EUFKIN-Lipopo: budget forecasts for the 2021-2022 sports season set at CDF 53,292,870

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Kinshasa, July 24th, 2021 (CPA).- The executive committee of the Kinshasa Urban Football Agreement (EUFKIN) -Lipopo has set its budget forecasts for the 2021-2022 sports season at CDF 53,292,870, indicates the activity report for the 2020-2021 season that the committee executive of this sports entity presented Friday to the ordinary general assembly.

These budget forecasts take into account miscellaneous receivables (CDF 58,085), administrative costs (validations and revalidations of licenses, inter-entity transfers, abandonments and releases (CDF 12,181,000), sale of printed matter (CDF 2,135,5785), profits and various products (fines, appeals, denunciations, participation rights and membership fees of the members of the executive committee) 19,680,000 FC.

The 1st Vice-President of EUFKIN-Lipopo, Edouard Kembesa Diadilu, indicated that the rational and parsimonious use of the receipts constitutes a real asset to ensure the good functioning of the Entente next season. He issued a cry of alarm to the competent authorities and to patrons to endow sporting entities with the means necessary for the development of Congolese sport, especially in this period of global health crisis.

For the 2020-2021 sports season, EUFKIN-Lipopo achieved revenue of around CDF 33,536,785 against CDF 33,478,700 in expenses, i.e. a credit balance of 58,085 FC as of August 31st, 2020, the closing date of the championship.

Super Cup: US $ 100 as entry fee

The clubs scheduled to take part in the Super Cup, which is scheduled to start on August 2nd, 2021, will each have to pay US $ 100 as a participation fee, and not US $ 200 as set by the Kinshasa Football League (LIFKIN).

For the president of this sports entity, Timothée Menayame, his committee covered half of the participation fees to be paid in order to alleviate the burden on the clubs, which are experiencing enormous difficulties in this period of health crisis and to guarantee the participation of the winner of the provincial play off.

The Super Cup will see the participation of 18 clubs promoted to higher divisions, the winner of which will represent the entity at the LIFKIN Super Champion Cup. ACP/Fng/nig