Yeti Himalayan Sherpa Club

Estd 2006 AD

Contact information

Contact: 9851035207

Address: Hattigauda, Kathmandu, Nepal

President: Karma Tshering Sherpa

About

Himalayan Sherpa Club is a topflight association football club from Nepal .The youngest club that plays A division league in Nepal is Himalayan Sherpa Club . Probably it is among those few clubs whose flag had been raised on the world's highest peak . Himalayan Sherpa club obtained fifth position in the first season in the top Nepalese league of 18 clubs . Though the club doesn't have the longest and remarkable history but the club has gained good achievement hence it is symbolized as the dark horse on nepalese football . The club is also proud of our club member Lakhpa Sherpa who conquered the world's tallest mountain Mount Everest with our club’s flag. Himalayan Sherpa Club is also known as the mountaineer .  

Members

Karma Tshiring Sherpa - President 

Gombhu Dorje Sherpa - First vice president 

Capt Pemba Sherpa - Second vice president 

Capt Angelu Sherpa - General secretary

Sange Dorje Sherpa - Secretary 

 Lakpa Dorje Sherpa - Treasurer 

Rapke Tshiring Sherpa -  Member 

Ang Tashi Sherpa - Member

Tenzing David Sherpa - Member

Sanam Sherpa - Member

Phuri gyalzen sherpa - Member

Tenzing Sherpa - Member

Aang Tshering Sherpa  - Member

Norbu Sherpa - Member

Larke Tshiring Sherpa - Member .

Squad

Sorry!

The team is yet to be updated.

Achievements

The club was promoted to A division on 2006 A D eventually on 2007 the significant of promotion was seen as the runner up of A division National league hence then the importance of new club has widely discussed on Nepalese media.

Runner up of National League 2007

Winner of Shimara Gold Cup - 2011

Runner up Kandangawa Memorial Gold - 2012

Winner Birat Gold Cup - 2012

Winner of Sindhu Gold Cup

Winner of Sayapatri Gold Cup

Runner up All Star Gold Cup

Winner of Chandragiri Gold Cup - 2017

Runner up of Bishal Gold Cup - 2019

Runner up of Mai Valley Gold Cup - 2019

Runner up of Bagmati Gold Cup - 2020