Northern Region Football Association (NRFA) will hold its annual general meeting (AGM) on Sunday at William Koyi Conference Hall in Mzuzu.
The assembly will among other things, adopt the newly drafted NRFA statutes.
NRFA general secretary Patel Kaunda told The Nation on Monday that the meeting will also discuss the 2016 Simama Premier League and Mzuzu Coffee Division One kick-off.
“We have invited all NRFA affiliates. There are a number of items to be deliberated including the adoption of the new NRFA statutes.
“We will also discuss the 2016 Simama League and Mzuzu Coffee Division One Trophy kick-off,” he said.
The AGM follows another meeting NRFA had with the teams at Mzuzu Stadium in January this year.
Spokesperson for the teams David Katete said the assembly has come at a right time.
“I am happy that NRFA has finally called for the AGM. This is very good because it will provide the teams a chance to deliberate solutions on how best we can overcome the challenges we experienced in 2015 playing season so that we should have a successful league in 2016,” he said.