Premier League champions to get P1m


The Botswana Football League (BFL) has said this season's champions will walk away with a P1 million cash prize.

In a statement released today, the BFL said a decision was reached during a board meeting on Saturday, to reward teams with cash despite the absence of a title sponsor. The runners-up will receive P500,000 with the third-placed side getting P250,000.

Other sides will receive P200,000 or less depending on their placing on the log, the BFL said. Clubs have been paid their final instalment of P100,000 in grants, bringing the total payout for all the sides this season to P4.8 million.

Editor's Comment
We salute Kgomo Khumo for a job well done

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