According to the association’s Technical Director Leslie Notsi, a sum of M8 million from the relief fund has been allocated for the development of women football throughout Lesotho.
The fund provided by the world mother body has been given to all member associations to help minimise the impact of COVID-19 in their respective countries.
Notsi told a press briefing that was held at the Bambatha Tšita Sports Arena last week that each of the 10 Super League clubs will receive M25 000 for the next three years.
The money, he said will be used towards mitigating the challenges of the pandemic during that period.
Notsi was flanked by LeFA’s deputy Secretary General Chris Bullock.
The association, he said has resolved to establish a second tier league that will feed the Super League and help turn it into a fully-fledged and competitive league.
''We will engage female coordinators in each of the 10 districts who will be involved in the development of women football across the country,'' he said.
The coordinators, he said will be responsible for organising competitions and will regularly report to the Technical Director on all football activities in their regions.
“We will also have national under 20, 17 and 15 women clubs which will serve as feeder teams to the senior side, Mehalalitoe.