• 2020-04-07

ANFA hands over its ambulances to Lalitpur Metropolitan City

The All Nepal Football Association (ANFA) on Tuesday handed over two its ambulances to the Lalitpur Metropolitan City office.

The ambulances shall be used the office as the country fights this pandemic situation. It shall be returned to the All Nepal Football Association once the situation returns to normalcy.

ANFA President Karma Tsering Sherpa and Lalitpur Metropolitan City Mayor Mr. Chiri Babu Maharjan signed a Memorandum of Understanding to this effect today.

Maharjan thanked ANFA for this humanitarian deed initiated by the ANFA during this time of crisis.

The two ambulances were availed by the ANFA through the FIFA Forward Fund.

The ANFA has earlier announced to make available its facilities (academy buildings) for quarantine purposes. The girl's football academy (built through the FIFA Forward Program) has already been used by the Province No. 2 government for quarantine purposes.

Other academy buildings in Kathmandu, Butwal and Dharan can be used for similar purposes if the need arises.

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  • 2020-03-27

36 persons quarantined at the ANFA Academy Rautahat

Date: 27 March 2020

The Province No. 2 government on Friday quarantined 36 persons returning from India at the ANFA Girls' Football Academy located in Rautahat.

The 36 persons returned to Nepal from different parts of India via the Bairgania border in Gaur.

The Chandrapur Municipality has fixed 58 beds at the football academy for quarantine purposes.

The All Nepal Football Association had earlier proposed the government to let its facilities, the four academies in the four provinces, to be used as quarantine as the country fights the pandemic.

All the four academies of the association have been funded by FIFA.

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  • 2020-03-23

ANFA ready to proivde its facilties for quarantine

23 March 2020

ANFA ready to proivde its facilties for quarantine

The All Nepal Football Association (ANFA) has decided to provide its physical structures for temporary quarantine and isolation facilities if necessary.

In an act of corporate social responsibility, the association is ready to provide its ANFA complex hostel in Lalitpur, academy hostel in Butwal and Dharan, and female football academy in Rautahat to the federal, provincial and local governments for the purpose of quarantine and isolation facilities if there is spread of COVID-19 in Nepal.

The ANFA also urges one and all for joint efforts to cope up with this global pandemic.

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  • 2020-03-17

Friendly fixture against England C team postponed

The friendly match between Nepal National (Men's) team and England C (Men's) team has been postponed until further notice amid the corona virus outbreak.

The All Nepal Football Association (ANFA) earlier in January had signed a memorandum of understanding (Mou) with the Football Association (FA). It was agreed that the both parties will organize a friendly football match between England C team and Nepal National team to be played at Aldershot Town FC, UK on 25 May 2020.

Nepal was scheduled to host the England C team to play a return fixture in 2021.

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  • 2020-03-17

Boys Union, RCT ends draw

RCT took a surprise lead into the match through Ajit Gurung in the third minute.

Boys Union looked in control and thanks to Skipper Tanka Bahadur Singdan, who equalized RCT's lead in the 14th minute.

In the 24th minute, RCT defender Rakesh Hamal scored into an own post to give Boys Union a lead again.

Later in the 35th minute, Nabin Man Karmacharya slotted the ball home as RCT leveled the score.

Meanwhile the other fixture of the day between Satdobato Youth Club and Jhamsikhel Youth Club also ended 1-1 draw. 

Bhuwan Rai scored for Jhamsikhel and Birendra Limbu scored for Satdobato Youth. 

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  • 2020-03-16

Khumaltar, Shree Bhagwati shares point with Tushal

Skipper Sabin KC scored a hattrick as Khumaltar Club defeated Shree Kumari Club 3-1 in the Matryrs Memorial 'B' Division League 2076 at the ANFA Complex.

KC had put Khumaltar ahead after nine minutes. But Shree Kumari quickly responded as Nishant Lama netted them to level the score in the 12th minute.

Three minutes after the restart, KC helped Khumaltar take a lead again. KC completed his hattrick in the 42nd minute.

Likewise, Tokha Shree Bhagwati and Tushal Youth Club played a 1-1 draw in the other match of the day.

Mohan Thapa Magar scored for Shree Bhagwati in the 9th minute.  

Sangam Shahi had leveled the score in the 90+4th minute. 

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  • 2020-03-13

Satdobato unbeatable; Madhyapur yet to earn a point

Satdobato Youth Club continue their impressive start in the ongoing Martyr's Memorial 'B' Division League by beating Divine Boys Union Club 1-0 here today at the ANFA complex to earn a fifth consecutive win.  

Dinesh Rai scored the winner for Satdobato in the 14th minute.

Winning all the played five matches, Satdobato stand leading the table with 15 points. Boy's Union with seven points is on fifth position.

Meanwhile, Ajit Gurung's hattrick boosted Rani Pokhari Corner Team (RCT) thrashed Madhyapur Youth Association (MYA) 3-0.

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  • 2020-03-10

Late goal as Satdobato climb top spot

Satdobato Youth Club beat Pulchowk Sports Club 1-0 on Tuesday to climb top spot on the table of the ongoing Martyr's Memorial'B'Division League 2076.

With Bhuwan Basnet's late goal (90+3'), Satdobato Youth now is leading the table with 12 points.

In the other match of the day, Around the Himalaya Bansbari Club sidelined Rani Pokhari Club (RCT) 2-1. 

RCT took the lead first in the 24th minute with Shisash Thapa. 

Bansbari's Amrit Gurung levelled the score for Bansbari in the 51st minute. Sajin Thapa Magar sealed the victory for Bansbari scoring in the 76th minute. 


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