The Cameroonian Football Federation (FECAFOOT) have announced the suspension of all have football activities in the country.
Like most countries Cameroon had suspended their football activities for several months due to the coronavirus pandemic.
And now as the number of confirmed cases approach the 3k mark, the country’s football federation have decided to cancel all football activities in the country until the 2020/2021 season.
The decision means that current league leaders PWD Bamenda will be crowned champions for the first time in their history, just four years after being promoted to the first division.
Additionally, second division champions Les Astres and second-placed Yafoot will be promoted. Meaning that there will be 20 teams in the MTN Elite 1 championship next season because all clubs occupying the 15th, 16th, 17th and 18th positions in the first division will not be relegated.
Maletos and New Star, who currently sit bottom of the Cameroonian second division, will also avoid relegation.
The same will be applied for the women’s football league, as the league leaders will be crowned champions and there will be no relegations. As for the youth leagues, they will simply be cancelled and all clubs will be affiliated to the same league next season.