The Normalisation Committee (NC) of the Pakistan Football Federation (PFF) has announced that elections will begin on May 27.
Under the guidance of FIFA and the Asian Football Confederation (AFC), the elections process will begin in Hyderabad, Nankana, Badin, Hafizabad, Qila Abdullah, and Chitral, where registered clubs will compete in district-level competitions.
Through the Pakistan Football Connect (PFC) platform, PFF NC ensured FIFA and AFC will remain on board.
Upon completion of the process in the first six districts, and contingent on the political climate of the nation, the extent of the investigation will expand to include other districts nationwide.
Harroon Malik, chairman of the PFF National Council, stated, “We are delighted to initiate the election process and mark a significant milestone in the restoration of football governance in Pakistan.”
“Our objective is to conduct a transparent and inclusive election that maintains the principles of fair play and enables the football community to confidently select their representatives. We are dedicated to guiding the PFF into a brighter future and heralding in a new era for Pakistani football,” he added.