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Shahrdari Sirjan beat FC Bunyodkor by 2:1 in AFC Women’s Club Championship 2021

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  Aqaba: Islamic Republic of Iran’s Shahrdari Sirjan edged Uzbekistan’s FC Bunyodkor 2-1 in their AFC Women’s Club Championship 2021 opener at the Aqaba Development Corporate Stadium, Jordan on Sunday. The opening minutes were evenly contested but Shahrdari Sirjan were the first to settle into the match when they found the back of the net after just six minutes. Shahrdari Sirjan’s Hadis Basatshir got the move going when she picked out Zahra Alizadeh on the left flank, who wriggled her way past the Bunyodkor defence before cutting back to Nasab to score. Bunyodkor were under pressure again four minutes later when Alizadeh surged down the left flank before sending Shabnam Behesht through on goal but goalkeeper Olga Kakharova was at her best to deny the defender. Bunyodkor’s Lyudmila Karachik had a chance to level the tie in the 12th minute but she failed to latch onto a Umida Zoirova through ball, and the forward sent a free-kick wide three minutes later. Elmira Gulamova’s side continued

Kerala to host Senior Women’s National Football Championship 2021( NFC)

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  The AIFF Executive Committee has approved Kerala as the venue for the forthcoming Senior Women’s National Football Championship ( NFC). The Committee also complimented the Kerala State Government for their unprecedented support for the development of Indian Football. The Senior Women’s NFC will be held in three venues, and five stadia from November 25-December 9, 2021. The Executive Committee also appreciated the support from states like Odisha and Jharkhand both of whom have been providing exemplary support, and hoped that respective State FAs along with support from the State Governments will take Indian Football forward together. The AIFF Executive Committee has approved Kerala as the venue for the forthcoming Senior Women’s National Football Championship ( NFC). The Committee also complimented the Kerala State Government for their unprecedented support for the development of Indian Football. The Senior Women’s NFC will be held in three venues, and five stadia from November 25-Dec

Kerala Women’s League 2021-22

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  Kerala Football Association launches official logo for Kerala Women’s League 2021-22 on Friday, October 29. MM Jacob, former Indian International as well as former Kerala coach and player, did the honours at the Maharaja’s College Stadium Ground in Kochi, after the final of the 23rd Senior Women’s Inter-District Championship. Thrissur win the Kerala State Inter district women's football championships 2021 The logo of the Kerala Women’s League 2021-22 shows a woman playing football. “By playing the game she earns her wings to achieve her aspirations and dreams. The logo is inspired by the statement: Women should be in-charge and should also take charge of their respective destiny,” Kerala Football Association (KFA)’s official statement read. The last edition of the Kerala Women’s League was conducted in the 2013-14 season. Hence, when the league restarts later this year, it will be bring an end to a seven-year-long hiatus. As of now, six teams including Gokulam Kerala, Luca SC and

Thrissur win the Kerala State Inter district women's football championships 2021

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  Champions Thrissur  Kochi: In the Kerala State Inter district women's football championships 2021 final match Thrissur defeated Kozhikode 4-3 on penalties at the Maharaja's College Ground. The teams failed to break the deadlock in normal time. Kozhikode Runner Up For the third spot match between Pathanamthitta and Malappuram were tied 1-1 in regulation time. Pathanamthitta win the match by 4-3 on penalties to clinch the third spot.  Pathanamthitta 3rd  Malappuram 4th  

AFC Women’s Asian Cup 2022: India's fixtures

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  The Indian Senior Women’s National Team has been drawn in Group A of the AFC Women’s Asian Cup India 2022, alongside eight-time champions China PR, two-time champions Chinese Taipei, and the Islamic Republic of Iran. India's fixtures in the group stage are as follows: January 20, 2022:   India vs Iran (7.30 pm IST – DY Patil Stadium). January 23, 2022:   Chinese Taipei vs India (7.30 pm IST – DY Patil Stadium). January 26, 2022:   India vs China (7.30 pm IST – Mumbai Football Arena).

