Pro Football League Opens Up Club Opportunities For Development in Pakistan

Pro League organizers vowed, until the end of the year, to keep the first league season subject to a pandemic. The organizers declared that the "Covid-19 Pandemic Approval is scheduled to start the opening season of Pro Football League during the 4th quarter of 2021."

Haider Ali, founder of Strawberry Sports Management, the League's founding organization, looks forward to seeing the Pro League as a milestone event for all Pakistani football clubs.

"For Pakistan, the Pro Football League is going to be in many ways unique, but one that is most necessary for the development of the club and games. For the multi-year League, we've combined 20 plus leading and renowned football clubs all over the world."

"The League format is open and the competing clubs compete round the world. The League shall extend into two divisions with mutually agreed guidelines on promotion and relegation after a minimum of three seasons. We can then create capacity on the ground and off the field of the constituent clubs so that they can manage themselves separately and sustainable way.

Due to the prevalence of the ongoing pandemic at Covid-19, the management believes that this time they will use the techniques of the clubs to develop coaching, teaching and mentoring on the one hand while relying on the development of their respective brand shares on the other.

"We look forward to launching the development campaign for the participating associations without further delay, as Covid has reached every aspect of our lives including sports," added the league source.

The management of the league also revealed that clubs that have been signed are from Balochistan, Sindh, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Punjab, Islamabad, Gilgit Baltistan, Azad Jammu, and Kashmir.