The resumption date was officially communicated to the Chairmen of the 20 participating NPFL clubs by the League Board’s Chief Operating Officer, Davidson Owumi.
One of the key points of the communication was addressing marketing concerns.
The letter assured the clubs that the NPFL Board is committed to making decisions and entering contracts that serve the best interests of the league and the clubs.
Here’s a glimpse of what fans can expect this season:
1. Champions of the upcoming season will receive a substantial ₦150 million, marking a 50% increase from last season’s prize money.
2. In a show of support, a take-off grant of 200 million naira will be distributed among all 20 teams, with each team receiving N10 million.
3. Fans won’t miss any action as matches will be available for live streaming on the NPFL Live app, bringing the excitement directly to their screens.
4. Stay tuned for an update on Propel Sports Africa, with the NPFL Board promising to communicate more information in due course.
5. In a significant development, NPFL reportedly declined a 10-year TV rights offer from Startimes, favoring a 5-year deal. Negotiations between both parties are ongoing, with contract duration being the focal point of discussion.
With 20 teams competing in the classic league format, the stage is set for an intense battle to be crowned Champions of Nigeria.
N200 million is ready to be invested in the Nigeria Premier Football League teams as the league makes its grand return this weekend.
Excitement is building among fans and players as they eagerly await the kickoff of the 2023/2024 NPFL season on the 30th of this month.
Stay tuned for thrilling matches, increased rewards, and the unfolding drama as Nigerian football takes center stage once again this weekend.