Indian Women’s team is all set to take on Djurgarden IF in Sweden

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 The Indian Women’s team is all set to take on Djurgarden IF in their second friendly match in Sweden, which will kick off at 6.30 PM IST tomorrow (October 23, 2021) . It'll be hosted at the Stockholm Stadium in the Swedish capital. Having already played four friendlies against UAE (4-1), Tunisia (0-1), Bahrain (5-0), and Chinese Taipei (1-0), Thomas Dennerby's girls headed to Sweden with three wins and a loss to their name. While the first match against Swedish side Hammarby IF ended in a 2-3 defeat, the side will look to bounce back tomorrow. “The results themselves are not that important. What matters is that we are learning new things and improving with every game,” said forward Renu, “We are gaining vital experiences against tough opponents, and that is helping the squad match up to the pace of an international game." “We have all had to adapt to the different conditions here in Sweden, but I think our last performance against Hammarby showed that all the girls are re

These games have been very helpful for the team, we are focused on building up to the AFC Women’s Asian Cup next year: Dalima Chhibber

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 With three wins under their belt, the Indian Women’s Team will now take on Swedish Dammalsvenskan (tier 1) league side Hammarby IF in a friendly match in Stockholm on Wednesday, October 20, 2021. This is the first of the two friendlies they will play in the Scandinavian country. The Indian Women’s Team had their preparatory camp in Jamshedpur with infrastructural and logistical aids from the Government of Jharkhand. Following the month-long camp, the Indian Women’s Team played four matches against UAE (4-1) and Tunisia (0-1) in the UAE; Bahrain (5-0) and Chinese Taipei (1-0) in Bahrain. “It’s a big challenge for us in Sweden, but the girls are motivated to give their best in every game,” said goalkeeper Aditi Chauhan on the eve of the match. “It’s often about who wants more on the pitch, and our girls are certainly pumped up after the results that we have had recently,” she added. The Indian Women’s Team, under the tutelage of the Swedish coach, scored ten in four games while leaking

Tamilnadu women's football selection trials

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  Date:  16 & 17 October 2021 Time:  6:30AM Venue:  Home Game Sports Arena, 1/3A, Siruseri square, near Kg Earth Homes Phase 2,  Siruseri, Tamil Nadu 600130 Phone: +91 93815 19399 Age: 18+ Document req: Aadhar Card Birth certificate  Covid vaccination certificate A recent 4 Passport Size Photograph To publish similar football trials news  please contact us Indian Women’s Team is all set to take off to Sweden, for two friendlies

Footie First is conducting football trials for girls in Mumbai

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  Footie First has girls age group teams (Girls Under-12, Girls Under-14 and Girls Under-17) and a Senior Women’s Team that participate in various tournaments and leagues across Mumbai and the country. Footie First is conducting trials for Indian Woman’s League Trials in Mumbai for the girls Under-18 and above. To register please call 9819337766 / 9819227766 or write to kick@footiefirst.in. Date:  14th October 2021 Time:  8 to 10am Venue:  Priyadarshini Park and Sports Complex Nepean Sea Road Mumbai, Maharashtra, India 400006 Kerala Blaster Academy Scholarship Trials

Indian women's football team beat higher-ranked Chinese Taipei 1-0 in international friendly

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  MANAMA: Indian women's football team beat higher-ranked Chinese Taipei 1-0 in an international friendly match to end their four-match exposure tour on a winning note on Wednesday. Renu scored the all-important goal in the third minute and the Indians kept their opponents at bay till the end. Chinese Taipei are ranked 40th in the FIFA chart while the Indians are placed at 57th. Thomas Dennerby's team had entered the match after a 5-0 win over Bahrain in their previous outing here on Sunday. Besides the positive result against 85th-ranked Bahrain, India had beaten UAE 4-1 and lost to 77th-ranked Tunisia 0-1 in Dubai in international friendly matches earlier this month. The friendly matches were a part of preparations for the AFC Asian Cup, which will be hosted by India in January-February. Before the victory against 100th ranked UAE on October 2, the Indians were winless in the five previous matches this year, though all of them were against higher ranked European sides.

