SRINAGAR: The DFA Srinagar Annual League Football Tournament 2021 kick started on Wednesday at Synthetic Turf TRC Srinagar.
The first match of the tournament was played between IFC Nowgam and Qamarwari FC. Both the teams played quality football and missed some good chances. In the 20th minute of the first half, Aqib of Qamarwari FC scored a magnificent goal which took every body by surprise. At half time Qamarawari FC was leading by one goal.
In the 58th minute of the game IFC Nowgam equalized via a goal by Adil Ahmad. Both the clubs tried hard to take the lead but failed to find the net.
The solid defences of both clubs denied their opponents any goal scoring opportunity and the match ended as 1-1 draw.
The second match was played between FC Views and Shahr-e-Khas FC. The match started with both the teams exhibiting aggressive Football. Adil scored the first goal in 10th minute for FC views. In 22nd Minute Moiz doubled the lead and the Club maintained the 2-nil goal lead till the end of first half.
In the 2nd half, FC Views consolidated their lead by scoring a third goal through Adil in 50th minute, adding the 4th scored by Moiz in 64th minute. The match ended with 4:0 in favour of FC Views.
The Tournament is organized by J&K Football Association in collaboration with J&K Sports Council.
JKFA Futsal Championship 2021 Semifinalists Announced
The Jammu & Kashmir Football Association on Wednesday revealed the teams and schedule for the JKFA Futsal Championship finals.
In the semifinal rounds, Hyderya Sports FC will lock horns with Real Kashmir FC on August 29 at 8:30 am. While in the other semifinal, Downtown Heroes FC will take on Syed Tajudin FC on the same day at 9:30 am.
The Futsal Championship is being held at the Gindun Ground in Rajbagh.
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