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In the West Asian Junior Women Championship in Football ... a Syrian national team faces its Jordanian counterpart

2019-12-12T09:58:57.314Z

Amman-SANA, the Syrian Asian Women's Football Team starts the West Asian Championship with its Jordanian counterpart today



Amman-Sana

The Syrian youth soccer team starts the West Asian Championship by meeting its Jordanian counterpart today at 6:00 pm at the Polo Stadium in the Jordanian capital, Amman.

The championship competitions will continue until the sixteenth of this month, with the participation of four teams, Palestine, Lebanon and Syria, as well as the team of the host country, Jordan. Our team will meet its Palestinian counterpart next Saturday at three in the afternoon and Lebanon on Monday at the same time. Competitions will be played in the league system from one stage and achieve the title The team with the most points during the three rounds.

In a statement to SANA, the coach of the national team, Salim Jablawi, explained that the tournament is a "complementary stage" in building the team and its repercussions on the future will be good because that will allow the players to enter in a competitive atmosphere with players of "a higher level than them" in other teams and will also positively affect the league in Syria .

The team's list includes players Raneem Abu Latif, Shahd Abu Ras, Lujain Haidar, Raneem Maarouf, Julie Al-Jaramani, Larissa Nader, Rawa'a Ghareeb, Reem Al-Amaturi, Dahi Zangarli, Lauren Hamed, Sham Jamal, Rania Al-Hallah, Sidra Khazaran, Sidra Khaizran, Aheen Muhammad, Mayar Alloush, Lava Othman, Maya Samir, Barin Aso, Bayan Al-Mobayed and Aya Muhammad and Tala Noureddine and Shatha Arabi.

Source: sena

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