Blaise Mbida means that the Elite One championship will return to it’s normal format on a single pool.
In the elite One championship, Victoria United and Dynamo of Douala will join 17 other teams maintained at the end of the just ended season.
Meanwhile, Djiko FC, Eding Sports, Renaissance of Ngoumou, Dragon of Yaounde and YAFOOT who were relegated from the elite one will play in the elite two championship.
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