Women Football



Establish women’s Football as the most successful Sports in Bhutan


  • Reach the Semi-finals of the SAG and SAFF competition in year 2024
  • Raise the standard of the Women football in numbers by the year 2022


Mr. Birendra chimoria
Head of Women Football
Mob# (975)-16913851
Email: Chullumaster123@gmail.com


Best of Women's Football in Bhutan

Football was never felt in the heart of women in Bhutan then as they felt it was a male game. It was just enjoyed by a few girls in school as a competition. The level not the issue but just to increase the number itself was so difficult. 

The attention was gained when the TV was allowed in Bhutan and the girls saw females playing around the globe. The girls in schools got motivated and started to mix and play with boys. The trend changed and the female teams started to participate in the SAFF and SAG games. The recent promotion through social media, newspapers and the TV channels increased the viewers where the media department has been involved so proactively for the change over the fan base.  Today the female teams have almost reached the males level, as they equally participate in almost all the levels and the results are equally good. Bhutan has a small pool of choices but the dedication and determination has been very high.

Women’s National Team

U18  |   U16

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Gelephu Women Academy

The golden year was 2015 for the Women’s football in Bhutan.It is located 270 km away from the head office Thimphu. It holds the boarding facilities for the selected girls for 3 different age categories. It has all the facilities to keep the players safe and focus in their training.

The golden year was 2015 for the Women’s football in Bhutan.


It use to be hard to train during summer at the academy as it is located in the sub-tropical zone but of late it has the best artificial turf, mini-pitch and a natural ground which will be ready within few months.

Under the FIFA goal Project the women academy feeds players to the national team and the clubs broadening the pool of players.


– Senior national team
– Under 18
– Under 15
– Under 13


– Women district league (10 districts)
– Girls under 15 and under 18 districts leagues (7 districts)
– Women’s national championship (10 teams)


– Under 10 and 12 – Grassroots Festivals
– Under 15 – intra competitions ( Districts level )


– Under 13- scouting camp
– Under 15- selection
– Under 18- open selection

Women Football News

Latest Blog


UAWFC wins with lone goal

A lone goal in the second half from Ugyen Academy Women’s FC forward Tshering Yangden gave the visitors a very hard win against Paro Women’s FC at Woochu Sports Arena today. The first half saw Paro Women’s FC facing a lot from pressure from Ugyen Academy Women’s FC as they were threatened early since 10...

Taktshang WFC humbled 0-21

Taktshang Women FC faced a crushing defeat against Sunrise Women FC in their own backyard, Woochu Sports Arena today. Sunrise had already put the game to bed in first few minutes of match commencement and left the new team from Paro stunned as they netted 21 goals by the full time. The first half saw...

Mandala grabs their first 3 points

Mandala FC begins their journey of Kelme-Bhutan Women’s League 2021 with a very comfortable win against their first opponent of the league, Yangchenphug Women’s FC. Mandala forward Sherub Wangmo opened the floodgate at 8 minutes and 2 minutes after, Ngawang Choki doubled it with ease. In the 18th minute Ngawang Choki yet again found the...

Kelmi Bhutan Women’s League 2021 (Round 1 Fixture)

Kelmi Bhutan Women’s League 2021 is due to kick off on 9th of October. The league will have 6 teams, 3 from Thimphu, Sunrise Women’s FC, Yangchenphug Women’s FC and Madala FC, 2 from Paro, Paro Women’s FC and Taktsang Women’s FC and 1 from Punakha, Ugyen Academy Women’s FC. It is the first time...

C Certificate Coaching

Bhutan football federation C Certificate Coaching course comes to an end yesterday at Ugyen Academy Punakha.

BFF C Certificate Coaching Course

Bhutan Football Federation started  BFF C Certificate Coaching Course. A total of 24 female is taking part in this course.
Why Girls should play football

Why Girls should play football?

Playing organized sports can help girls do better off the field as well as on. Find out how. The Bhutan football has discovered that sports offer some extra benefits for girls in addition to having fun and getting fit.
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Fifa International Friendly Match

The Bhutan football federation had proposed for the under 17 FIFA International friendly matches with Meghalaya FA and Assam FA with approval from the AIFF (All India Football Federation).