Jordan clinched the third place at 2018 WAFF U16 Championship, which was hosted in Amman from 1-9 August with the participation of Japan, India, Yemen, Iraq and hosts Jordan. The Jordanian Team finished third with 6 points after beating Iraq 7-1, Yemen 2-1, a 3-2 defeat to Japan, and a 4-0 loss to India.
Jordan national team players Stephanie Al Naber and Shahnaz Jebreen appear in the Asian Football Confederation (AFC)’s “It’s My Game” campaign, which continues this week with videos highlighting exceptional women playing football and working in the game across the Continent. The campaign celebrates women’s contribution to Asian football and emphasises their varied roles within
Jordan Football Association (JFA), governing body for football in Jordan, and mycujoo, a leading live-streaming football service, announce a partnership for the streaming of live and on-demand football content over the upcoming four years. Under the terms of the agreement disclosed today, the JFA and mycujoo will join forces to live stream more than 700
The Asian Football Development Project (AFDP) and the German Development Cooperation (GIZ) Sport for Development program (S4D) will be celebrating the official launch of the “Yalla Riyada Bus” on 13 May, 2018 at Nusaiba bint Ka`ab school for girls. The ceremony will be held under the patronage of HRH Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein, and
The Jordanian Football Federation (JFA) Club Affairs Department would like to clearly state that it did not register any intermediaries during the period from 1/4/2016 to 31/3/2017.
Jordan Football Association and Japan Football Association signed a Memorandum of Understanding, aimed to intensify the football cooperation and strengthen the relations between the two organizations. In Jordanian capital Amman, on Saturday April 21, Jordan FA President HRH Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein and Japan Football Association President Kohzo Tashima penned the memorandum of understating
Jordan’s campaign at the AFC Women’s Asian Cup 2018 came to an end following their 8-1 defeat to China in the closing match of group stage. In the encounter that took place at the Amman International Stadium on Tuesday, April 12, the Nashmiyat put a brilliant performance in the first period, in which it ended
Jordan Women’s National Team hopes of reaching the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019 came to an end, after suffering a 6-1 defeat to Thailand in the second round of AFC Women’s Asian Cup group stage. In the match that was held at the King Abdullah II Stadium, Thailand was able to score early in the
Jordan Women’s National Team campaign at the AFC Women’s Asian Cup started with a bitter 2-1 defeat to the Philippines. The encounter which took place on Friday, April 6, at the Amman International Stadium, saw Jordan take the lead through Maysa Jbarah’s opener in the 15th minute, bringing the first half to an end. In
Jordan Women’s National Team takes on the Philippines in the opening match of the AFC Women’s Asian Cup 2018 and World Cup qualification, which kicks off on Friday, April 6, at the Amman International Stadium. The team lead by head coach Michael Dickey targets World Cup’s first birth from the Asian Finals, when they play