ANFA has shortlisted 40 players for the U-15 National Women's Team camp.
The U-15 Women's national team will compete in the SAFF U-15 Women's Championship from November 1 to 12.
Sixty-six players had gone through the central selection conducted at ANFA Complex in Satdobato.
Preliminary squad: Sabita Mandal (Rautahat), Barsha Oli (Kailali), Simran Rai (Jhapa), Amita Bhul (Kailali), Sanji Thing (Sarlahi), Jotsineeka Marasaini (Syangja), Siwangi Snehi (Kailali), Renu Limbu (Jhapa), Punam Chemjong (Panchthar), Asmita KHawas (Sarlahi), Sadhana Thapa (Sarlahi), Senu Pariyar (Nawalpur), Reena Nepali (Chitwan), Rebika Nepali (Kathmandu), Prerana Dolma Lama (Sarlahi), Sukriya Miya (Syangja), Bipana Snehi (Kailali), Anjana Pun Magar (Dang), Aavani Singh (Kathmandu), Sangita Adhikari (Surkhet), Manisha Singh (Gulmi), Sushila KC (Chitwan), Diki Syambo (Kathmandu), Sumina Thapa (Kathmandu), Sita Rokaya (Kailali), Dipa Magar (Udaypur), Bhumika Budathoki (Kailali), Dipa Rokaya (Kailali), Dil Maya Ghising (Bara), Nir Mayar Acharya (Kailali), Bhawana Pariyar (Syangja), Puspa Sen (Kanchanpur), Samikshya Magar (Udaypur), Yashoda Bohara (Bardiya), Anisha Rai (Chitwan), Sujata Tamang (Chitwan), Jharana Dumarkoti (Kathmandu), Sani Maya Syangtang (Sarlahi), Radhika Oli (Dang), Rupa Dhimal (Morang)
- Sunsari: Nepal Police School Dharan Wins Title Of 17th Lalit Amber DEPOT Cup
- Morang: Mills Club Veterans Start Grasroots Training Program
- Nepal U17 Selection Kicks Off At ANFA Complex
- Nepal U17 Selection To Kick Off On Tuesday
- Former Nepal International Surendra Tamang Busy In Grassroots Football Development - PICTORIAL
Japanese Kids Paying Respect To U12 Team From Nepal