Sham Basil Jamal, a football player in the As-Suwayda Workers Club and the national team, is one of the most promising talents after she drew attention to her technical level that qualifies her to reach advanced stages in this game, which has begun to expand its practice among females in recent years.
Sham 15 years old, during which she spoke to a Sana sports representative, she mentioned that her love for the game accompanied her since she was young, but it did not occur to her that she would become a player in this sport as she used to play basketball influenced by her mother, her aunt and her cousins until the coach, Wissam Dewara, discovered her talent about three years ago and encouraged her to practice football Which she became adored and attached to in various details of her daily life.
And Sham's first invitation to the team after a very short period of entering the football field was an incentive for it to continue training and work to develop its level, participate in the ranks of the national team and win with its colleagues the third place in the West Asian Junior Championship last year, led by coach Salim Jablawi.
With her return to intensive training after an interruption as a result of the Corona virus during the last period, Sham hopes that female football in Syria will continue and develop for the better, revealing its ambitions for external professionalism and representing Syria in more tournaments in international forums and in the future heading towards the field of training in order to work to expand the base of practicing this game Among females.
According to the president of the Suwayda workers club and coach Wissam Dawara, Sham is distinguished by speed, skill and all the characteristics of the distinguished player and is the best right wing at the level of Syria, indicating that despite her young age, the club teams participated in all friendly tournaments and official leagues and represented the national junior team in the two West Asian championships in Dubai in 2018 and Jordan Last year, she played six international matches, and was invited to the national camp in preparation for the upcoming benefits.
According to Sham's father, his daughter loves sports since her childhood, as she practiced basketball and athletics before soccer, and she is encouraged to do so within her family, which provides her with the support and care she requires in line with the follow-up of her education, noting at the same time the efforts of the coach Rotary who discovered her as a soccer player and founded A team for As-Suwayda workers club, despite all the difficulties and poor financial resources.