A four-day ANFA Community Course has begun in Surkhet from Tuesday.
The course is being organized by Surkhet District Football Association with support from ANFA.
A total of 30 participants are taking part in the course.
The course will conclude on August 12.
Forty-five players have been selected for the preliminary squad of the U-17 national team.
The players have been finalized for the closed camp after the selection process conducted at ANFA Complex in Satdobato.
The selected players will have to contact at ANFA Complex at 2 pm on Monday.
Preliminary squad: Abhishek Thokar (Rautahat), Ankit Gurung (ANFA Academy Butwal), Ashim Jung Karki (ANFA Academy Dharan), Bikram Tamang (Jhapa), Binod KC (ANFA Academy Butwal), Dhan Singh BK (Surkhet), Dhirak BK (Dhankuta), Dipak Thapa Magar (ANFA Academy Dharan), Dolak Bahadur Thapa Magar (ANFA Academy Dharan), Gaurav Maharjan (Kathmandu), Harish Bhatta (Kailali), Jan Prakash Bam (Kalikot), Krishal Moktan (ANFA Academy Dharan), Kushal Deuba (Kanchanpur), Lacchu Thapa (Tanahun), Madan Poudel (Okhaldhunga), Manav Pokharel (Morang), Marshal Shahi (Kathmandu), Mirak Lingden (Jhapa), Mukesh Gharti (Surkhet), Nikhel Sunar (ANFA Academy Butwal), Niranjan Dhami (Kailali), Nirdesh Rai (Panchthar), Niroj Karki (Jhapa), Nishant Tamang (Jhapa), Palden Gurung (Jhapa), Prashant Laxsam (Jhapa), Previous Sunuwar (ANFA Academy, Dharan), Pritam Karki (ANFA Academy Butwal), Rahul Belbase (ANFA Academy Butwal), Ritesh Thapa Magar (ANFA Academy Dharan), Rubin Bogati (Dolakha), Samir Chand (ANFA Academy Butwal), Samir Tamang (Bara), Saroj Darlami (ANFA Academy Butwal), Sijal Rai (Sunsari), Simanta Thapa (ANFA Academy Dharan), Sohan Shyangtang (ANFA Academy Dharan), Subash Gurung (Syangja), Subin Khadka (ANFA Academy Dharan), Sujat Dangol (Kathmandu), Sujat Khadka (ANFA Academy Dharan), Sushil Tamang (Dhading), Unish Budathoki (ANFA Academy Dharan), Unish Magar (Jhapa)
Nepal crashed out of SAFF U-20 Championship after playing a 1-1 draw against Bangladesh and India defeating Maldives in Kalinga Stadium in Bhuwaneshwor, India, on Tuesday.
Nepal had to defeat Bangladesh and hope Maldives defeat India in the other group match but both the results went against them. Nepal could only manage a draw against Bangladesh and India defeated Maldives to end Nepal's hopes of reaching the final.
Bangladesh will now play India in the final on August 5.
The first half ended goalless with both sides guilty of missed chances.
It was a tense restart after the first half when players from both side squabbled in the 48th minute which resulted to referee showing three red cards. Bangladesh's Shahidul Islam was shown a second yellow card while referee also showed red to Nepal's Dipesh Gurung and Rohit Subba.
Piash Ahmmed Nova gave Bangladesh the lead in the 63rd minute levelled by Niranjan Malla six minutes later. Malla latched a powerful left-footed shot to equalize in the match.
Following the draw, Nepal's hopes of reaching the final now rested on Maldives defeating India. Maldives looked like they could hold the hosts for a goalless draw only for Gurkreet Singh to score in the 90th minute of the game.
Kumar Thapa, head coach of the Women's national team, has reduced his preliminary squad to 35 players. 58 players had previously been called in the closed camp on July 24, 2022. Women's National Team is currently preparing for the SAFF Women's Championship to be held from 6th to 19th of September this year.
Nepal is hosting the championship in Kathmandu at Dasharath Stadium.
Goalkeepers: Anjila Tumbapo Subba, Anjana Rana Magar, Usha Nath, Kabita BK
Defenders: Hira Kumari Bhujel, Srijana Singh Thakuri, Ganga Gurung, Amrita Jaishi, Gita Rana, Puja Rana, Punam Jargha Magar, Nisha Thokar, Srijana Chemjong, Bimala BK, Samiksha Ghimire
Midfielders: Bimala Chaudhary, Manjali Kumari Yonjan, Sabita Rana Magar, Preeti Rai, Saru Limbu, Dipa Rai, Dipa Shahi, Indira Rai, Saraswoti Ayer, Anita Basnet, Hima Chaudhary, Kusum Kathiwada
Forwards: Sabitra Bhandari, Amisha Karki, Rekha Poudel, Anita KC, Rashmi Kumari Ghising, Rajani Thokar, Nirmala BK, Chandra Bhandari
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