The proposed National Principals’ Cup football competition is attracting interest from lots of sponsors across the country as the developmental occasion collects momentum.

It was found out at the weekend that trusted banks and multinationals have been calling the organisers on the modalities for the title sponsorship and other windows offered in the competitors.

“Companies are talking about with us on what it requires part of the event however we are taking a look at the logistics of an across the country event therefore we are not rushing into it.

“All the same, we are pleased about the response from the public so far however in the days ahead, the public will also see how eager we are to remove,” a member of the organizing group exposed on Saturday.

The Minister of Youth and Sports, Sunday Dare, shortly prior to the New Year assured stakeholders that the ministry was committed strongly to the National Principals’ Cup since of its significance.

“We depend on this occasion to revive the lost glory in football at age-grade level specifically now that our U-17 and U-20 groups are having a hard time in continental competitors,” Dare hinted.

On the other hand, the organisers of the competition, Hideaspus in combination with the Federal Ministry of Sports havestarted registration for the competition tentatively expected to start next month.

The organisers therefore enjoined all the Nigerian Public and Private Secondary Schools to start registration in order to be qualified to take part in the inaugural edition of the National Principals’ Cup.

The official website of the National Principals Cup www.principalscup.nghas been opened to Nigeria’s public and personal schools.

“Interested schools have been advised to register their schools and trainee professional athletes before the portal is closed for registration at a date to be revealed later on.

The National Principals’ Cup is a skill hunt program targeted at bringing out young gifted footballers from tender with the goal of taking them to higher heights,” worried the declaration from the organizers.