THE Fiji under-20 selection teams will be part of the Fiji Sun/GP Batteries National Football League 2013/2014 season which kick-offs next month.
The squads will be based in the Western and Southern Divisions in the build-up to the 2015 FIFA U20 World Cup qualifiers next year.
The Fiji Football Association is taking a serious approach towards the international championship which will be hosted by New Zealand for the first time.
Fiji FA president Rajesh Patel said they would make it compulsory for the districts to play the selection teams.
He said Lautoka mentor Ravinesh Kumar had been appointed to be in charge of the Western Selection.
"There will be two U20 squads, one based in the West and one in the South and this is all for the 2015 World Cup," Patel said.
"It will be compulsory for all the districts to play these teams. The U20 players in the South and West squads will not be allowed to play for the district teams if it coincides with a day before the game.
"Logistically we have to work things out. But the approval has been given for the set-up. Ravinesh will be looking after the West Squad.
"There are a few names suggested for the South squad. If nothing happens then Imdad Ali will be based in the South.
"Because of their education the players will not be camping fulltime.
They will be coming together during the weekends."
World governing body FIFA together with the New Zealand Football organising committee recently confirmed the seven cities that would be hosting matches during the tournament.
According to the Oceania Football Confederation website Auckland, Christchurch, Dunedin, Hamilton, New Plymouth, Wellington and Whangarei will host the event.