Rebecca Magoma Kenya’s U-20 and Football Kenya Federation Women Premier League champions Vihiga Queens striker, Cythia Shilwatso is headed for trial with Swedish top league (Damallsvenskan) side Hammarby FC. After leading her side to their maiden title a couple of days ago, with a 2-1 victory over two-time champions Thika Queens at
Photo Credit: De Gelderlander The sixth edition of the International Federation of Football History & Statistics (IFFHS) award for women recognizes 19 of the world’s best playmakers in the year 2017. The very first award in 2012 was won by Brazilian international and former FIFA player of the year, Marta. 2016 saw Germany and Olympique Lyon's
Photo Credit: IFFHS For the first time in history, the International Federation of Football History & Statistics (IFFHS) has proceeded to establish THE WORLD TEAM OF THE YEAR for Women. The award was voted by football experts from 91 countries across the globe. IFFHS WOMEN WORLD TEAM OF THE YEAR 2017 (4-3-3) with vote percentage Goalkeeper Sarah BOUHADDI
Rebecca Magoma News that next season's Football Kenya Federation Women Premier League will revert to a unified system of play has been welcomed by coaches. The 2016-17 league season, which came to an end over the weekend at Camp Toyoyo grounds where Vihiga Queens defeated Thika Queens 2-1 to bag their maiden title,
The sixth edition of the International Federation of Football History & Statistics (IFFHS) award for Women's Goalkeeping recognizes 15 of the world's best goalkeepers in the year 2017. The very first award in 2012 was won by USA international -World and Olympic Champion-, Hope Solo. After bagging the accolade four times in a row
Rebecca Magoma Vihiga Queens defeated Thika Queens 2-1 at Camp Toyoyo on Sunday evening to clinch their maiden Football Kenya Federation Women Premier League title. It was a sweet revenge for the Vihiga County outfit after Thika Queens beat them 2-0 in the play-off played at the same ground last season. Vihiga Queens'
Rebecca Magoma Oserian Ladies finished third in the Football Kenya Federation Women Premier League following a 1-0 win over Makolanders in the third place play-off decided at Camp Toyoyo Grounds over the weekend. Laila Apiyo scored the lone goal in the 20th minute to give the Zone B side the win. To progress
John Mendy The Gambia National Female U-17 team coach and assistant captain are upbeat ahead of Saturday’s crucial World Cup qualifier against the Black Maidens of Ghana. Baby Scorpions of the Gambia defeated Sierra Leone in the first round qualifier to face their Ghanaian counterparts in the second round. Both the Gambia and