By Pierre Caleb Jephté
As planned, the FHF launched the various national competitions at the El Rancho hotel including the women's D1. For this season, 15 teams will compete for the first echelon, the D2 and the D3 will make their appearances.
“All the country's football competitions will henceforth be headed by the Competitions Directorate which is headed by Hicaine Lafleur,” such was the statement of the Secretary General of the FHF, Carlo Marcelin at the time of his intervention yesterday Thursday in the ceremony. He also announced that for this year, there will be a D2 and a D3 women in order to allow the girls to play to the maximum.
The D2 will be played with the teams not selected in D1 such as the Arcadins de Montrouis, the Victoria de Jacmel or the Olympia des Cayes but also, with the recently founded stables. Once registrations close, DICONA will focus on the format and holding of this grand premiere. The D3 for its part, will practically be for the children of the regional academies of the FHF who are aged between 8 and 15.
For the D1, the format has been modified and the reasons which have caused this change are the current situation from the country. In fact, the competition will no longer play in 2 groups since the 15 clubs will be divided into 3 groups: 7 in the West, 4 in the South and in the North. The teams from the West will play 7 days and those from the South and the North will play 6 days well before the playoffs, scheduled in a single seat between the 8 best teams (4 from the West, 2 in the South and in the Nord).
The oldest of the women's teams, Amazon FC, which is about to celebrate its 50th anniversary in 2021, will play in the competition this season alongside the recent champion, Valentina FC but also, with AS Tigresses, l'Aigle Brillant AC, Anacaona FC and Real Jongleuses, a new merger between Real Hope FA and the Jongleuses du Cap.
The season will start on September 25 and as usual, the reigning champion will start hostilities. Valentina FC of Jean Ronald Matador will face Amazon FC and in the South group, Anacaona FC will face off against Paloma FC of Les Cayes while in the North, Venus FC of Gonaïves will go to Fort-Liberté to face the AFFL.
The schedule for the first day:
West Group – September 25 and 26, 2020
Valentina FC – Amazones FC
Aigle Brillant AC – Camp Nous
Don Bosco FC – ASF Croix-des-Bouquets
AS Tigresses on break
Groupe Sud – September 26, 2020
Paloma FC – Anacaona SC
Exafoot – AS Truitier
Groupe Nord – September 26, 2020
Real Jongleuses – Ouanaminthe FC
AF Fort-Liberte – Venus FC
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