The AIFF ‘D’ License results for 18th May to 23rd May 2019 batch. The course was conducted at the Cooperage Stadium, Mumbai, Maharashtra. The results are listed as follows:
Note: The participants whose names do not feature on the list have been unsuccessful in clearing the course. Propass candidates need to re-write their theory exam in the upcoming batch.Read More »
The AIFF ‘D’ License results for 4th May to 9th May 2019 batch. The course was conducted at the Cooperage Stadium, Mumbai, Maharashtra. The results are listed as follows:Read More »
On 21st September 2020, India will host the FIFA Women’s U-17 World Cup. Previously in 2017, India organized the U-17 Men’s World Cup.
To prepare for the big event, the Indian Women’s U-17 team is taken to exposure trips. Recently, the India U-17 girls guided by Mr. Alex Ambrose, have earned three consecutive four-goal victories in their three matches in Hong Kong, beating Hong Kong U-23 (5-1), Tai Po TBC (4-0), and Citizen AA (5-1).
Furthermore, the AIFF is conducting a preparatory camp at Goa. The federation has chosen the best 34 talents from the nation to take part in this camp. Amongst the selected candidates, there are 4 Maharashtrians chosen to prepare for the grand stage. Priyanka Sujeesh (DF), Sai Sankhe (MF), Anjali Barke (GK), Sundaram Gia (FW) are the four young prospects to get a chance from the state for the national camp.
This is big news for the state. Mr. Sauter Vaz, the Hon. Secretary of WIFA quoted, “This is a positive result. The association is taking regular initiatives for women’s football. If things fall in place, we will have more players coming up from the state and represent the national side in the coming future”.
Former Indian National Team player and the CEO of WIFA, Mr. Henry Menezes said, “Our strategy for women’s football has started to show results.”
This is the first time, the U-17 Indian Women’s football team is going to take part in such a large affair. Hence there are active measures taken by the AIFF to ensure the best facilities and game time is provided to the young team.
The camp is going to take place in Goa from 30th July to 01st September 2019 in preparation for the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup 2020.Read More »
WIFA’s Coach education department will be conducting AIFF D License Course this July 26th at Cooperage Football Stadium, Mumbai
The ‘D’ licence course will provide an ideal introduction to football coaching. The course is open to any person over 18 years of age having football playing experience, a passion for football, an interest in coaching and the motivation to improve skills and understanding.
Schedule: 26th July 2019
The candidate must produce recent fitness certificate (not older than 1 year) recognized by a MBBS Doctor certifying that he/she is fit enough to perform all the requested activites during the course
The course would be conducted by AIFF instructors. All interested person are requested to download the registration form here: Download
D-licence is stepping stone if someone want to make their career in coaching.
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24th June 2019. Jalgaon: Earlier today, in the final of WIFA Inter-District Women’s Championship, Pune played Buldhana in a thrilling contest at Jalgaon. After both the sides failed to score in the normal time, Pune defeated Buldhana 3-1 on penalties to lift the title and end their campaign on a superb note.
Pune 0(3)-0(1) Buldhana
(Pune won in Penalty)
The match stared off with Pune’s Jersey no 4 got injured in the very beginning of game. Earlier in first half there were some close chances for both the sides but neither side could break the deadlock. In second half Pune had number of chances to take the lead but Nikita Jadhav marshaled Buldhana’s defence like a wall and played a key role in keeping the score 0-0. After extra time, the game went to tiebreaker where Pune’s GK Anjali Barke once again stole the show with couple of saves that helped Pune to clinch the victory over Buldhana to become first time champions.
Though Pune and Buldhana had to go through the penalty shootout in order to defeat their counterparts, it was a brilliant performance to eliminate two of the likeliest finalists. When both these sides faced earlier today, it became a historic moment for both these districts that were playing each other for the very first time in the final.
Throughout the game, Pune and Buldhana defended superbly. They knew that even conceding a single goal will turn out to be fatal. At the full-time whistle, the score was still tied at 0-0 as the match headed towards the ultimate showdown, penalty shootout.
For Pune Murial Adam, Shweta Borude and Sana Shaikh managed to convert their spot kicks while only Dipsika Hiwale could convert for Buldhana.
Player of the tournament: Sonali Chemte
Goalkeeper of the tournament: Anjali Barke
Best Defender: Nikita Jhadav
Top scorer of the tournament: Pratiksha Mithari (6 Goals)Read More »