General Secretary Dimirit Mileng said during the congress that the organisation continues to grow under the leadership of David Chung, the PNGFA and OFC president.
Mileng said progress is slow but things are happening especially with the close relationship the PNGFA has with the OFC.
He said the congress is a normal one they stage to bring in all the member associations to give a brief report of their status for this year.
Mileng said there were no changes or adjustments to the constitution and no submission made.
“This congress also uplifted the suspensions of PMSA and Manus in full to now bring our number of member associations to 18,” he confirmed.
PNGFA and OFC president David Chung gave an activity report for 2013-2014. Chung highlighted that the PNGFA has implemented several new initiatives over the past year including the launch of Meri Futbol, the Elite Academy programs, centres of excellence and the approval of the Less Privileged project in Bougainville.
He also highlighted that the technical centre with change rooms and office facility and two international size fields at Kimbe, West New Britain Province are now complete.
Chung said the counterpart funding of K1 million from WNB provincial administration has allowed for the second stage to build a 20-room accommodation complex and amenities building with gymnasium is currently under construction.