KASKI:- Matches under the Martyrs’ Memorial ‘A Division Football League’, are being conducted in Pokhara. This is the first time in the history of the national football league that any match is being held outside the capital.first time since the beginning of the Martyrs’ Memorial League in Nepal in 2011 BS, Mofasal has got the opportunity to organize a league.
Some 67 years since the league started, Pokhara is to host the league after Manang Marsyangdi Club made Pokhara Stadium its ‘home ground’. Three matches involving MMC will be played here.
According to All Nepal Football Association (ANFA), Manang Marshyangdi will play against Nepal Police Club at Pokhara Stadium in the fifth round of the league on December 18. Similarly, Manang is scheduled to play against Brigade Boys Club on December 26 and Chyasal Youth Club on December 29.
The Kathmandu-based league has come out of the capital this year, said league director Sanjeev Mishra, The ANFA is planning to take the National League to the major stadiums of the country in the coming days.
Bijay Ghale, vice-president of Manang Marshyangdi Club and central member of ANFA, said that they supported ANFA’s plan to take the league games outside Kathmandu. He said that the club priority is Pokhara as there are more supporters of the club here.
ANFA Central Vice President Upendraman Singh said that the games to be held in Pokhara was a golden opportunity for the football fans and added that the event would also help in the promotion of sports tourism.
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