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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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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Update on upcoming FIFA World Cup qualifiers

Following consultation with Asia’s member associations, FIFA and the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) have agreed to postpone the upcoming Asian qualifiers for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 as follows:

  • Matches originally scheduled to take place during the international window of 23-31 March 2020 and 1-9 June 2020 are postponed to later dates
  • FIFA and the AFC will discuss further details of the postponed matches

However, in order to support the member associations concerned, and provided that the safety of all individuals involved meets the required standards and that the member associations due to play each other mutually agree, the match(es) may still be played during the international windows of March or June 2020, but always subject to prior approval from both FIFA and the AFC.

The upcoming qualifiers for the Olympic Football Tournaments are foreseen to be played as scheduled, with the exception of the women’s Olympic qualifiers play-off between Korea Republic and China PR, which will now take place during the international window of 1-10 June 2020.

FIFA and the AFC will continue to assess the situation in relation to COVID-19 and will decide whether further changes to the schedule of Asian FIFA World Cup 2022 qualifiers are required, always with the aim of protecting the safety and health of all individuals involved.


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National Women's League and National Team training postponed until further notice

The All Nepal Football Association (ANFA) regrets to announce the postponement of the activities and events in response to the Covid-19 outbreak.

The ANFA has decided to delay the Deputy Mayor National Women's League which is scheduled to begin from 3rd Chaitra in Dharan.

Understanding the situation, men's national team training also has been postponed to a later date.

Aside from the Women's League and National Team training, ANFA also directs all the DFA's to postpone the football tournaments that is to be held in the districts.

ANFA urges all the stakeholders to put the upcoming tournaments on hold until further notice.

The underway tournaments will be on hold only if the government or the authorities request to refrain the measures of transmission.

ANFA Weekend (Saturday) training programme also has been postponed until further notice.

We apologize for any inconvenience caused.

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