Jordan’s campaign at the AFC U23 Championship has come to an end, following a 1-0 defeat to Iraq in the closing match of group stage. The National Team in third place with 2 points from a 2-2 draw with Saudi Arabia in the opening game, and a 1-1 tie with Malaysia in the second match.
Jordan recorded its first ever victory over a European side, after defeating Denmark 3-2 in a friendly that was held in Abu Dhabi, on Monday, January 15. Jordan took the lead through Malik Abdelhadi in the first half, however, Denmark managed to equalize in the second half. Hamzeh Al Dardour regained the lead
Jordan Women’s National Team head coach Michael Dickey has announced the squad that will be set to travel to Japan, for a training camp from 20-28 January, in preparation for the Women’s Asian Cup and World Cup qualifiers. The Team will play two friendly matches against Fukushima Academy on January 24, and Nojima Stella on
Jordan Women’s National Team prepares to head to Japan for a training camp that will be held in Tokyo, from January 20-28. The Team will play two friendly matches against Fukushima Academy on January 24, and Nojima Stella on January 27. The Nashmiyat returned to trainings since the start of the new year, with trainings
Jordan collected its first point at the 2018 AFC U23 Championship, following a 2-2 draw with Saudi Arabia in their opening match that was held in Changshu, China, on Wednesday, January 10. The U23 Team seemed close to earn the match’s 3 points after taking a 2-0 lead with a brilliant individual effort from
Jordan and Libya settled for a 1-1 draw in a friendly match that was held at the King Abdullah II Stadium in Amman, on Tuesday, December 25. The match was held in preparation for the 2019 AFC Asian Cup, under the charge of head coach Jamal Abu Abed, who has been officially appointed to lead
Jordan Women’s National Team stayed at the 50th place in the latest edition of the World Ranking, which was released by FIFA on Friday, 15 December, 2017. The Team is now 11th in the Asian Continent, behind Australia, Japan, Korea Republic, South Korea, China, Thailand, Vietnam, Uzbekistan, Chinese Taipei and Myanmar. The Jordanian Team improved
Jordan Women’s National wrapped up 2017’s preparations for the upcoming AFC Women’s Asian Cup & World Cup qualifiers, with a 2-1 victory over Thailand in Bangkok ending the year on a high note. In a match that was held at the SCG Stadium on Tuesday, December 12, Jordan was determined to undo the performance in
The curtains for the 2018 AFC Women’s Asian Cup draw has unfolded at the lowest point on earth in Dead Sea, Jordan, where Jordan was drawn as head of group A along with China, Thailand, and the Philippines. while title holders and defending champions Japan heads group B, accompanied by Australia, Korea Republic, and Vietnam.
Jordan Women’s National Team was defeated by Thailand 3-0 in a friendly that was held on Saturday, December 9, at the SCG Stadium in Bangkok. Thailand broke the deadlock in the 12th minute, taking advantage of the lack of concentration at the backline, to end the first half with a 1-0 advantage. The hosts managed