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2024-06-11

ANFA remembers former acting President Shrestha on ninth death anniversary

All Nepal Football Association has paid homage to the former acting President Lalit Krishna Shrestha.

A special programme was organized at ANFA Complex to mark the ninth death anniversary of Shrestha. Shrestha's spouse Nilu Shrestha, ANFA President Pankaj Bikram Nembang, and the football fraternity paid floral tribute to his statue at the ANFA premises.

Then ANFA acting president and Three Star Club President Shrestha was electrocuted at his home in Bhaisepati on this day in 2015.

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2024-06-10

AFC C Diploma Coaching Course begins in Bara

The AFC C Diploma Coaching Course kicked off in Simara, Bara on Monday, organized by the Bara District Football Association with support from Jitpur Simra Sub-Metropolitan City.

Ram Chandra Lama, President of Bara DFA, along with Shivji Prasad, Head of the Social Responsibility Department of Jitpur Simra Sub-Metropolitan, expressed confidence that the course would offer invaluable insights into the game for all participants.

Sanjeet Singh, Head of Coach Education, leads the course, with assistance from Chet Narayan Shrestha.

The course delves into match analysis, serving as the cornerstone for our session planning. Emphasis is placed on identifying football challenges or opportunities, defining these issues, and crafting training sessions to aid players in recognizing and addressing them. Twenty-four coaches hailing from various districts of Madesh Province are actively participating in the course.

Participants: Nawnit Chaudhary, Prajwal Singh Sewa, Ganesh Bahadur Biswakarma, Shambu Nath Goit Yadav, Sanjay Kumar Mandal, Ram Bharosh Yadav, Mukesh Adhikari, Beni Bahadur Katuwal, Min Bahadur Blon, Lila Bahadur Rai, Aditya Chaudhari, Chandra Shekhar Chaudhari, Sonam Lama, Bhoj Raj Ghimire, Rajesh Pun, Munna Khan Tharu, Raj Kishor Dhami, Nirdip Joshi, Sunil Rawat Kurmi, Rajesh Kumar Patel, Dipesh Yadav, Khadka Bahadur Ale Magar, Saroj Bhujel

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2024-06-08

Draw for SAFF Women's Championship held in Dhaka

The draw for the SAFF Women's Championship 2024 to be held in Nepal has been held in Dhaka.

Nepal have been group with Sri Lanka, Maldives and Bhutan in the Group B of the tournament.

Defending Champion Bangladesh are alongside India and Pakistan in Group A.

The tournament featuring seven countries of South Asia is scheduled to be held in Nepal from October 17 to 30.

Nepal had finished as runner-up for the tournament held in 2022 losing 3-1 to Bangladesh in the finals at Dasharath Stadium.

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2024-06-08

Nepal to host SAFF U20 Championship

Nepal will host the SAFF U20 Championship from August 16-28 this year.

The draw for the tournament was held in Bangladesh on Saturday.

Nepal have been pitted alongside Bangladesh, Pakistan and Sri Lanka in Group A of the tournament.

India, Maldives and Bhutan are in the other group. The top two teams will advance to the semi-final of the tournament.

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