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2012 SAFF Women's Championship

2012 SAFF Women's Championship
Tournament details
Host country Sri Lanka
Dates 7 - 16 September, 2012
Teams (from 1 confederation)
Venue(s) (in 1 host city)
Final positions
Champions  India (2nd title)
Runners-up    Nepal
Tournament statistics
Matches played 15
Goals scored 75 (5 per match)
Top scorer(s) Jamuna Gurung (8 goals)
Best player Kamala Devi Yumnam

The 2012 SAFF Women's Championship is the second SAFF Women's Championship since the first one in 2010. The competition is contested by the eight South Asian women football teams. India defended their 2010 title by defeating Nepal 3–1 in the final.[1][2]

Venue

All matches were played at the CR & FC Grounds in Colombo. The stadium has a capacity of 555 seats.

Teams

Teams are:
Country AFC Women's rank FIFA Women's rank
 India 11 52
 Afghanistan 35 128
 Bangladesh 23 115
 Bhutan 33 128
 Maldives 24 116
   Nepal 30 128
 Pakistan 32 128
 Sri Lanka 31 128


Fixtures and results

Group A

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 India 3 3 0 0 19 0 +19 9
 Sri Lanka 3 2 0 1 6 6 0 6
 Bangladesh 3 1 0 2 2 5 -3 3
 Bhutan 3 0 0 3 0 16 -16 0
September 7, 2012
8:30 SLST
India  3 – 0  Bangladesh
Kamala Devi Yumnam Goal 64'
Oinam Bembem Devi Goal 76'
Alochona Senapati Goal 89'
Report
September 7, 2012
15:30 SLST
Bhutan  0 – 4  Sri Lanka
Report Nilushika Kumari Goal 4'
Erandi Kumudumala Goal 21'57'
Praveena Perera Goal 84'
September 9, 2012
8:30 SLST
India  5 – 0  Sri Lanka
Suprava Samal Goal 17'
Rinaroy Salam Goal 32'51'
Pinky Magar Goal 53'
Prameshowri Devi Goal 56'
Report
September 9, 2012
15:30 SLST
Bangladesh  1 – 0  Bhutan
Suinu Pru Goal 19' Report
September 11, 2012
8:30 SLST
Bhutan  0 – 11  India
Report Tuli Goon Goal 13'
Kamala Devi Goal 23'30'
Sasmita Malik Goal 27' (pen.)
Pinky Magar Goal 38'49'65'
Parmeshwori Devi Goal 42'64'
Montesori Chanu Goal 63'
Supriya Routray Goal 73'
September 11, 2012
15:30 SLST
Bangladesh  1 – 2  Sri Lanka
Aungmraching Marma Goal 75' Report Hasara Dilrangi Goal 83'
Achala Chitrani Goal 86'

Group B

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
   Nepal 3 3 0 0 20 1 +19 9
 Afghanistan 3 1 1 1 6 8 -2 4
 Pakistan 3 1 0 2 3 12 -9 3
 Maldives 3 0 1 2 1 9 -8 1
September 8, 2012
8:30 SLST
Nepal    8 – 0  Pakistan
Jamuna Gurung Goal 9'32'34'44'
Pramila Rai Goal 16'
Sajana Rana Goal 42'
Anu Lama Goal 51'
Dipa Adhikari Goal 72'
Report
September 8, 2012
15:30 SLST
Maldives  1 – 1  Afghanistan
Fathimath Afza Goal 30' Report Diba NaweedGoal 2'
September 10, 2012
8:30 SLST
Nepal    5 – 0  Maldives
Dipa Adhikari Goal 19'
Anu Lama Goal 35'
Jamuna Gurung Goal 59'88'90+1'
Report
September 10, 2012
15:30 SLST
Pakistan  0 – 4  Afghanistan
Report Shabnam Rohin Goal 8'23'
Hailai Arghandiwal Goal 51'
Marjan Haydaree Goal 89'
September 12, 2012
8:30 SLST
Nepal    7 - 1  Afghanistan
Niru Thapa Goal 5'45+2'
Jamuna Gurung Goal 19'
Sajana Rana Goal 47'72'
Anu Lama Goal 69'89'
Report Marjan Haydaree Goal 42'
September 12, 2012
15:30 SLST
Maldives  0 - 3  Pakistan
Report Hajra Khan Goal 12'85'
Malika Noor Goal 69'

Semi finals

September 14, 2012
8:30 SLST
India  11 – 0  Afghanistan
Kamala Devi Goal 5'57'90'
Parmeshwori Devi Goal 31'
Bembem Devi Goal 40'61'70'
Sasmita Malik Goal 43'78'
Romi Devi Goal 59'
Pinky Magar Goal 81'
Report


September 14, 2012
15:30 SLST
Nepal    3 – 0  Sri Lanka
Anu Lama Goal 48'
Dipa Adhikari Goal 76'
Laxmi Poudel Goal 90+3' (pen.)
Report

Final

September 16, 2012
India  3 – 1    Nepal
Supriya Routray Goal 8'
Bembem Devi Goal 66'
Kamala Devi Goal 83'
Report Dipa Adhikari Goal 3'

Goalscorers

8 goals
7 goals
5 goals
4 goals
  • Dipa Adhikari
  • Prameshowri Devi
3 goals
2 goals
1 goals


References

  1. ^ "Indian Football: India Beat Nepal And Clinch 2012 SAFF Women’s Championship". xtratime.in. 
  2. ^ "Breaking news: India wins the SAFF Women's Championship". sportskeeda.com. 16 September 2012. Retrieved 22 January 2014. 

External links

  • Details at Goalnepal.com
  • Details at the-aiff.com
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