Central One Football Association (COFA) will engage stakeholders and officials of the 32 communities who will compete in this year’s Super Inter-Community League at the Parade Ground on 2nd February 2017.
With the league scheduled to kick-off on Sunday 5th February 2017, the COFA Chairman Sama Sesay said the seminar is designed to lecture and update officials about the rules and regulations that will govern this year’s competition.
Before the one-day seminar, several meetings have been conducted by both the tournament organizers and the community stakeholders in which numerous assurance were made on both sides.
The 32 participating communities have already been divided into 8 groups of 4 teams.
Group A includes; Kroo Bay, Okaymorie, Brookfields and Mountain City, Group B involves;-Cole Farm, Aberdeen, Kissy Road and Black Hall Road. In Group C; Krootown Road, Mount Auroel, Wilberforce and Cline Town will battle for qualifications.
In Group D; Lumley Community will have to battle against newcomers Abacha City, Calaba Tong and Ascension Town while Group E includes; Foulah Tong, Dove Cut, Kingtom and Aberdeen Road
Bambara Town, Moiba Community, Kolleh Town and Thunder Hill are all in Group F while Magazine Community, Wellington, Central and Seaside are all paired in Group G. The last group comprises of Kuntorloh Community, Grass Field, Kossoh Town and Tower Hill