The game against Chinese Taipei will be our toughest test, say Thomas Dennerby

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 After a scintillating victory in their first game in Bahrain, the Indian Women's National Team will be looking to build on that result when they come up against Chinese Taipei on Wednesday, 13th October. The girls have had a good start under new head coach Thomas Dennerby, with two huge victories against UAE and Bahrain. However, the coach is fully aware of the challenge that Chinese Taipei will present. In the build-up to the clash, Dennerby said, “The games till now have shown us what we need to work on going forward. The game against Chinese Taipei will be our toughest test so far on this tour. But we are ready for that,". Ibha – Official Mascot revealed for FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup India 2022 He continued, “I expect an attacking game from Chinese Taipei, which means our defence will be under more pressure. However, it also means that we will have more space to attack in behind their defence, which makes it an interesting encounter,”. There is evidence of a change in st

AFC Women's Asian Cup India 2022: belongs to every woman and football lover across the continent

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New Delhi: With 100 days to go for the AFC Women’s Asian Cup India 2022™, the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) and the Local Organising Committee (LOC) have today unveiled ‘Our Goal for All’ as the official tagline of the anticipated showpiece. The tagline highlights the commitment and determination of the AFC and the LOC, amidst the backdrop of the pandemic, to showcase the best of Asian women’s football in India where the Continent’s top 12 teams will contend for the prestigious title from January 20 to February 6, 2022, across Navi Mumbai, Mumbai and Pune. AFC President Shaikh Salman bin Ebrahim Al Khalifa said: “India 2022 promises to be another spectacular celebration of the women’s game throughout the Continent. Together with the LOC, we are confident that the upcoming edition will showcase the resolve of the Asian football family towards staging a truly memorable tournament. “Our Goal for All, demonstrates the unity and the collective effort of the Asian football family to cre

Ibha – Official Mascot revealed for FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup India 2022

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  Coinciding with the International Day of the Girl Child, FIFA today unveiled an Asiatic lioness, known as Ibha, as the Official Mascot for the tournament to mark exactly one year to go until the tournament kicks off. Representing “Nari Shakti”, or women power, Ibha is a strong, playful and charming Asiatic lioness that aims to inspire and encourage women and girls by using teamwork, resilience, kindness and empowering others. We have made huge progress during this tour, team has been performing well at the attacking end In addition to the meaning behind her name, which approximately translates in Khasi language as “one with good vision or judgement”, Ibha also wants to encourage girls in India and around the world to take the right decisions and reach their full potential. To watch the video unveiling of the Official Mascot for the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup India 2022, please click HERE. Speaking about today’s launch, Sarai Bareman, FIFA Chief Women’s Football Officer, said: “Ibha

We have made huge progress during this tour, team has been performing well at the attacking end

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As the Indian women’s team put up a five-star performance against Bahrain in a Friendly match on Sunday (October 10, 2021), Head Coach Thomas Dennerby mentioned the team has made “great progress” in the last two months that they have all stayed, and trained together. “We have tried to improve on all aspects. Right from their diet, their fitness regimes, and everything that comes with it. There has been a marked improvement in fitness level, which means that they are mentally strong on the pitch as well,” he averred. “This helps them make better decisions at crucial points in the game. If you are tired, you make bad decisions. A good fitness level helps you to keep your brain sharper,” he added. Indian Women’s League: Gokulam Kerala sign Puerto Rican midfielder Adriana Tutitirado “We have made huge progress during this tour. We have conceded very few chances, and it is a positive that we have a strong defensive structure,” the coach stated. “The team has also been performing well at the

Gokulam Kerala sign Puerto Rican midfielder Adriana Tutitirado

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  Gokulam Kerala FC aanounced the signing of Puerto Rican midfielder Adriana Tutitirado(Tirado) Gokulam Kerala FC male's team counterparts to defend the I-League, the women’s team will do the same in the Indian Women’s League (IWL). They will also take part in the inaugural AFC Women’s Club Championship. Ahead of both competitions, they have signed midfielder Adriana Maria “Tuti” Tirado Ortiz, Khel Now can confirm. “The team intends to prepare as well as they can for the IWL and the AFC Women’s Club Championship. Hence, they’ve been actively looking for foreign players. The Malabarians recently announced the signing of Myanmar international Win Theingi Tun, and Tirado will follow suit,” the sources further added. Hailing from San Juan in Puerto Rico, Adriana Tutitirado began her football career at a young age. The midfielder excelled in various school-level competitions as a kid, before joining Roosevelt FC and winning multiple accolades with them. Her stint at Roosevelt also helpe

