THE positions of the three Fiji Football vice presidents will be hotly contested for during the ordinary congress in Lautoka next Wednesday.
There will be elections for the positions held by Jitendra Kumar (West), Girja Prasad (North) and Ravin Swamy (South).
Former Lautoka Football Association president Iqbal Khan will contest Kumar for the Western seat.
Khan was the president when the Blues won the Inter-District Competition after a lapse of 20 years in 2005.
Former Fiji Football Association development officer Hussein Sahib will contest Prasad for the Northern seat.
In the South the battle will be between Swamy, Arvind Dutt and former Fiji FA National League board secretary Jainendra Sukhu.
Fiji FA chief executive officer Bob Kumar said they had a total of 23 district associations.
He said districts were entitled to two votes each.
"There are four associate members who have one vote each," Kumar said.
The elections will be the highlight during the ordinary congress at the Waterfront Hotel starting at 9.30am.