AS FAR is one of eight teams that will participate in the inaugural CAF Women’s League competition, scheduled for Egypt in November 2021, the African Football Confederation (CAF) announced.
In addition to the Moroccan training, the women’s LDC will see the participation of Wadi Degla FC (Egypt), AS Mande (Mali), Hasaacas Ladies FC (Ghana), Rivers Angels (Nigeria), Mamelodi Sundowns (South Africa) ), Vihiga Queens FC (Kenya) and Malabo King FC (Equatorial Guinea). The eight confirmed teams will be split into two groups. The 1st and 2nd of each pool will advance to the semi-final.
Its first victory dates back to 2009, when the team, together with its coach at the time, the late Touria Zriouel, rose to the national first division.
Later, in 2012, the team, which still does not lack will and seems more and more determined to move forward, won the title of champion of Morocco for two successive seasons from 2012 to 2014, this time- here with trainer Khalid Gurichat.
If the players of the capital are satisfied with the price of vice-champion for the season 2014/2015, they are not long in repositioning themselves as champion of Morocco in 2015, to finally grab the title for 3 seasons making the pride of their coach Abdallah Haimadou, and continue to accumulate victories to this day.
But that’s not all, when it comes to the cups, the AS FAR women’s football team also has a say. Indeed, she won the Throne Cup for all eight seasons from 2013 to 2019, not to mention the Morocco-United Arab Emirates Friendship Cup in 2016.