Kathmandu, December 21
Nepal Sports and Event Management (NSEM) has signed an agreement with the All Nepal Football Association to conduct the Nepal Super League (NSL). ANFA and NSEM signed an eight-year agreement on Tuesday.
As per the agreement, NSEM will pay an amount of Rs 172.1 million to ANFA for NSL.
NSEM chairperson Ashrayata Karki Chaudhary also handed over a cheque of Rs 15 million to ANFA general secretary Kiran Rai for the first season of NSL.
The first season of the NSL took place in April – May 2021. Kathmandu Rayzrs won the inaugural season.
The second season of the NSL was due to take place in 2022 but due to a dispute between A-Divison clubs and NSL, the league didn’t happen.
Now, as per the new agreement, the new season will likely be held in the autumn of 2023.