Asian C License Coaching Course Kicks Off for Afghan Women

February 20, 2017

Afghanistan Football Federation organized Asian C license coaching course for Afghan women in Kabul. 24 coaches from 5 provinces attend the course, and Nader Arabi, Asian Football Confederation’s instructor, trains them. The AFF’s officials participated in the openning ceremony of the coaching course. 
We have put lots of efforts until we could arrange the course in Kabul, and we are happy that the AFC has approved the course. What I want to tell you is that learn from the course so that you serve women of your respective provinces, Mohammad Yousuf Kargar, the AFF vice-president, said in the openning ceremony.
Likewise, Mr. Arabi, instructor of the course said, “I am very happy that I could travel to Afghanistan for the second time. I have good memories from the last course I handled in Afghanistan. I agreed with AFC to handle the course, I am glad that I could make it to Kabul for the second time and teach something to coaches of our friend country, Afghanistan.”
The course lasts for 13 days, and the participant coaches can receive their coaching certificates from AFC after they pass the test.

About Afghanistan Football Federation

Formed in 1933 and affiliated to FIFA since 1948, the Afghanistan Football Federation was one of the founding members of Asian Football Confederation in 1954.