Dhangadhi and Lalitpur qualify for National Women's League

Dhangadi Sub Metropolitan City and Lalitpur Metropolitan City have qualified for the National Women's League after reaching the final of Deputy Mayor Cup National Women's League Qualifiers on Friday.

Lalitpur Metropolitan City defeated Kankai Municipality Jhapa 1-0 in the first semi-final at ANFA Complex while Dhangadi edged Gauriganga Municipality Kailali 4-0 in the second semi-final.

Niramala BK scored the only goal in Lalitpur's win. The closest Kankai came to scoring was when Dipa Shahi struck the bar in the first half.

Seema Rawal gave Dhangadhi the lead in the first half which was doubled by Chandra Bhandari in the first minute of the second. Revika Pandey and Saraswoti Rokaya also scored for Dhangadhi in the win.

The final match of the competition will be played on Sunday at ANFA Complex at 1 pm.

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A Division League postponed until November 19

The Qatar Airways Martyr's Memorial 'A' Division League 2078 has been postponed until November 19.

The league was scheduled to begin from Monday, November 15.

Matches will also be played only on weekends. The opening match will be played between Satdobato Youth Club and Friends Club at 5 pm in Dasharath Stadium. 

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ANFA signs broadcasting agreement with Kantipur Television for A Division League

All Nepal Football Association (ANFA) has signed broadcasting agreement with Kantipur Television for the Qatar Airways Martyr's Memorial 'A' Division League.

The agreement was signed at Kantipur Publication's office in Tinkune on Thursday.

ANFA General Secretary Indraman Tuladhar and Kantipur Television's Chief Marketing Officer Gauri Shankar Dahal signed in the agreement.

ANFA President Karma Tsering Sherpa, Kantipur Television's Chief Executive Producer Suraj Singh Thakuri were also present in the signing ceremony.

The league begins from November 15 with promoted Satdobato Youth Club playing Friends Club in the opening match.

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ANFA granted AFC Coaching Convention B Level membership status

The AFC declares that the All Nepal Football Association has been conferred with the B Level Membership under the AFC Coaching Convention.

This declaration accords the All Nepal Football Association the right to organise AFC C and B Diploma courses and to issue the corresponding AFC diplomas and licences in accordance with the applicable terms of the AFC Coaching Convention.

The All Nepal Football Association now is recognized with the AFC Coaching Convention B Level membership status.

ANFA has been considered and approved by the AFC Coach Education Panel on November 4, 2021.

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