The fourth WAFF women championship will start in Abu Dhabi, UAE on Monday.

 

Eight teams will compete to win the regional title, as the draw will take place on Sunday. At the same day the organizing committee will hold a press conference to announce all the details of the tournament.

The list of participants include: UAE, Jordan, Iran, Bahrain, Palestine, Iraq, Syria and Lebanon.

The teams will be drawn into 2 groups, as the winners and runners-up of each group will qualify to the semi-final, and the final will be on 12 October.

Jordan has won the first 2 editions in 2005 and 2007, while the hosts UAE won the title in the third edition at 2010.

 

Group A

               

Palestine

Bahrain

Jordan

Iraq 


Group B

                   

Syria

Iran

UAE

Lebanon

 

Group A Matches

 

10/3/2011 – 16:30 Sultan Bin Zayed Stadium   Jordan V Palestine 8 – 1 

10/3/2011 – 19:45 Sultan Bin Zayed Stadium   Bahrain V Iraq 12 – 0

10/5/2011 -16:30 Sultan Bin Zayed Stadium   Jordan V Bahrain

10/5/2011 – 19:45 Sultan Bin Zayed Stadium   Palestine VIraq

10/7/2011 – 16:30 Sultan Bin Zayed Stadium   Jordan V Iraq

10/7/2011 – 19:45 Sultan Bin Zayed Stadium   Bahrain VPalestine

 

Group B Matches

10/4/2011 – 16:30 Sultan Bin Zayed Stadium   UAE 6 – 0 Syria 

10/4/2011 – 19:45 Sultan Bin Zayed Stadium   Iran 8 – 1 Lebanon 

10/6/2011 – 16:30 Sultan Bin Zayed Stadium   UAE V Iran 

10/6/2011 – 19:45 Sultan Bin Zayed Stadium   Syria VLebanon 

10/8/2011 – 16:30 Sultan Bin Zayed Stadium   UAE VLebanon 

10/8/2011 – 19:45 Sultan Bin Zayed Stadium   Iran V Syria 

 

Photo/Source: the-waff

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  1. Ken Suzuki 7 years ago

    @Gromit

    It is not my intention to consider only goals in player appraisal. I mentioned number of goals as an example to explain that each player’s statistics is influenced by her team/league as well as her own merit.

    Yes, US national team happened to turn a club this year because of unfortunate collapse of WPS. Actually, if you regard this unfair you must blame a country like North Korea far more strenuously. Their national team is the only club, and it is not a result of unfortunate turn of event. If you were born there your career as a football player is viable only if you play for the glory of the state.

    However, please understand I am not in love with the idea to count only national team. Let me say it is a lesser evil. We don’t have a better alternative as long as the leagues of the world are so unequal.

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