The long-awaited division one play-off comprising of 12 teams, is expected to commence this weekend, at the Football Academy, with the best two teams who will book a place to the Premier League.
Two matches will be played a day. On Sunday, in the first match, RSLAF will battle with Seaside Rangers while in the second match, Alan Thababan will engage Gulf FC.
On Monday 11th February 2013 Anti-Drugs FC will play against Kolenten Rovers while in the second match, Bo United will battle against Manchester City.
On Tuesday 12th February, 2013, RSLAF will engage Marampa Stars and in the second match, Gulf FC will play against Stationary Stars.
On Wednesday 13th February,2013, African Team FC will play against Anti-Drugs FC in the first match and in the second match, Sierra Leone Police will engage Bo United.
On Thursday February 14th,Marampa Stars will play against Sea Side Rangers in the first match and Stationary Stars will battle against Alan-Thababan in the second match.
Friday February 15th African Team FC will play against Kolenten Rovers in the first match and in the second match, Sierra Leone Police will battle with Manchester City.
Two teams will qualify from each group to the quarter final stage which will commence on Sunday February 17th 2013.
The 12 teams have been divided into 4 groups
Marampa Stars (Lunsar), RSLAF and Seaside Rangers (BO)
Gulf FC (Kono),Alan Thababan(Makeni) and Stationery Stars
Anti Drugs, African team and Kolenten Rovers (Kambia)
Manchester City, Sierra Leone Police and Bo United (BO)