The launch will be spiced up by a football match between Malindi and Zomba Catholic secondary schools.
On top of that fans will be treated to a live music performance by Malawiâ€™s top urban music icon Maskal and Armstrong.
Carlsberg Malawi senior brand manager for nonâ€“alcoholic beverages Brenda Chilima said they have finalised preparations as this yearâ€™s tournament comes with a number of changes.
“We have held a number of consultative meetings with stakeholders such as FAM and the media to look at the challenges and the expectations, so we have come up with a number of changes.
“We want to make this yearâ€™s competition a different one and more successful, so we urge all football lovers in Zomba as well as the whole football fraternity to come and support us,” said Chilima.
Among other changes, the organisers have introduced registration cards with identity photos for participating players as one way of curbing age cheating.
This comes after complaints in the past that some schools featured non-students in their teams in the competition.
The format has also changed as division championsâ€”individual schoolsâ€”will go to the national finals and not a divisional select as has been the trend in the past eight years.