The support keeps on pouring for the FIFA Women’s World Cup-bound Filipinas. Long-time Philippine women’s football national team goalkeeper Inna Palacios has partnered with digital payments leader Visa in a marketing move that is also seen to empower women’s sports and football in the country.
TAGUIG City — The thing about streaks is that they are either broken or continued. For Kaya F.C. Iloilo, the queens of seven-a-side football distinction will stay with them.
The best stars of the on-going 2022-2023 Philippines Football League season will banner the pool of the Azkals men’s seniors national team.
The Filipinas will face Chile next as their preparation for their first-ever FIFA Women’s World Cup continues.
As the dust cleared and the Filipinas now know who they will be up against in the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 next year, players are even “more motivated” in a group in which they believe the campaign is “doable”.
As if there is still doubting Alisha Del Campo’s capabilities in the field, one of the finest Filipina scorers in the women’s football scene today replicated her hattrick from two days ago to help deliver a deserving international football title for one of the Philippines’ most established women’s clubs.
The women’s squad of Kaya F.C. continued to roll in the SingaCup-organized Women’s Football Championship in Singapore, thrashing Thai champs Phranakorn F.C., 6-0 on Wednesday at the Bedok Stadium.
The Kaya F.C. Iloilo women’s team beat tournament host and Singaporean champion Lion City Sailors, 3-1 to jumpstart its campaign in the regional Women’s Football Championship in style on Monday night at the German European School in Singapore.
The visiting Philippine women’s football national team settled for a 1-2 defeat at the hands of the Costa Rican national team in their rematch played on Tuesday (early Wednesday in Manila) at the Estadio Saprissa in San Jose, Costa Rica.
Change has come to Maharlika Manila F.C. The Philippines Football League brought to you by Qatar Airways club has named assistant Arman “Biboy” Esteban as its new head coach, replacing Geongil Kim.