PAKISTAN VS SAUDI ARABIA

June,06,2024

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World Cup 2026 Qualifiers

Prepare for an electrifying football showdown! On June 6th, 2024, all eyes will be on the thrilling clash as Pakistan faces off against Saudi Arabia in the FIFA World Qualifiers Round 2. The excitement is palpable as this showdown promises to be an unforgettable match.

 

This event goes beyond the pitch – as it symbolizes unity, identity, and pride for our nation. It’s not just about securing a spot on the global stage; it’s about using football as a unifying force and rekindling the passion of football enthusiasts across Pakistan. We are committed to creating a one-of-a-kind fan experience that transcends goals and glory.

 

Our mission extends beyond winning the match; it’s about enhancing Pakistan’s international image through close collaboration with the government. We aim to proudly showcase Pakistan’s rich cultural heritage and values to the world.

 

Join us in making history and showing unwavering support for our nation as we embark on this exhilarating journey. We’re not only playing for victory but also to elevate our country’s global standing. Together, let’s make history again!

SCHEDULE AND RESULTS

World Cup Qualifiers 12-10-2023

Cambodia

DRAW

Pakistan

Clock

17:00

Map

National Olympic Stadium, Cambodia

World Cup Qualifiers 17-10-2023

Pakistan

1-0

Cambodia

Clock

14:00

Map

Jinnah Stadium, Islamabad

World Cup Qualifiers 16-11-2023

Saudi Arabia

4-0

Pakistan

Clock

21:30

Map

Abdullah Al Dabil Stadium, Saudia

World Cup Qualifiers 21-11-2023

Pakistan

1-6

Tajikistan

Clock

14:00

Map

Jinnah Stadium, Islamabad

World Cup Qualifiers 21-3-2024

Pakistan

0-3

Jordan

Clock

14:00

Map

Jinnah Sports Stadium, Islamabad

World Cup Qualifiers 26-3-2024

Jordan

7-0

Pakistan

Clock

TBD

Map

Amman, Jordan

World Cup Qualifiers 6-6-2024

Pakistan

TBD

Saudi Arabia

Clock

08:30

Map

Jinnah Stadium, Islamabad

World Cup Qualifiers 11-6-2024

Tajikistan

TBD

Pakistan

Clock

TBD

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Tajikistan

SCHEDULE AND RESULTS

COMPETITIONS

Where Champions Rise and Football Fever Thrives: Explore Our Ongoing Football Competitions!

APDC 2023

The All-Pakistan District Championships (APDC) serves as a district-level competition involving clubs and academies from across Pakistan. Its primary objective is to ensure that football clubs fulfill their constitutional obligation to participate in football-related activities through official championships and leagues actively.

 

This year, the Pakistan Football Federation (PFF) has adopted an innovative approach, which includes organizing official matches and mandating physical evaluations of participating clubs before their matches. In Karachi, a dedicated Match Center has been established, overseen by a core command team from the PFC, responsible for coordinating championship matches simultaneously in various districts on the same day. This approach aligns with the PFF’s core principles of inclusivity by engaging impartial Match and Scrutiny Officials and involving local football communities and representatives. Additionally, a PFC Representative is present on-site to assist clubs in registering their players and officials, ensuring their player records are maintained in the PFC database.

 

The success of this method in the APDC has paved the way for its implementation in all future tournaments and leagues.

NATIONAL FUTSAL CUP

Pakistan Football Federation has kicked off with its futsal activity with First Futsal National Cup.This is a significant development for the country’s futsal scene and will provide a great platform for young talent to showcase their skills. Futsal National Cup is to be completed in 5 phases at five different venues across the country. We are already done with Phase 1 and Phase 2 of the competition. Phase 1 was played in Lahore where teams from all over Punjab took part. 24 teams in Men’s Category and 5 teams in Women Category took part in this event. SA Gardens Football Club managed to win the champions title while Lahore Athletics stood as Runners Up in the Men’s addition. Team MRF proved to be an unstoppable force in Women’s category and won the title while TWK won the silver medal. Phase 2 of the competition was held in Quetta from 13th June till 18th June 2023. Teams from all over Balochistan took part in this edition. Hazara Quetta Football Academy dominated the event as they were the clear winners in both men and women category. Great Hazara came second in men’s category and Hazara Club were runner’s up in women’s category. Phase 3 of the event will be played in Islamabad where teams from Islamabad, Rawalpindi and Kashmir will face-off each other to win the title. Phase 4 is set to be played in Peshawar where teams from all over KPK will take part and the final Phase of the event will be played in Karachi where teams from all over Sindh will play. Top teams from each center will qualify for the Futsal National Championship that is set to be played later this year. The PFF is committed to promoting futsal in Pakistan and creating opportunities for players to compete at the highest level. We believe that the Futsal National Cup will be great starting point for this initiative, and we look forward to seeing the best futsal talent that Pakistan has to offer.

