Just one day to go for the start of the Women’s Football League dubbed Guinness Super League to kick-off and the prizes for clubs to finish in the top five are already known.
The winner of the women championship would bag home the sum of FCFA 20million, the runner up FCFA 15m, the third FCFA10m. The fourth would get FCFA 3m while the fifth goes home with FCFA 2million.
With the prizes in view, clubs are preparing seriously for the season and making their ambitions clear.
One of the clubs, Vision FC Bamenda has made it clear that their objective is to finish the season in the three.
Like last year, the season kicks off with 12 clubs and the games would be played both home and away.
For the curtain raiser at the Yaounde Ngoa-Ekelle Stadium on April 16, last year winner, Awa Filles FC is set to dig it out with Louves Minproff also ready for the season.
The opening ceremony would be a celebration of women’s football, with a display of fans and artists.
The legendary player, Roving Ambassador, Roger Millia who has been at the forefront of the promotion of women’s football has promised to be at the stadium.
He is also urging fans and lovers of women’s football to turn out ‘en masse’ at the stadium.
Cameroon and Inter Millan forward, Nchout Njoya Ajara in a video has called on the fans to head to the stadiums to support women football starting with the opening game now that they have a sponsor.