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Chitral Ladies Sports activities Membership (CWSC) 35 girls footballers from far Chitral to Islamabad. Photograph Courtesy: CWSC
  • Chitral Ladies Sports activities Membership (CWSC) has taken 35 girls footballers from Chitral to Islamabad for coaching
  • The camp is the results of efforts by CWSC’s founder Karishma Ali, who has been globally acclaimed for her efforts to vary dynamics for ladies footballers
  • Ali mentioned that the entire programme is funded by the membership which she based two years again

KARACHI: In a bid to be on prime of their sport, 35 girls footballers from Chitral, a distant space in Northern Pakistan, have travelled to Islamabad for a soccer camp organised by the Chitral Ladies Sports activities Membership (CWSC).

The camp is the results of efforts by CWSC’s founder, Footballer Karishma Ali, who has been globally acclaimed for her efforts to vary the destiny of women in her village by her contributions to sports activities.

Twenty-three-year-old Karishma instructed Geo Information that the concept behind bringing these ladies to Islamabad from Chitral is to present them the chance to study the assorted features of the sport underneath the steerage {of professional} coaches and expose themselves to a productive surroundings.

Photograph Courtesy: Karishma Ali / Chitral Ladies Sports activities Membership

“We have two coaches, Jose Alonso from Spain and Waleed Javed, who is FA level 1 and AFC C license coach. They will be training these girls for the next seven days,” she mentioned.

Ali mentioned that the whole programme is funded by the membership which she based two years again.

Photograph Courtesy: Karishma Ali / Chitral Ladies Sports activities Membership

“Chitral Women Sports Club has been organising various sports events since 2018, as we wanted to bring girls out of Chitral to learn and experience a new environment.”

“We are here for seven days and everything for these girls is being taken care of. We will not only learn football but also the professional aspects of an athlete’s life,” she revealed.

Photograph Courtesy: Karishma Ali / Chitral Ladies Sports activities Membership

In response to Karishma, the contributors are aged 8 to 16, including that they normally begin their day by watching movies of worldwide girls’s soccer matches between prime groups.

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“I believe that you also learn by watching top teams play. So, we start our sessions with watching a football game on TV so that the players can take inspiration from top women footballers,” she mentioned.

Photograph Courtesy: Karishma Ali / Chitral Ladies Sports activities Membership

“These girls are from remote areas and most of them had never seen women footballers play international games, so watching these videos encourages and motivates them to start thinking about playing for Pakistan,” Karishma added.

Karishma feels that there’s additionally a necessity to vary the idea of being an athlete and expressed her need for sportspersons to be handled with respect so that individuals might be inspired to choose sports activities as a full-time occupation.

“Here at the camp, we are trying to provide these girls an environment where they can feel like elite athletes; it is to make them feel that they are important,” she concluded.

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