NATIONAL CHALLENGE CUP

National Challenge Cup for Departments, a premier sporting event that celebrates the talent and competitive spirit within Pakistan’s various government and private departments. Designed to foster camaraderie and healthy competition, this prestigious tournament brings together departmental teams from across the nation to showcase their skills and vie for the coveted title. With a rich history and tradition, the National Challenge Cup for Departments serves as a platform for departments to not only display their athletic prowess but also strengthen bonds, promote teamwork, and instill a sense of pride and unity among participants.

SAFF GAMES

The South Asian Football Federation (SAFF) Games provide a platform for Pakistan’s women’s and men’s national teams to demonstrate their football prowess on a regional stage. Representing the country with passion and determination, these talented athletes come together to compete against their South Asian counterparts, showcasing their skills and determination to bring glory to Pakistan. Men’s Senior Category: This category involves senior national teams, consisting of players who are 23 years old or above. It showcases the top-level talent from each participating nation and serves as a platform for intense competition among senior footballers. Women’s Senior Category: Similar to the men’s senior category, the SAFF Games also feature women’s senior national teams. It provides an opportunity for female players who are 23 years old or above to compete against each other, promoting women’s football and the development of the sport in the region. Men’s U-23 Category: This category focuses on the under-23 age group, allowing young talents to display their skills on an international stage. The U-23 category serves as a stepping stone for emerging players who are on the cusp of breaking into their respective senior national teams. Women’s U-23 Category: Just like the men’s U-23 category, the SAFF Games also include a women’s U-23 category. This age group provides a platform for young female players to gain valuable tournament experience and further their development in the sport. It’s important to note that the specific age groupings and categories may vary slightly between different editions of the SAFF Games, as the tournament organizers may make adjustments to align with international football regulations and the developmental needs of the participating nations.

COMPETITIONS

Where Champions Rise and Football Fever Thrives: Explore Our Ongoing Football Competitions!

APDC 2023

The All-Pakistan District Championships (APDC) serves as a district-level competition involving clubs and academies from across Pakistan. Its primary objective is to ensure that football clubs fulfill their constitutional obligation to participate in football-related activities through official championships and leagues actively.

 

This year, the Pakistan Football Federation (PFF) has adopted an innovative approach, which includes organizing official matches and mandating physical evaluations of participating clubs before their matches. In Karachi, a dedicated Match Center has been established, overseen by a core command team from the PFC, responsible for coordinating championship matches simultaneously in various districts on the same day. This approach aligns with the PFF’s core principles of inclusivity by engaging impartial Match and Scrutiny Officials and involving local football communities and representatives. Additionally, a PFC Representative is present on-site to assist clubs in registering their players and officials, ensuring their player records are maintained in the PFC database.

 

The success of this method in the APDC has paved the way for its implementation in all future tournaments and leagues.

