A fun day for special female footballers


The final line-up of Bharat (in blue) and Indonesia B players (in white) before the kick-off.

Indonesia’s Central Java team were crowned as champions of the inaugural Special Olympics Malaysia Unified five-a-side female football tournament held recently at the Universiti Malaya Arena in Universiti Malaya.

The two-day tournament featured six teams from Indonesia, India, Sri Lanka and Malaysia. It was run on a unified format whereby three special needs players were paired with two able-bodied players.

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