Peshawar’s Tehmas Khan Stadium is good to go to have the Super8 phase of the Ufone Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Football Cup’s first Edition.
Eight groups have made it to the Super8 phase of the competition including Peshawar Combined FC, Aatish FC Tank, Bannu Red FC, DFA Green FC Kohat, Shah FC Charsadda, DFA FC Swabi, DFA FC Chitral and Pak Rose FC Haripur.
The trophy of the first version was disclosed at the Tehmas Khan Stadium. Commanders of the Super8 groups found the opportunity to get their hands on the trophy, vowing to win it through ability and difficult work.
Ufone likewise discharged the official song of devotion for the title at the occasion. The tune is titled ‘Ye Khail Hai Hamara, Ye Jeet Hai Hamari’ sung by Saif Ali Khan – a Peshawar based artist and a musician. The melody was made by Nazeef Maqsood and coordinated by Muhammad Furqan Ahmed, demonstrating Ufone’s duty to advancing nearby ability and displaying it broadly.
Prior on, the qualifiers were played in 21 urban areas. The city champions at that point played against one another in the ‘Eliminators’ to get to the Super8 organize. Effective groups at the city level will currently fight it out for a spot in the semi-finals. The semi-finals will be played on December 16, with the last booked for December 17.
The title expands on the achievement of the Ufone Balochistan Football competition, for which three versions have occurred from 2017 onwards. The most recent version was held in March 2019 where Afghan Chaman FC lifted the trophy as bosses of the competition.
The title gave 960 youthful footballers from 21 urban areas a stage to exhibit their aptitudes and show outstanding footballing ability. An all out number of 64 football clubs partook in the competition to get an opportunity to win the lofty trophy.
Ufone’s Brand Ambassadors and Baloch football stars Jadeed Khan Pathan and Riaz Ahmed took an interest in the competition and gave instructing and tutoring to the youthful footballers.