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2024 FA Cup National draw set for Thursday

The National Draw for both the men’s and women’s category of this year’s Federation Cup competition is scheduled to take place on Thursday, April 18th, 2024, at the NFF Secretariat in Abuja.

Following last week’s Playoff matches, which determined the field for the men’s competition, 64 teams are now set to compete. Notable eliminations include Classic FC of Adamawa, Simon Ben Academy of Kaduna, PRO Line of Kano, Crusaders FC of Bayelsa, KC FC of Kogi, and Flight FC of Benue State. Emerging from these matches are teams like Warinje FC of Bauchi, PCM FC of Ebonyi, Ine Stars of Edo, Zamfara United Feeders, Fr. Eburuaja of Imo, and Gamji Eaglets of Taraba.

The men’s competition will commence with Round of 64 matches, progressing through the Round of 32, Round of 16, quarter-finals, semi-finals, and culminating in the Grand Finale.

On the women’s side, with 31 entries, the competition will start directly from the Round of 32, followed by the Round of 16, quarter-finals, semi-finals, and the Grand Finale.

Below are the representative teams from various states for both the men’s and women’s competitions:

States & Representative Teams (Men’s Competition)

  • Abia State: Enyimba FC, Abia Warriors
  • Akwa Ibom State: Akwa United, FC One Rocket
  • Anambra State: Solution FC, Edel FC
  • Bauchi State: Wikki Tourists, Warinje FC
  • Bayelsa State: Bayelsa United
  • Benue State: Lobi Stars
  • Borno State: El-Kanemi Warriors
  • Cross Rivers State: Rovers FC, May Frank FC
  • Delta State: Warri Wolves, Delta Marine FC
  • Ebonyi State: Cynosure FC, PCM FC
  • Edo State: Bendel Insurance, Ine Stars
  • Ekiti State: Ekiti United, Ekiti United Feeders
  • Enugu State: Rangers Int’l, Coal City FC
  • FCT: EFCC FC, Sporting Supreme FC
  • Gombe State: Gombe United, Doma United
  • Imo State: Ikukuoma FC, Fr. Eburuaja FC
  • Jigawa State: Lautai FC, Dutse Strikers
  • Kaduna State: Green Beret FC
  • Kano State: Kano Pillars
  • Katsina State: Katsina United FC, Jr. Danburan FC
  • Kebbi State: Discovery Talent Academy, Kebbi United
  • Kogi State: FC Bako
  • Kwara State: Kwara United, ABS FC
  • Lagos State: Inter Lagos FC, Ikorodu City FC
  • Nasarawa State: Nasarawa United, FC Basira
  • Niger State: Niger Tornadoes, Niger Tornadoes Feeders
  • Ogun State: Beyond Limit FC, Stormers Sports Club
  • Ondo State: Sunshine Stars, Adanimogo FC
  • Osun State: Osun United, Hammola Int’l FC
  • Oyo State: Ilaji FC, Shooting Stars
  • Plateau State: Plateau United, Mighty Jets
  • Rivers State: Rivers United, Ofirima FC
  • Sokoto State: Sokoto United, Jedo Academy
  • Taraba State: Gamji Eaglets FC, Karim United
  • Zamfara State: Zamfara United, Zamfara United Feeders

States & Representative Teams (Women’s Competition)

  • Abia State: Abia Angels, Ahudiya Nnem Queens
  • Bayelsa State: Bayelsa Queens, GoldenSun Sports Club
  • Benue State: Honey Badgers
  • Delta State: Delta Queens, Delta Ladies
  • Edo State: Edo Queens, Fortress Ladies
  • Ekiti State: Ekiti Queens
  • Enugu State: Bright Future FC, Greenfoot FC
  • FCT: Naija Ratels, ON Youth Academy
  • Imo State: Heartland Queens
  • Kaduna State: Kada FC, Gallant FC
  • Kogi State: Confluence Queens
  • Kwara State: Kwara Ladies FC
  • Lagos State: FC Robo Queens, Dannaz Ladies
  • Nasarawa State: Nasarawa Amazons
  • Ogun State: Remo Stars Ladies
  • Ondo State: Sunshine Queens, Onimang FC
  • Osun State: Osun Babes
  • Oyo State: Suit De Queens
  • Plateau State: Plateau United Queens, Mighty Jets Int’l Mata
  • Rivers State: Rivers Angels, Oske Lean FC

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