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 Singapore-based Red Card Global, a sports marketing agency has exclusive commercial rights to the PFL.  Each club had to pay a franchise fee to participate in the league.  Reportedly in April 2017, the franchise fee was pegged at $500, 000 by the PFF which can be paid by member clubs within a period of five years.
The top four teams in the regular season advanced to the play-off round, dubbed as the "Final Series", to determine the champions of the league.  Ceres-Negros won the inaugural league title. For the second season, the Final Series was scrapped due to the introduction of the Copa Paulino Alcantara, the cup competition for the league.  The number of clubs in the league was reduced from eight to six after the departure of Ilocos United (then converted to a grassroots association) and FC Meralco Manila (that stayed active on a youth level ever since),  both due to lack of investment and sponsorship, while Kaya-Makati F.
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^ United City is the same club as Ceres–Negros. References ^ a b c "Ceres FC ready to apply for PFL license". The Visayan Daily Star. 15 October 2016. Retrieved 16 October 2016. ^ a b Bautista, Roehl Niño (2 December 2013). "Philippine Football Federation set to launch national league". GMA News.
 Matches for the 2020 season were broadcast on cable television through EXPTV on Cignal and on the PFL's social media.  Notes ^ Has entered the PFL as a guest, a non-professional club ^ The PFF is the operator of the PFF National Training Center, and is the ADT's home venue as they are under the PFF's operation. ^ Mendiola plan to host matches at a temporary home venue while the club's stadium is being constructed.  ^ Temporary home stadium in Capas, Tarlac. However, United City's partner local government unit is the nearby province of Pampanga, where they plan to build its own stadium.  ^ Originally founded as Ceres-La Salle, and was renamed to United City following MMC Sportz's takeover in 2020. ^ United City won the league title in the 2020 season, at the time it has no official home venue or locality yet.
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However, with the folding of the PPL after just one match day, the PFL was revived in mid-May 2019. History Origins Following the success of the Philippines national team in the 2010 AFF Suzuki Cup, Philippine football experienced a renaissance. With no existing national football league, the Metro Manila-based United Football League (UFL) established itself as the de facto top-tier league in the Philippines. Under the guidance of the Football Alliance (FA) in partnership with United Football Clubs Association (UFCA), the UFL flourished. However, the PFF expressed the need to have a nationwide, community-based football league that is at par with the standards set by the Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) and the Asian Football Confederation (AFC).
The top team from each group, along with the best second placed team will advance to the knockout stages. The tournament also serves the team’s preparation for the 31st Southeast Asian Games in Hanoi, Vietnam this coming May 2022. DayKick-offMatchVenue 14 February 20225:00 PMTimor-Leste vs. PhilippinesMorodok Techo National Stadium 17 February 20228:00 PMPhilippines vs. CambodiaMorodok Techo National Stadium 20 February 20228:00 PMPhilippines vs. Brunei DarussalamPrince Stadium Twenty-six (26) players (born after January 1999) were called up for the competition. Midfielders Oskari Kekkonen, Oliver Bias, Dennis Chung, Sandro Reyes, and goalkeeper Quincy Kammeraad are among the holdovers from the PHI Under-23 and PHI Men’s National teams that competed in the AFC U23 Championship 2022 qualifiers last October 2021 and the AFF Suzuki Cup 2020 last December 2021.