PFF elections move closer to completion as scrutiny process wraps up in 96 districts


LAHORE (TTS Report): The Pakistan Football Federation’s (PFF) elections procedure is in full swing and move closer to completion as the scrutiny process wrapped up in 96 districts of the country.

On January 6th and 7th, teams from 13 districts played 158 matches at 15 different venues as part of the All Pakistan District Championship (APDC). This marks the highest number of matches played in a single week, reaching a total of 1,579 matches in the first round of the APDC. This first round of APDC matches also serves as the election physical scrutiny process that is a part of granting voting rights in the PFF elections to legitimate and actively participating clubs.

This weekend All Pakistan District Championship (APDC) is scheduled to take place in Barkhan, Dera Bugti, Gujrat, Jafarabad, Jhal Magsi, Karachi South, Kashmore, Shikarpur, Khyber, Kohlu, Lahore, Muzaffargarh, Nasirabad, and Peshawar on January 13th and 14th. The conclusion of the coming week represents a noteworthy milestone, encompassing more than 100 out of the total 142 districts involved in the process.


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