The leadership and direction of the Papua New Guinea Football Association (PNGFA) for the next four years will be decided on Wednesday 28 December at the 14th PNGFA Ordinary Congress.
The 14th Ordinary Congress will take place in Kimbe, West New Britain Province at Liamo Beach Resort.
The Congress – the most important cog in the governing body’s wheel – is the gathering of PNGFA’s football family. With all 17 Member Associations in attendance, the Congress makes decisions relating to PNGFA’s governing statutes and the methods by which they are implemented and applied.
December’s meeting is the elective Congress, held once every four years, and is set to decide who will become PNGFA President for the next term.
David Chung the longest-serving president in the history of the Papua new Guinea Football Association will preside over the Congress and will also be seeking his fourth term in office.
Since his election to the PNGFA presidency in 2004, he has worked tirelessly to improve the status of football in Papua New Guinea and can be credited with implementing a variety of key initiatives, including the historic launching of the country’s first ever semi-professional league in 2006.