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2019 National Playoffs’ Pairings & Fixtures Made Public

by Atlantic Chronicles

By Ekema Njoku M.

Representatives of Cameroon’s 10 regions in the 2019 National playoffs now know their various pools and challengers in the battle for a place in Cameroon’s top tier football (Elite 2). 

The pairings were made on Friday, August 2, 2019, at the FECAFOOT Bureau in Yaoundé, drawing the 10 clubs into three pools, with pool A having four clubs, while the other two pools have three teams, same scenario as last season’s playoff.


Complete pairings


Olympic FC of Bewoung 


Volcan of Noun



Stade FC of Bertoua

Kohi of Maroua

PWD Kumba


Etoile Filante of Garoua

Foncha Street FC


Regions and their Representatives


Far North: Kohi Club of Maroua

North: Etoile Filante of Garoua

East: Stade FC of Bertoua

South: Olympic FC of Bewoung 

West: Volcan of Noun

Southwest: PWD Kumba

Northwest: Foncha Street FC

Adamawa: Still to be known

Centre: Still to be known

Littoral: Still to be known

Fixtures are as follows;

Day One;

Pool A

Olympic FC of Bewoung Vs Littoral


Volcan of Noun Vs Adamawa

Pool B

Stade FC of Bertoua Vs Kohi Club of Maroua

PWD Kumba on standby

Pool C

Etoile Filante of Garoua Vs Foncha Street FC

Centre on Standby

Day Two;

Pool A

Olympic FC of Bewoung Vs Volcan of Noun

Adamawa Vs Littoral

Pool B

Stade FC Bertoua Vs PWD Kumba

Kohi Club of Maroua on standby

Pool C

Etoile Filante of Garoua Vs Centre

Foncha Street FC on standby

Day Three

Pool A

Adamawa Vs Olympic FC of Bewoung

Littoral Vs Volcan of Noun

Pool B

PWD Kumba Vs Kohi of Maroua

Stade FC of Bertoua on standby

Pool C

Centre Vs Foncha Street FC 

Etoile Filante of Garoua on standby

The latest region to produce their representative is the Northwest whose final was played on August 4, 2019. The football-loving family of Cameroon still await three regions to produce their representatives; they include Centre, Littoral and Adamawa regions respectively. This makes critics of the organising committee ask questions, as postponement in the commencement of the competition is a tradition due to delay from the various regional Bureaus in producing their representatives.

It should be noted that the dates and venues for these games will be disclosed by the organising committee in the days to come. Sports pundits believe there is a likelihood that the encounters will be played on neutral grounds, while the three teams at the top of their respective pools will automatically qualify for the Elite II championship next season.


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