NATIONAL FUTSAL CUP

Pakistan Football Federation has kicked off with its futsal activity with First Futsal National Cup.This is a significant development for the country’s futsal scene and will provide a great platform for young talent to showcase their skills. Futsal National Cup is to be completed in 5 phases at five different venues across the country. We are already done with Phase 1 and Phase 2 of the competition. Phase 1 was played in Lahore where teams from all over Punjab took part. 24 teams in Men’s Category and 5 teams in Women Category took part in this event. SA Gardens Football Club managed to win the champions title while Lahore Athletics stood as Runners Up in the Men’s addition. Team MRF proved to be an unstoppable force in Women’s category and won the title while TWK won the silver medal. Phase 2 of the competition was held in Quetta from 13th June till 18th June 2023. Teams from all over Balochistan took part in this edition. Hazara Quetta Football Academy dominated the event as they were the clear winners in both men and women category. Great Hazara came second in men’s category and Hazara Club were runner’s up in women’s category. Phase 3 of the event will be played in Islamabad where teams from Islamabad, Rawalpindi and Kashmir will face-off each other to win the title. Phase 4 is set to be played in Peshawar where teams from all over KPK will take part and the final Phase of the event will be played in Karachi where teams from all over Sindh will play. Top teams from each center will qualify for the Futsal National Championship that is set to be played later this year. The PFF is committed to promoting futsal in Pakistan and creating opportunities for players to compete at the highest level. We believe that the Futsal National Cup will be great starting point for this initiative, and we look forward to seeing the best futsal talent that Pakistan has to offer.

NATIONAL CHALLENGE CUP

National Challenge Cup for Departments, a premier sporting event that celebrates the talent and competitive spirit within Pakistan’s various government and private departments. Designed to foster camaraderie and healthy competition, this prestigious tournament brings together departmental teams from across the nation to showcase their skills and vie for the coveted title. With a rich history and tradition, the National Challenge Cup for Departments serves as a platform for departments to not only display their athletic prowess but also strengthen bonds, promote teamwork, and instill a sense of pride and unity among participants.

SAFF GAMES

The South Asian Football Federation (SAFF) Games provide a platform for Pakistan’s women’s and men’s national teams to demonstrate their football prowess on a regional stage. Representing the country with passion and determination, these talented athletes come together to compete against their South Asian counterparts, showcasing their skills and determination to bring glory to Pakistan. Men’s Senior Category: This category involves senior national teams, consisting of players who are 23 years old or above. It showcases the top-level talent from each participating nation and serves as a platform for intense competition among senior footballers. Women’s Senior Category: Similar to the men’s senior category, the SAFF Games also feature women’s senior national teams. It provides an opportunity for female players who are 23 years old or above to compete against each other, promoting women’s football and the development of the sport in the region. Men’s U-23 Category: This category focuses on the under-23 age group, allowing young talents to display their skills on an international stage. The U-23 category serves as a stepping stone for emerging players who are on the cusp of breaking into their respective senior national teams. Women’s U-23 Category: Just like the men’s U-23 category, the SAFF Games also include a women’s U-23 category. This age group provides a platform for young female players to gain valuable tournament experience and further their development in the sport. It’s important to note that the specific age groupings and categories may vary slightly between different editions of the SAFF Games, as the tournament organizers may make adjustments to align with international football regulations and the developmental needs of the participating nations.

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DISCOVER THE HISTORY OF PFF

The Pakistan Football Federation was created on 5 December 1947, after the independence from Great Britain. Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah, Pakistan’s first leader, became PFF’s Patron-in- Chief, and in 1948, PFF became affiliated with FIFA. It is also one of the founding members of the Asian Football Confederation when it was established in 1954 and became a SAFF affiliate in 1997.

THE EARLY YEARS

The first national championship in Pakistan was organized in 1948 at Karachi. Whereas Pakistan Football Team made its international debut on a tour to Iran and Iraq in October 1950. Pakistan Football Team’s next international …

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1960-79

SIn the early 1960s Pakistan Football Team played and won against teams such as Thailand, Japan and Burma. In 1965 Pakistan played in the first RDC Cup and finished third. In 1967, Pakistan played a …

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1980s

In the King’s Cup in 1982, Pakistan secured a goalless draw against Indonesia, the team’s first clean sheet since 1962. After a loss to Thailand, they gained a 3–2 victory versus Malaysia …

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1990s

Pakistan had another early exit in the Asian Games, losing all three games in 1990. In the 1991 South Asian Games, Pakistan beat the Maldives in the final 2–0 to win their …

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2000s

2004 saw changes in Pakistan football, with a new administration in place by this time and a new national league up and running. A victory against India in a three-match series, the final match ending 3–0 …

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