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Walia’s to see-off Kenya in a return leg match

The Ethiopian national team, Walia’s played out a draw against the Kenyan side Harambe Stars on Wednesday in Bahir Dar stadium. However, the result was a disappointing one for the host nation which ended up dominating the game but could find the net. The Walia’s will face Harambe Stars in the fourth round AFCON qualifier match in October 14, 2018 in Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarni for the return Leg.

Former national team coach passes away

The former national team Coach, Seyom Abate has passed away on Thursday, October 9, 2018. Coach Seyom was in a hospital for a long time receiving treatment for a cardiac, Lung infection and other relative health issues. He was in Thailand for additional medical treatments.

Great Ethiopian Run, Children’s’ race to take place next month

The 2018 Plan International Children’s race and ‘RUNNING FOR A CAUSE’ official charity campaign for the 2018 TOTAL Great Ethiopian Run was launched on Thursday October 4, 2018, in Hilton hotel. Over 3500 children aged U-11 in both sexes will be expected to take part in the race on Saturday, November 17, 2018.

Eight teams to compete in Addis Ababa City Cup

The 13th edition of the Addis Ababa City Cup is set to start with the opening match between Defense FC and Electric on Saturday, October 6, 2018, in Addis Ababa stadium.  Three of the city-based teams, four regional and one from abroad are grouped to faceoff in the national stadium in the coming weeks.

Walias to take on Harmabee Stars in Bahir Dar

The Ethiopian national team a.k.a. the Walias will host the Kenyan national team on the third round of the 2019 AFCON qualifier match on October 10, 2018 in Bahir Dar stadium. Both teams having announced their final squad weeks ago, newly appointed Coach Abraham Mibrahtu has named 26 players and has commenced preparations weeks ago in Bahir Dar.

Ethiopia to take part in youth Olympic Games

With the youth Olympic Games set to start in Argentina on the 6th of October 2018 and ending on the 18th; the Ethiopian youth Olympic team is to take part in the competition and has commenced its preparations in Addis Ababa stadium last week.

Best player of Year: Senait Bogale

While it is common for Ethiopian boys to play on the streets or in the open fields in the neighborhoods and eventually progress to club levels, it was a rear opportunity for girls like Seniat Bogale to play with her childhood friends.