Per reports coming in, the meeting will have players, coaches and league executives briefed on the expenditure for the season.
The financial health of the league will be the main focus for discussion while avenues to rake in more money including sponsorships are set to be discussed.
Stakeholders will have the chance to gain better understanding of the allocations made for certain elements in the league.
The meet comes at a time games in the Women’s Division are set to conclude a day before and two games are planned in the Men’s Division I later that day.
The Women’s Division first round comes to an end on Thursday June 1 with University of Ghana set to play Ghana Navy.
The second round begins June 15.
By Yaw Adjei-Mintah
@YawMintYM on Twitter