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LOC for AFC President’s Cup 2012 has been constituted

Lahore-Pakistan, April 20, 2012: Local Organizing Committee (LOC) for AFC President’s Cup, 2012 which being held at Punjab Football Stadium, Lahore from 8th May to 12th May, 2012, has been constituted by Pakistan Football Federation under the chairmanship of Dr. Allah Bakhsh Malik, Secretary Sports, Government of Punjab to facilitate this event

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PFF “D” Certificate Coaching Course for Women-2012 begins

Lahore – Pakistan, pril 17, 2012: Pakistan Football Federation (PFF) “D” Certificate Coaching Course for Women-2012 commenced at Football House, Lahore on Tuesday with nineteen (19) women participants attending the beneficial activity which aims at importing latest knowledge to the participants of the game. According to the press Release issued here by

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The curtains have been dropped on the AFC U14 Festival of Football in Islamabad

Islamabad – Pakistan, April 15, 2012: The curtains have been dropped on the AFC U14 Festival of Football in the Islamabad, Pakistan on Sunday. On the last day of the festival, two matches were played to accomplish a total of six matches under the second format where the teams played for 60

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AFC C Certificate Coaching Course concluded at Jinnah Sports Complex

Islamabad-Pakistan, April 13, 2012: PFF Vision 2020 Plan, which the Pakistan Football Federation (PFF) has unveiled on 21 June 2008 PFF Congress, will take Pakistan to new height. This ambitious plan will create pavement to PFF in earning berth in top 15 Asian teams as well earning tickets of World Cup, Olympics

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AFC U-14 (Boys) Festival of Football, Islamabad Match Results, April 12, 2012

Islamabad-Pakistan: April 12, 2012: Following is the results of the second day results of the AFC U-14 (Boys) Festival of Football, Islamabad (Islamabad Match). Match No 7: Pakistan beat Pakistan A 2:1 @ 0830 Hours PST @ Jinnah Stadium, Islamabad Scorer Pakistan: Junaid 1 Goal @ 15 Minute, Shanno 1 Goal @

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AFC U14 (Boys) festival of football kicks off in Islamabad

Islamabad-Pakistan. April 11, 2012: The Under-14 (Boys) Festival of football has been launched on Wednesday at Jinnah Stadium Islamabad in a most colorful manner. The opening ceremony was started with the passing out parade of the participating teams of Pakistan, Pakistan A, Tajikistan and Afghanistan. The opening ceremony was witnessed by a

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Festival referees ready to take their bow

Lahore-Pakistan, April 06, 2012: Festival referees, AFC Referees Preparatory Course, one of the key components of the AFC U14 Boys Festival of Football for Central Asia commenced on Friday including 18 referees from Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Islamic Republic of Iran, Afghanistan and Pakistan at the Jinnah Stadium, Islamabad. The first week of the

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AFC “C” Certificate Coaching Course begins in Jinnah Stadium Islamabad

Islamabad-Pakistan, April 03, 2012: AFC C Certificate Coaching Course, PFF Vision 2022, which the Pakistan Football Federation (PFF) has unveiled on 21 June 2008 PFF Congress, will take Pakistan to new height. This ambitious plan will create pavement to PFF in earning berth in top 15 Asian teams as well earning tickets of World

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PFF hand in hand with Environmental Production (EP)/Earth Hour 2012

Lahore-Pakistan, March 29, 2012: Environmental Production, Federation International de Football Association (FIFA) strongly appreciates and actively participates in the Earth Hours Campaign-2012 for Environmental Protection (EP) by intensifying its activity in this regard. According to Pakistan Football Federation (PFF), FIFA has assumed environmental responsibility more objectively and has intensified it activities to

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Australia repeats its ASOP grant to PFF for youth football development in Pakistan

Islamabad-Pakistan, ASOP grant, March 28, 2012: The Australian Government has again allocated the Pakistan Football Federation (PFF) a grant of Rs. 1.5 million or 17, 000 Australian Dollar as part of its Australian Sports Outreach Program (ASOP). According to the press release issued here by PFF, this announcement was made by Deputy