FC Pune City was crowned champions of the WIFA Women’s Football Championship, which is being conducted as part of the FIFA-AIFF State Development Project. In the final contested between Pune outfits, FC Pune City riding on the double strikes from Senorita Nogngpluh went on to record an authoritative 3-0 win against United Poona SA, at the Cooperage ground. Witness it through its match photo gallery.Read More »
Pune outfits, United Poona SA and FC Pune City took different routes to progress into the final of the WIFA Women’s Football Championship, which was being conducted as part of the FIFA-AIFF State Development Project, at the Cooperage ground. In semi-final encounters, United Poona took an early lead to snatch a hard-earned 1-0 win against Aadhar Pratishtan.Read More »
FC Pune City got the better of hot favourites Bodyline FC, Mumbai 8-7 via the sudden death penalty shootout tie-breaker after full time had finished in a 1-1 draw and 3-3 after the first set of five kicks. It wasn’t easy for the Pune outfit but they keep their nerves tight and sensibly covert the sudden death through Merlyn Adam.Read More »
Aadhar Pratisthan, Mumbai, and KSA Women’s FC shared honors as they played out a tame goalless draw.
The Mumbai outfit Aadhar Pratisthan topped the group with 7 points while Pune City was placed second with 6 points and both have qualified for the semi-finals, which was played on Sunday, July 1.
Adhar Pratisthan, Mumbai got the better of Tripude Sports Academy, Nagpur by a comfortable 2-0 margin. After a barren first session, Priya Tiwari scored the first goal in the 43rd minute, while Malaika Chauhan doubled the lead with a strike in the first minute of an additional period of the match.Read More »
FC Pune City recovered well from the defeat against Aadhar Pratisthan in opening match as they snatched a narrow 1-0 win over KSA Women’s FC, Kolhapur in their second Group-B league match of the WIFA Women’s Football Championship, which is being conducted as part of the FIFA-AIFF State Development Project, at the Cooperage ground, on 29th June.Read More »
KSA Women’s FC, Kolhapur scored once in each half to blank Tripude SC, Nagpur 2-0. Mrunal Khot netted the first goal in the second minute of an additional period of the first half, while Aishwarya Havaldar struck the second in the 57th minute to seal the Kolhapur side’s victory.Read More »
The Western India Football Association (WIFA) have announced that they will be conducting the Pre-Qualifiers League to select teams to participate in the Preliminary Round of the Indian Women’s League (IWL) 2017-18.
The qualifiers will commence from 7th August 2017 at Cooperage Stadium, Mumbai. WIFA has further asked the following clubs to have their teams ready for the Tournament. Kenkre Football Club, Football School of India, Tiger Sports Academy, Football Leaders Academy, PIFA Sports Private Limited, Colaba Sports League, Bodyline FC and Rush Soccer is the eight teams which will be participating in the Pre-Qualifiers.
On 22nd July 2o17, a meeting is scheduled to take place at Cooperage Stadium of the managers of the participating teams to apprise the teams with the modalities of the Tournament.
With the recently concluded WIFA Women’s Championship, this is yet another opportunity for the girls to come out and prove themselves on a grand stage.Read More »
Mumbai outfit Aadhar Pratisthan SC started on a winning note defeating FC Pune City by a close 1-0 margin in the opening Group-B league matches of the WIFA Women’s Football Championship, which is being conducted as part of the FIFA-AIFF State Development Project, at the Cooperage ground, on Wednesday 28th June 2017.
Karen Pais, the spearhead in the attack, scored four goals as Bodyline FC, Mumbai struck a perfect ten, by registering a comprehensive 10-0 win against Rahul Football Club, Nagpur in the concluding Group-A league matches of the WIFA Women’s Football Championship, which is being conducted as part of the FIFA-AIFF State Development Project, at the Cooperage ground, on Monday 26th morning.Read More »