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Women’s League: clubs in disagreement with the new obligations imposed by the FPF for the tournament

The clubs that will participate in the Women’s League Apuesta Total issued a document addressed to the Peruvian Football Federationin order for them to reconsider the new obligations they will have to assume for this season.

In the document, it is highlighted that in an “arbitrary” manner the highest local football entity requires the teams to take care of expenses that in previous years were assumed by the organization of the championship.

“These obligations include the costs associated with food and accommodation that each club must assume in the sporting events that it plays as a visitor, as well as all the expenses linked to the refereeing command that intervenes in each match,” states part of the letter.

“This situation not only restricts the development of their teams and affects individual projects, but also violates the integrity of the organization and the internal projects of each team,” he adds.

Thus, if these provisions do not vary, the majority of teams would be unable to participate in the 2024 Women’s League, since they do not have the necessary budget to assume the expenses that their own participation would entail.

For this reason, the clubs request that they reconsider these provisions and hold a meeting with the participating teams.


  • University of Sports
  • Lima Alliance
  • Sporting Cristal
  • Carlos Mannucci
  • FBC Melgar
  • Cantolao Academy
  • Ayacucho FC
  • Cesar Vallejo
  • Defenders of Ilucan
  • Municipal Sports
  • FC Killas
  • Sporting Victoria
  • Biavo FC
  • National University of San Antonio Abad of Cusco (UNSAAC)

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