01 July 2015

Azkals friendly against Vietnam on September 3 ?

PFF is trying to organize a friendly against Vietnam on September 3 in Bocaue, Bolacan.

Phillipines is playing World Cup qualifier against Uzbekistan on September 8

UFL Division 1 Results

UFL Division 1 Monday

Pachanga Diliman 1-1 Global !

Stallion 4-0 Team Socceroo

25 June 2015

UFL Wednesday







AFC Girls U14

Vietnam 3-0 Philippines
Scorers: Tran Thi Hai Linh (28’), Nguyen Thi Hang (70’, 70+1’)


GROUP B
Philippines 3-1 Singapore
Scorers: Andrea Tiongson (14'), Regine Rebosura (41'), Catherine Pardilla (55') / Nur Afiqah Omar (9')


June 25 Philippines 2-2 Malaysia

Scorers for Philippines : Pardilla and Own goal

Malaysia and Vietnam in semifinals.

Malaysia and Philippines both got 4 points, but Malaysia advance on goal difference.


Philippine U14 Girls Football team wins against Singapore 3-1 in AFC and this girl from Payatas scored one of the goals

Unbeknownst to most, the Philippines U-14 girls squad is currently in Vietnam for the Asian Football Cup Regional Championships. Yesterday, they beat Singapore, 3-1.
It may be one of those garden-variety ho-hum matches except it’s not. Joining team Philippines is Regine, a 13-year-old girl from Payatas who was trained by Payatas FC, of the Fairplay for All Foundation (FFA). She actually scored one of the goals for Team Philippines.
According to Roy Moore, one of the two British founders of FFA, Regine started training with the National team in May. “They held tryouts in San Beda. She joined and was selected for training camp, which was comprised of 40 girls. She made the cut and joined the next training camp in Laguna, eventually making it to the 18-girl squad.”
They left Manila for the AFC games last Sunday, which is a first for many for Regine — it was her first time to ride a plane, her first time out of the country, and her first time with the National Team.
This is also the first time for Payatas FC — the football squad of FFA — to successfully send one of their players into the national team. “Another one of our girls was invited to join the team [last year], and the year before, but she was homesick so she didn’t,” narrates Moore, who along with compatriot Naomi Tomlinson, established FFA and Payatas FC in 2011.
Regine, who has been training with Payatas FC since 2011, is enjoying the experience, Roy says. “She says she’s learning a lot.” The lost their first game, against Vietnam 0-3 but they beat Singapore 3-1 last night.”
Today, Team Philippines is playing against Malaysia, which they should win to qualify for the semis.
Football and education are the two biggest concerns of FFA. Apart from being one of Payatas FC’s star players, Regine, Moore shares, is also an FFA scholar, who just graduated from elementary. “We’re sponsoring 45 kids in nearby public schools but we’re currently raising funds to build our own school, the Fairplay Center in Payatas where we can enroll kids.”
Inspiring work, you all!

http://manila.coconuts.co/2015/06/25/philippine-u14-girls-football-team-wins-against-singapore-3-1-afc-and-girl-payatas-scored

22 June 2015

UFL Tuesday

UFL Tuesday

5,15 pm Loyola 4-0 Team Socceroo

7.45 pm Ceres 5-0 Pachanga Diliman Fc




21 June 2015

UFL Sunday's matches- Results




New Azkal find delivers in debut

By Olmin Leyba
MANILA, Philippines - It took an agonizing two weeks for Fil-British youngster Luke Woodland to make his debut for the Philippine Azkals but it was worth the wait.
One of the first to arrive for the start of training camp last June 1, the 19-year-old Woodland missed the opening 2-1 win over Bahrain due to eligibility issues and only got the Fifa clearance to suit up in the wee hours of Phl’s June 16 match against Yemen in Qatar.
He got his first start against the Yemenis, dishing out a solid performance and impressing with his distribution from the backline as the Azkals stormed to a 2-0 victory for a share of the Group H lead in the Fifa World Cup qualifiers.
“It was a brilliant experience,” said Woodland, the youngest member of the team.
Woodland felt at ease playing alongside Daisuke Sato and Jerry Lucena in a three-man formation at the back.
“That comes with being with the squad for two weeks now. We’ve built a good relationship. I know Sato; we knew what we’re like on the pitch and what we’re like off the pitch. You can read what each is gonna do when you got a good relationship like that. It makes it easier for the whole team,” he said.
A former mainstay of the English U-17 and U-18 sides, Woodland was reduced to spectator in the first game at home after failing to secure on time the clearance to switch nation from the Irish, Welsh and Scottish Football Associations, a requirement from the Fifa Players’ Status committee.
With one cap for the Azkals, Woodland looks forward to suiting up again when the Pinoy booters host Uzbekistan on Sept. 8.
“We’ll work hard again and look forward to the game in September,” he said.