Youth League: NLO Gives Conditions For Player’s Registration

By Our Reporter
The Nigeria Nationwide League One Secretariat having merged Division 2 and Division 3 to create the Youth League as contained in the five years master plans approved by Nigeria Football Federation, has listed conditions for players’ registration for the 2023 season.
According to the media department of the nation’s third-tier league, the NLO Secretariat will judiciously adhere to the registration procedures/guidelines aside from the regular procedures.
Having set an age limit of between 16-19, and as a way to checkmate age cheating, the NLO insists that all players to be registered for the Youth League must submit their Birth Certificates, Primary School Leaving Certificates and National Identification Number (NIN).
Prospective players must be registered on NLO’s database (
Usman Muhammed,
A payment of Two Hundred Thousand Naira registration fee must be paid to the Nationwide League One (FCMB Bank Account – 3267800014), to enable clubs to obtain a registration code for access to the database.
All clubs in the division must present their Certificate Of Incorporation as a football club, while any not on FIFA Connect will not be registered.
The NLO Secretariat also gave a firm warning that no club will be registered without payment of registration fees, as the window for payment closes on Monday 6th March 2023.
Furthermore, the Two Hundred Thousand Naira (200,000) registration fee for Division 2 (now Youth League), covers pre-competition medical assessment, comprehensive insurance cover for players and officials, tamper-proof hologram security seal and other materials (35 players and 7 officials).

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