The member of the Executive Office of the Libyan Football Federation, Adel Al-Ojali, confirmed that the Libyan Premier Football League will begin its fixtures next November, with a two-group system.

This confirmation came in media statements by Al-Ojali who was responding to what he described as rumors by media figures who “did not want good for Libyan football,” stressing that the delay in the start of the league was due to several reasons, including the country’s preoccupation with the flood disaster in the eastern region that delayed the qualification results of clubs. 

Al-Ojali also denied what was being said about the Football Federation's intention to cancel the relegation mechanism in the new season 2023/24, stressing the Federation's insistence on holding the championship competitions in a two-group system due to the circumstances that the country had been going through, including political division and disruption of transportation among cities.

The next season will be held with the participation of 22 teams, including the 18 teams that avoided relegation last season, in addition to the teams of Al-Murooj, Al-Anwar, Al-Bashayer, and Al-Malab Al-Leebi, which got promoted this season.