TAGUIG City — After two seasons, the Nigerian kings are back on top. Rangers F.C. Philippines edged defending champion Manila Digger F.C., 2-1 in a thrilling Season 6 finale that went to penalty kickout and reclaim the AIA 7s Football League Men’s Division 1 title on Sunday, November 27 at the McKinley Hill Stadium.
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.
TAGUIG City — After over three months of intense seven-a-side football action, the women’s division of the AIA 7s Football League Season 6 has reached its finale.
BACOLOD City — Tribu Sugbu of Cebu continued to be the standard in 7’s Football, conquering the McKinley Hill-Bonifacio Global City Warriors in the 2nd AIA Vitality KAMPEON Cup final, 2-1 to successfully defend its crown on Sunday at the La Provincia Field.
The Philippine U18 girls team barged into the quarterfinals of the 4th Street Child World Cup 2022 in Qatar after an impressive showing in the group stages.
The undefeated onslaught of Sino F.C. in Men’s Division I of the AIA 7’s Football League Season 6 continued with a 3-1 victory over Garelli United on Sunday at the McKinley Hill Stadium.
Newcomer Sino F.C. stunned the defending AIA 7’s Football League Men’s Division 1 champions Manila Digger F.C. in come-from-behind fashion, 2-1 for a scintillating debut performance as Season 6 festivities of the country’s premier seven-a-side competition opened last Sunday at the McKinley Hill Stadium in Taguig City.
Lopsided wins from heavily-favored clubs and contrasting results from two Manila Nomads teams highlighted the quarterfinals of the AIA 7’s Football League Season 5 Women’s Division on Sunday, June 26 at the McKinley Hill Stadium in Taguig City.
When the COVID-19 pandemic struck in late 2019 and subsequently shut down all of sports for the next two years and a half, Manila Nomads Brave head coach Shane Cosgrove had to find other ways to stay productive and distracted.
Mondo International F.C. and Manila Stars Football scored the biggest victories in Day 1 of the AIA 7’s Football League last Sunday at the McKinley Hill Stadium in Taguig.