WIFA Womens Championship: FC Mumbaikars charge to big win

FC Mumbaikars showed good coordination and worked well as a unit to humble Bombay Gymkhana by an emphatic 7-0 margin in a Group-A league match of the Western India Football…

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WIFA Women’s league: Dhanvi Patel scores for Future Stars

Future Stars FC were made to work hard for their narrow 1-0 win against UPSA (United Pune Soccer Association) in a Group-A league match of the Western India Football Association…

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WIFA Women’s football Championship: PIFA hit UPSA for a six

PIFA (Premier Indian Football Academy) showed good understanding and excellent teamwork as they breezed to a facile 6-0 win against UPSA (United Pune Soccer Association) in a Group-A league match…

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WIFA Women’s Championship 2018 – As things stand

It has been over a week since the WIFA Women’s Championship 2018-19 campaign has gone underway at the Cooperage Stadium. There were been some twists and turns that left the…

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PIFA Women off to a roaring start in the WIFA Women’s Championship

PIFA Sports Women’s team kicked off their season of the WIFA Women’s Championship 2018 being held at the Cooperage Stadium, with an astounding 11-0 win over Bombay Gymkhana. The winner…

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WIFA Women’s Football to kicks-off from Monday

The Western India Football Association (WIFA) will be conducting the Women’s Football Championship 2018, at the Cooperage Football Stadium, starting from Monday, October 22, 2018. Ten leading teams, eight from…

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Five Maharashtra girls called up for Indian Sub Junior girls National Camp

Five WIFA girls have been selected for the national camp while the Maharashtra sub-junior girls Head coach Firmin D’souza and Goalkeeper coach Abdul Qadeer too have been awarded national duty. Firmin…

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Maharashtra Sub Jr. Girl’s triumphs 18-0

The Sub Junior Girl’s Inter-District Championship kick-started in Cuttack. The Maharashtra Sub Junior Girls faced Pondicherry in their opening game and romped to a whopping 18-0 victory to book their…

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Karen: Bodyline has a strong ‘value system’ in place.

Every Tournament has its own story. Same goes for the recently concluded WIFA Women’s Championship which was held in Mumbai. Bodyline SC managed to score 25 goals in just four…

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“Motive was to encourage girls to come out and play,” Henry Menezes

The last couple of years has been quite encouraging for Women’s Football in Maharashtra. With the immense backing from WIFA (Western India Football Association), FIFA and AIFF, numerous states tournament…

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