While the Indian Women's team has brought a smile to every fan's face by claiming supremacy at the SAFF Women's Championship with a hard fought victory over hosts Nepal, the complications are never-ending at the domestic football scene with I-League clubs still in loggerheads with AIFF over the future of league football in the country and the Hero Super Cup bearing the brunt of that tussle.
Beating hosts Nepal 3-1, the Blue Tigresses lifted their fifth title at the SAFF Women's Championship, retaining their status as the only team to win the sub-continental tournament. After the victory, the players celebrated with the trophy, and the head coach Maymol Rocky spoke to the press.
India continued its dominance at the SAFF Women's Championship with the team lifting its fifth straight title today in Biratnagar, Nepal with a 3-1 win over the hosts in the final.
THE NINE I-LEAGUE CLUBS who have joined hands in a rebellion against AIFF, have come out with an alternative vision for the future of league football in India.
The Indian women's team secured their berth in the final of the SAFF Women's Championship for the fifth time in a row with a clinical 4-0 win over Bangladesh on Wednesday
HOSTS AND TOURNAMENT FAVOURITES Nepal are taking on Sri Lanka in the first semi-final of the SAFF Women's Championship 2019
AFTER BEATING MALDIVES 6-0 in their opening game, the Indian Women's Team is taking on Sri Lanka in their second and final group stage game at the SAFF Women's Championship 2019.
FIFA has announced India as new hosts for the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup in 2020. The decision was taken at the FIFA Council held in Miami on Friday (March 15, 2019).
After beating Maldives 6-0 at their opening game of SAFF Women's Championship 2019, the Indian Women's Football Team returned to practice today (15th March 2019)
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