The season will run with the six clubs competing for the Round Cup and Knock-out Cup trophies, over the course of five months.
There will be eight divisions participating in this year’s season and they are the premier mens, senior womens, under-17 mens, U14 boys, U14 girls, U11 mixed, U9 mixed and the U7 mixed teams.
Clubs will be gearing up their teams training to get ready for this year’s football season.
CIFA competitions manager, Pauline Dean, explains the addition to the divisions saying, “during some of the recent seasons, we have seen a boost in young children joining clubs to play football. Due to the huge number of children within the U11 and U8 age groups who play now, we noticed that some children don’t get much game time. We removed the U8 mixed division and added an U9 mixed and U7 mixed.
“Through this change we hope to see a lot more children getting more game time and a lot more children joining clubs, getting active and having fun. We also hope that teams are more balanced with the children playing against other children of a similar age rather than having as an example, an eight-year-old playing against a five-year-old.”
Dean also mentioned that the draw for the season will be made available soon.