FIFA/ANFA Refereeing Course held at ANFA Complex

FIFA/ANFA Refereeing Course held at ANFA Complex

A five-day refereeing course has been held at ANFA Complex in Satdobato.

The course started on November 12 and concluded on November 16, 2019.  FIFA Technical Instructor John Chia Eng Wah from Singapore and FIFA Fitness Instructor Ahmad Khalidi Bin Supian from Malaysia conducted the course.

A total of 31 referees including five local referee instructors took part in the course.

ANFA President Karma Tsering Sherpa and FIFA Technical Instructor John Chia Eng Wah addressed the opening session while Senior Vice President Pankaj Nembang and FIFA Fitness Instructor Ahmad Khalidi Bin Supian addressed in the closing session of the course.

FIFA Assistant Referee Rojen Shrestha was awarded Best Participate Referee and Best Fitness Male Referee while Merina Dhimal won Best Fitness Female Referee.

List Of Participants: Sudish Kumar Pandey, Nabindra Maharjan, Shraban Kumar Tamang, Kabin Byanjankar, Padham Bahadur Bhujel, Nani Ram Thapa Magar, Rojen Shrestha, Madhav Khatri, Yunal Malla, Sahadev Shrestha, Prakash Nath Shrestha, Prajwol Chhetri, Shyam Danuwar, Rojendra Khadgi, Sukra Tamang ,Bikram Chaudhary, Prakash Bhujel, Ganesh Chaudhary, Kishan Yadav, Prajesh Amatya, Madhukar Acharya, Harish Karki, Gyan Bahader Magar, Yam Bahadur Sunwar,Asmita Manandhar, Bina Shrestha, Maya Lama, Anjana Rai ,Marina Dhimal, Radhika Shakya & Laxmi Shrestha.

List Of Local Referee Instructors:  Gajendra Man Singh, Kalpana Sharma, Laba Khatri, Kiran Giri & Sailesh Joshi.                

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ANFA discusses club licensing and youth development programme with NPC

All Nepal Football Association (ANFA) and Nepal Police Club (NPC) officials held a discussion on youth development programme and club licensing issues on Monday.

The discussion was held at Nepal Police Academy in Maharajgunj. ANFA President Karma Tsering Sherpa, Vice President and Coordinator of Grassroots and Youth Department Upendra Man Singh, Vice President Shixit Parajuli and Executive Committee member Madhu Sudan Upadhyay were present in the meeting.

The two sides also discussed player's training getting affected and the need to develop new means to help and produce footballers during the pandemic period.

Nepal Police Additional Inspector General (AIG) Pradyumna Kumar Karki said they would welcome any plans regarding the youth development for football and hold further discussion after receiving the proposals from ANFA.

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ANFA, APF agree to work together for football development

All Nepal Football Association (ANFA) and Armed Police Force (APF) have agreed to work together for the overall development of football in the country.

During a programme at APF headquarters in Halchowk on Sunday, the two sides agreed to work in tandem towards the growth of grassroot level, youth development and capacity building of the game.

ANFA President Karma Tsering Sherpa said the football governing body was focusing on youth development to ensure a better future of Nepali football. "We have forwarded plans to make our youth system better. It will ultimately help in our goal to develop Nepali football," said Sherpa.

ANFA Vice President Upendra Man Singh presented the plan during the programme.

Also speaking at the programme, APF Inspector General (IG) Shailendra Khanal said they were very positive towards the plan presented by ANFA towards developing football in the country. He said APF would be happy to make a contribution towards the development of Nepali football in the country.

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ANFA referee course held in Dolakha for Bagmati Proivnce referees

All Nepal Football Association (ANFA) held ANFA Refereeing Course 2019 in Charikot, Dolakha for Bagmati Province referees. The course was organized from September 27- October 3. A total of 37 participants took part in the course.

The seven days course was organized by technical instructors Surendra Shikrakhar and Sudish Pandey. Fitness sessions was organized by Kiran Giri.

ANFA General Secretary Indraman Tuladhar graced the closing session He hoped the referees were acquainted with the necessary skills and techniques after the completion of the course.

Thirty-four participants who fulfilled the criteria of the course and passed the tests received the ANFA referee badge.

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