Indian women's team thrashed Bahrain by 5-0 in international friendly match

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Manama: The Indian women's football team beat lower-ranked Bahrain 5-0 in their international friendly match here on Sunday. Pyari Xaxa (19th and 68th minutes) scored twice while Sangita Basfore (13th), Indumathi 34th, Manisha (69th) were the other goal-getters. Pyari was, however, sent off by the referee in 73rd minute. Bahrain are ranked 85th in the FIFA chart as against India's 57th position. We have made huge progress during this tour, team has been performing well at the attacking end India had beaten UAE 4-1 and lost to Tunisia 0-1 in Dubai in international friendly matches earlier this month. The team faces Chinese Taipei, who are ranked higher at 40th in the FIFA chart, here on Wednesday. The friendly matches are part of preparations for the AFC Asian Cup, which will be hosted by India in January-February. Indian Women’s League: Gokulam Kerala sign Puerto Rican midfielder Adriana Tutitirado Before the win against 100th ranked UAE on October 2, the Blue Tigress have been

Indian girls are all motivated and ready to give 100 per cent against Bahrain

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Bahrain: Having moved to Bahrain for their next two friendlies, the Indian Women's Team is looking to better their understanding of each other's roles. The team that travelled from UAE to Bahrain on October 7, after playing two friendlies against the UAE (4-1) and Tunisia (0-1) in the Emirati nation. SAFF Championship 2021:There is no other option for us than to go out there and win it says Stimac Head coach, Thomas Dennerby feels that the friendlies that the team is playing are helping the side gain a better understanding of what to do in different situations. "These friendlies have been very helpful for the girls to understand the individual tasks and roles, and it also showed them how to cooperate together, both in attack and in defence," Dennerby said on the eve of the match. India had previously won one and lost another game in UAE, something that Dennerby himself is wary of. Royal Rangers FC Trials for women players "We need to be 100 percent focused every

Indian Women’s Team move to Bahrain for next set of friendly matches

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  The Indian Women’s Team, having played two friendlies in Dubai, UAE, will now move to Bahrain, where they will play another two friendlies against the Bahrain National Team and the Chinese Taipei. The team has already faced UAE (4-1) and Tunisia (0-1) in the two matches in Dubai, and will now travel to Bahrain on Thursday, October 7, 2021 for the next leg of their friendlies. After playing the two friendlies, the Indian Women’s Team will then fly out to Sweden, where they are set to face two Dammalsvenskan (tier 1) sides. Looking back at the two friendlies in Dubai ahead of the team’s departure to Bahrain, head coach Thomas Dennerby said, “We should have won the game against Tunisia with a couple of goals. We created around 7-8 chances and totally dominated the game, while the penalty that they scored was the only chance they had in the 90 minutes.” “We need to be better focused and concentrate on converting our chances, going ahead into the upcoming games,” he continued. Pyari Xaxa,

The mission is to have a successful tournament when we go into the AFC Women’s Asian Cup: Thomas Dennerby

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  With around four months to go for the AFC Women’s Asian Cup, the Indian Women’s Team is hard at work, first in Jamshedpur, and now in Dubai, UAE, training under new head coach Thomas Dennerby, as they prepare for their upcoming friendly against the UAE Women’s Team on Saturday, October 2, 2021.   OSCAR Foundation football Trails in Mumbai The Indian Women’s Team will be playing two friendlies against the UAE National Team, and the Tunisian National Team. The team spent a month in Jamshedpur where they trained with infrastructural and logistical help from the Government of Jharkhand, going through 12 rigorous sessions a week.   Dennerby, who took over the reins of the Senior Women’s National Team earlier this year, comes with a vast experience of having coached the Swedish Women’s Team to the Olympic Final and the Nigerian Women’s Team to the African Women’s Cup of Nations title in the past. Having taken charge of the Indian Women’s Team, Dennerby is hopeful that a good run for

Kenkre FC Women’s Team Trials in Mumbai

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  K enkre Football Club based in Mumbai ESTD: 2000, India is well-known for nurturing young players & coaches who have gone on to represent the State, University, and even the Country. Kenkre FC has been a pioneer in grassroots and youth football development in the city of Mumbai and is now well-known not just in Mumbai but also at the National level in view of players and coaches starting their careers with Kenkre FC, making their way to the national and international arena. Kenkre Football Club is conducting foot trials for Womens team to play in the upcoming IWL. Indian Women’s Team move to Bahrain for next set of friendly matches Whatsapp:  +91 77380 54599 Date:  9th Oct 2021, 3PM Venue:  Neville D'Souza Football Turf KC Marg, Reclamation,  Bandra West, Mumbai,  Maharashtra 400050 Admissions for trials are only through online registration Don Bosco FA trials in Kerala

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