The United States’ Women’s National Soccer Team is the world's top-ranked team and is even more popular than their men’s national team. Yet they had to fight for years to get paid equally as their male counterparts. Across the Atlantic, in its infancy state, the Bhutanese National Women’s Team will not only be paid a monthly salary but a salary on par with the Men's team as commanded by our gracious Druk Gyalpo. We, Bhutanese, are immensely blessed to be living under the wise and dynamic leadership of our Dharma king. Today, through the care of His Majesty and Bhutan Football Federation, 23 girls can follow their passion and help support their families, an achievement everyone aspires to. Thank you, Your Majesty. It is a great honour for the Dragon Girls to represent a nation guided by a selfless, visionary and benevolent leader.
The Online Technical Contest (OTC) will be a virtual competition for girls whereby they will have to send us their video clips to showcase their technical abilities with football. The competition is exclusively for girls/women to celebrate the AFC Women’s Football Day on 8th March 2022. This online contest aims to encourage more girls to play football and expand a community interest to participate in football to celebrate the day. The BFF continues our efforts to create a platform for talented girls to showcase their technical abilities on and off the field to promote and develop Women’s Football in the country.
Today, we know a lot about women’s football, a few years ago, people didn’t pay much attention to it. Pursuing something which is not conventional requires a lot of self-belief, perseverance, and the guts to never quit.
First ever BFF-AFC B Diploma coaching course comes to end today.The General secretary of Bhutan Football Federation Mr. Ugyen Wangchhuk graced the closing ceremony at Changjiji. A total of 28 participants took part in the course out of which seven were female coaches from district and clubs. Mr. Kinley Dorji […]
It is a vivid scenario that football is growing immensely in the country and to further enhance, Bhutan Football Federation conducts numerous skilling program such as Grassroots Coaching, Coach Education Courses and Referee Development Courses. The on-going Referee Development Course held at Thimphu had more than 150 applicants but only […]
The closing ceremony was graced by Mr. Rinzing Nangzay General Secretary of Football DSA Haa. A total of 24 participants took part in the course. The participants were Ex and current national players and BPL and district club players. The participants took two practical exams and one theory exam. The […]
Sunrise takes home the rolling trophy of Kelme-Bhutan Women’s National league 2021 defeating Ugyen Academy Women’s FC 1-2 in the final match of the league. The two title contenders has proved to be worthy of the cup eversince the first match as Sunrise remained as the only unbeaten team of […]
Ugyen Academy Women’s FC gets a very comfortable win against Taktshang Women’s FC 8-0 at Ugyen Academy ground today. Taktshang ends their tourney of Kelme-Bhutan Women’s League 2021 on the 5th position. UA girls one goal each from Tshering Yangden and Jamyang Choden in the first half. Tshering netted 5 […]
Sunrise WFC defeats Paro WFC 0-5 in their own backyard today. Paro officially ends their journey of Kelme-Bhutan Women’s National League 2021 on 4th position. The hosts played a very intense game against the table topper until the half but eventually gave in during the additional time before the break […]