THE positions of three Fiji Football Association vice-presidents will be contested for during the ordinary congress in Lautoka next month.
The positions are currently held by Jiten Kumar (West), Ravin Swamy (South) and Girja Prasad (North).
Swamy was appointed in 2012 to replace Anil Sharma while Prasad was appointed this January to replace Dewan Chand.
Kumar was elected together with Tarunesh Reddy during the ordinary congress in Suva in 2011.
However Kumar was forced to take up Rajesh Patel's vacated vice-president's position with a two-year term remaining.
This is after Kumar polled fewer votes than Reddy who also stood for one of the two seats in the West.
Patel had relinquished the vice-president's position to fight for the presidency.
Reddy having received more votes claimed the four-year term after the seating vice-president Doctor Hari Kewal failed to contest.
Fiji FA chief executive officer Bob Kumar said the nominations for the positions were out.
He said the nominations should be filed before October 2.
"The annual congress will be held at the Waterfront Hotel on October 9," Kumar said.
"All motions should be filed before September 23. The elections will be one of the most important items on the agenda."
The other vice-presidents Yogeshwar Singh (South), Sheik Ibrahim (North) together with president Patel have two years remaining in their term.