Algeria sees the birth of the first professional women’s football club in its history

Foot – We reveal to you, in this new issue of Dzair Daily, the first women’s football team that has been able to professionalize in Algeria. So don’t move if you’re curious!

Football is the most popular sport in our country. A craze that does not concern women’s football in Algeria. But things could change in the days to come. And for good reason, the first Algerian women’s club was recently awarded the professional license for women’s football which was issued by the African Confederation of the discipline. This is what the website reportsAlgeria Press Service (APS) in yesterday’s edition.

But then, which team is it? In fact, it is the club of Affak Relizane which had this honor. Knowing that it is about the best women’s football team in Algeria with two (02) league titles. With this license, the club founded in 1995 is one of the 33 African clubs having benefited from this same privilege. This is also what we could learn from the aforementioned source.

Affak Relizane combines failures

Indeed, the warriors of Sid Ahmed Mouaz have not really assured in the last matches they have played. This led to their elimination from the North African qualifying tournament for the African Champions League. As a reminder, this took place in Morocco a few weeks ago.

In detail, the Algerians lost to the Tunisians of Banque de l’Iskane with a score of 3 – 1. To fail again against the Egyptians of Oued Dejla who beat them by scoring two (02) goals clean.

As for the reasons for these two (02) consecutive poor performances, the coach of Affak Relizane declared that several players were not in a state that allowed them to shine. And for good reason, seven (07) footballers have tested positive for coronavirus, leaving Sid Ahmed Mouaz in the lurch. This is reported by the same source.

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