Women’s FA Cup: Division One League Clubs receive CMS training Wednesday

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The Ghana Football Association will hold a one-day training on the Competitions Management System (CMS) programme for all Women Clubs participating in the 2021/22 Women FA Cup on Wednesday, February 2, 2022. The training that will take place via online is to enable the clubs familiarize with the improved system.

The training programme is being conducted to grant IT Managers of the Regional Division One clubs access to the back end and enable them load names of their Team Selection in the system on Match Days.

Each club is expected to nominate two representatives for the training on Wednesday at 10am ahead of the commencement of the Knockout competition.

Clubs are to take note that a Club Team Selection of 20 players on each Match day are to be loaded in the system at least two (2) hours ahead of kick off on Match days.

The Competition Management System is a digital software that is used across the world to manage competitions.

The software is used to create fixture lists, allocate venues, match officials and build squads simpler than ever.

Referees, Referee Assessors and Match Commissioners also file their match reports on the CMS.