In a bid to create excitement for players and fans ahead of the kick off of its maiden edition in July 28 2018, The Higher Institutions Football League (HiFL) has released Game Changers it’s official theme song.
The theme song was created to ignite and ramp up excitement during the games as well as to encourage participation across the tertiary space. You are encouraged to listen and sing along to the theme song as it will be played before, during and at intervals during the games. Most importantly, you stand a chance to win fantastic prizes if you create an outstanding ‘cover’ of the theme song.
HiFL aims to contribute to youth development in Nigeria, particularly for those in the tertiary space and will open up boundless opportunities for players in the participating schools. Apart from bragging rights and glory, the winner of the HiFL competition will represent the country at the International University Sports Federation, FISU, 2019 Summer Universiade in Naples, Italy. In addition to the above, arrangements have been made to train coaches and trainers of the participating schools to discover and groom outstanding students who wish to grow their careers in football.
The theme song titled “Game Changers” was produced by Qasebeats and performed by Kola Soul .
The maiden edition of the Higher Institutions Football League (HIFL) scheduled to hold across university campuses in Nigeria. Games in the league are on track to begin on the 28th of July, 2018 as planned.
In a bid to grow collegiate sports in Nigeria, HIFL was launched in February 2018 by PACE Sports and Entertainment Marketing as an international event in Lagos.
In his remarks on the objectives of the competition, Director, PACE Sports and Entertainment Marketing, Mr. Sola Fijabi said the league is part of attempts to engender youth development in Nigeria.
“HIFL is a part of the collective effort at youth development in Nigeria. We are prepared for this maiden edition and we are very hopeful that it will have positive impact on sports and education in Nigeria. We hope to place collegiate sports in Nigeria on the same pedestal obtainable in other countries that have recorded successes and built a strong network of young, home-grown football talents” Fijabi said.