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Group 1
PosLPClubPWDLGFGAGDPts
1-1Toofan Harirod22004226
21Simorgh Alborz11014133
31Mawjhai Amu101134-11
41De Maiwand Atalan101115-41
Group 2
PosLPClubPWDLGFGAGDPts
1-1Shaheen Asmayee22003126
21De Spinghar Bazan21015323
31Oqaban Hindukosh100215-40
30De Abasin Sape11015503
Date/TimeTeam1ResultsTeam2Stadium
20 Sep, 2019 17:30Shaheen Asmayee0 – 1Toofan HarirodAFF Stadium
20 Aug, 2019 17:30Toofan Harirod1 – 0Simorgh AlborzAFF Stadium
21 Aug, 2019 17:30Shaheen Asmayee1 – 0Oqaban HindukoshAFF Stadium
22 Aug, 2019 17:30De Maiwand Atalan1 – 1Mawjhai AmuAFF Stadium
23 Aug, 2019 17:30De Abasin Sape1 – 4De Spinghar BazanAFF Stadium
28 Aug, 2019 17:30Toofan Harirod3 – 2Mawjhai AmuAFF Stadium
29 Aug, 2019 17:30Shaheen Asmayee2 – 1De Spinghar BazanAFF Stadium
30 Aug, 2019 17:30De Maiwand Atalan0 – 4Simorgh AlborzAFF Stadium
4 Sep, 2019 17:30De Abasin Sape1 – 4Oqaban HindukoshAFF Stadium
5 Sep, 2019 17:30Toofan Harirod4 – 1De Maiwand AtalanAFF Stadium
6 Sep, 2019 17:30Shaheen Asmayee3 – 0De Abasin SapeAFF Stadium
8 Sep, 2019 17:30Mawjhai Amu0 – 1Simorgh AlborzAFF Stadium
9 Sep, 2019 17:30De Spinghar Bazan2 – 0Oqaban HindukoshAFF Stadium
12 Sep, 2019 17:30De Spinghar Bazan0 – 2Toofan HarirodAFF Stadium
13 Sep, 2019 17:30Simorgh Alborz0 – 5Shaheen AsmayeeAFF Stadium

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President of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, Muhammad Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai, invited the Football officials along with the Champion, Toofan Harirod and Runner-up, Shaheen Asmayee teams of APL season 8 on 21st September 2019. 

Once again, attracting the attention of millions of Afghans throughout the country and worldwide, the APL 2019 concurred with an exponential rise in participation with the exciting matches conducted in the evening, under the floodlights.

The quadruple women’s football tournament started once again after a 3-years gap on September 14, 2019, alongside APL season 8. Provincial women’s football teams from Kabul, Herat, Balkh and Bamyan provinces participated in the tournament.

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About the team

Shaheen Asmayee represents Kabul, the nation’s capital and cultural-economic center of Afghanistan with over 5 million inhabitants. The team is believed to be one of the well-recognized teams of the country.

Shaheen means falcon, an elegance bird with the ability to fly fast with great aerial agility to capture any prey. The second part, “Asmayee” refers to the majestic Asmayee Mountains that dominate the skyline of the capital, Kabul. The team hopes to emulate the speed, agility, and grace of their mascot.

Looking back to Afghan Premier League (APL) history, Shaheen Asmayee stands with pride and a long-prominent legacy. 

The 2016 APL draw put the team in Group “A” where they were able to secure 6 points in the group stage. The team blazed its way to semi-finals for the fourth year in a row. Shaheen successfully advanced to 2016 APL final triumphing over Simorgh Alborz with aggregate score of 10-3 in the semi-finals. Later, the two-¬time champions were determined to continue their winning streak playing against De Maiwand Atalan in the 2016 APL final during which Shaheen cruised to a 2-1 victory over its opponent.  

This is the third time Shaheen Asmayee etched its name on the APL championship cup. 

league position

Year Pos P W L D GF GA GD Pts
2019 1 2 2 0 0 3 1 2 6
2018 1 5 4 1 0 7 2 5 12
2017 1 6 5 1 0 15 11 4 15
2016 1 6 4 2 0 18 7 11 12
2015 3 1 0 1 0 1 3 -9 0
2014 1 6 4 1 1 17 8 2 13
2013 2 2 2 0 1 4 1 3 7
2012 3 3 1 2 0 4 4 0 3