Girls’ Football Festival concludes


On the occasion of International Women’s Day, the Mongolian Football Federation (MFF) and Asian Football Confederation have jointly organized the first Girls’ Football Festival on March 7 and 8. A total of nine girls’ football teams competed in U11, U13 and U15 categories.
Five teams competed in the U11 category, and Sansar FC claimed a gold medal without any loses. Sansar was followed by Arvis FC and Tuulyn Tom Tulnuud FC.
In the U13 category, Shine Yarmag FC won a gold medal, and was followed by Tuulyn Tom Tulnuud and Kharaatsai.
Tuulyn Tom Tulnuud FC won a gold medal in the U15 category. The silver medal went to Khoromkhon FC and Bayanzurkh District team secured third place.
CEO of the MFF Sh.Jargalsaikhan gave a closing speech and congratulated the girls who will from the Mongolian national women’s team.
The MFF handed all players gifts and footballs of the Asian Football Confederation.

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