Wadi Degla’s women football team claimed the Egyptian league title for the ninth time in a row, after defeating El-Tayran (Aviation) 1-0 on Friday, April 7. It remained a scoreless first half as El Tayran, last season's runners-up, tried to force it to penalties. In the 50th minute, Degla took a 1-0
By Janine Anthony Year: 2015 Country: Egypt For many observers, It was such a momentous victory for women across the nation. A woman in the center circle, wielding control through a whistle, in a man's game. The Egyptian Football Association (EFA) assigned Sarah Samir to referee a men’s football match between Wadi Degla and Talaea El
By Nouran Hegazy When you talk about sports in Egypt, football comes in the first place with no other competitor. The sport is adored and passionately followed by millions of Egyptians, with the majority being Al Ahly and Zamalek fans. Despite football being a male-dominated team sport, the percentage of female fans has noticeably
Par Bertrand Ngatchou Sur un terrain en terre près de l'aéroport de Khartoum, Sara Edward regarde s'entraîner ses joueuses, qui formeront un jour, elle l'espère, l'équipe nationale féminine de football du Soudan. Son équipe de 15 footballeuses s'est baptisée 'le Défi', référence aux nombreux obstacles auxquels les jeunes joueuses font face:
The Confederation of African Football (CAF) on Wednesday revealed the withdrawal of Egypt from men's and women's football events of the forth coming All-Africa Games, Brazaville 2015. In the statement released on their official website, the African Football body did not give any reason why the North African country pulled out.