Featured News

Ferwafa Elections: Nzamwita & Rwemalika’s proposed Executive Committees released

Dec 16, 2017 Comments 30, 088 views

The FERWAFA Electoral Committee has released the proposed executive committees of the presidential aspirants, namely incumbent Nzamwita Vincent and Rwemalika Felicite. Both Nzamwita and (...)

Keep reading

Rwanda among biggest movers in the FIFA Women Rankings

Dec 16, 2017 Comments 30, 088 views

Rwanda women national team has finished 2017 ranked 105th after improving six places in the latest annual FIFA Women’s World Ranking released on Friday. Rwanda who last played their competitive (...)

Keep reading

FIFA Referee Hakizimana picked for CHAN 2018 duties

Dec 15, 2017 Comments 30, 088 views

Rwanda referee Hakizimana Louis has been chosen by the Confederation of African Football (CAF) to officiate in next year’s Championship of African Nations (CHAN) in Morocco. Hakizimana is amongst (...)

Keep reading

Interforce Fc replace Isonga Fc as D2 clubs opt to use U-23 players in 2017/18 season

Posted on Oct 13 2017

Interforce Fc has replaced Isonga Fc in the 2017/18 Second Division League which is slated to kick-off on November 11, 2017.

Last week, Isonga Fc withdrew from competing in all Rwanda Football Association (FERWAFA) competitions so as to focus on operating as a football academy, which was their original intention when the team was first started in 2011.

Following their withdrawal, the FERWAFA Execuive Committee decided to replace them with Interforce Fc which had requested to return back to the second division league after missing last season to fully raise their youthful squad players.

Now, Interforce will be pooled in Group B alongside UR Fc, Rugende Fc, La Jeunesse, Intare Fc, Heroes Fc, Vision JN, AS Muhanga, SEC Fc, Hope Fc and United Stars.

Group A is composed of Gasabo United, Esperance Fc, Sorwathe Fc, Pepiniere Fc, Unity SC, Nyagatare Fc, Aspor Fc, Etoile de l’est, Rwamagana City Fc, Vision Fc, Akagera Fc and Gitikinyoni Fc.

Feature U-23 Players
In a meeting held on Wednesday at Rwanda Football Federation, second division clubs agreed to feature players aged between 15-23 in the upcoming season while no foreign player will be allowed to feature in the second football tier.

The two finalists of the second division league are guaranteed of automatic spots to compete in the 2018/19 Azam Rwanda Premier League.

Last season, Miroplast Fc and Isonga Fc were promoted to the top flight league but Isonga Fc had to withdraw to participating in the 2017/18 Azam Rwanda Premier League.

Isonga Fc had been in FERWAFA competitions for the last six years—last season Isonga qualified to the topflight division but eventually withdrew, which handed SC Kiyovu a second chance to stay in the Azam Rwanda Premier League despite being relegated at the end of last season.

The fixtures of the 2017/18 Azam Rwanda Premier League’s opening day are as follows:

Second Division League, Match Day 1 Fixtures
Group A
November 11, 2017

Gasabo United vs Esperance Fc (Ferwafa, 14:30)
Sorwathe Fc vs Pepiniere Fc (Kinihira, 14:30)
Unity SC vs Nyagatare Fc (Utexrwa, 14:30)
Aspor Fc vs Etoile de l’est (Kicukiro, 15:30)
Rwamagana City Fc vs Vision Fc (Rwamagana, 14:30)

November 12, 2017
Akagera Fc vs Gitikinyoni Fc (Rwinkwamvu, 14:30)

Group B
November 11, 2017

UR Fc (Repos)
Rugende Fc vs La Jeunesse (Rugende, 14:30)
INtare Fc vs Heroes Fc (Kamena, 14:30
Vision JN vs AS Muhanga (Umuganda, 14:30)
SEC Fc vs Hope Fc (Kicukiro, 13:00)

November 12, 2017
Interforce Fc vs United Stars (Ferwafa, 14:30)
Source: Ferwafa.rw

No comment yet.

Leave Your comment

Advertise with us
Follow us on Twitter
Follow us On facebook