MORE or less 100 footballers around the region will compete in the 2018 Dynamic Football League (DFL) in different football fields in Negros Occidental on July 28.
The second conference of the DFL will be divided into 3 divisions – North Negros, Central Negros, and South Negros.
According to Negros Occidental Football Association (NOFA) General Secretary Roland Allan Treyes, they want to bring football closer to the people.
“By mounting this event, participants will spend less on traveling to Sta. Maria every weekend to play. Moreover, we showcase the sport as part of our grassroots programs,” he added.
North Negros will cover Victorias City onward to San Carlos City while Central Negros will have EB Magalona to Bacolod as South Negros will start from Bago City to Kabankalan City.
The tournament will feature four game categories – Born 2010 Mix, Born 2008 Mix, Born 2006 Boys and Born 2001 Girls.
Since its inception in 2013, DFL continues to provide opportunities for children to develop their skills and character on and off the pitch.
To ensure that coaches have the capacity to handle their respective teams, they were required the minimum license in order to join the tournament. Refresher courses and trainings for referees were also held regularly to provide the participating teams quality officiating as much as possible.
Supervised by DFL chairman Andrew Infante, the tournament is sanctioned by the Negros Occidental Football Association headed by Ricky Yanson.