Girls league welcomes new teams for 2020 Season B

The AirAsia Junior Girls League kicked off on Saturday 3 October with 2 matches in the Girls U13 division. Entering its fourth season, the girls league is comprised of 10 teams across 2 divisions.

Most excitingly for 2020 Season B, however, is the entrance of one brand new team and the return of another well established girls’ academy.

The AirAsia Junior Girls League kicked off on Saturday 3 October with 2 matches in the Girls U13 division. Entering its fourth season, the girls league is comprised of 10 teams across 2 divisions. Most excitingly for 2020 Season B, however, is the entrance of one brand new team and the return of another well established girls’ academy.

Joining the league for the first time is ATBTR Havana FC who got their Under 13 campaign off to a flying start on Saturday with 3–0 win over FC Kuala Lumpur Eagles. Two goals from Ireena Syazreen and a single from Nur Safura meant the girls picked up their first 3 points in the 5-a-side competition.

SJCSC Supergirls, meanwhile, return to the AirAsia Junior Girls League after sitting out 2020 Season A. They met FC Kuala Lumpur Falcons in their first game of the season, falling to a 5–2 loss in spite of Nurul Nuha’s 2 goals. Supergirls will be back in search of their first points next when they line up against KL Youth Soccer.

Next weekend also sees the kick off of the Girls Under 16 division as JSA Sports Academy, FC Kuala Lumpur and KL Youth Soccer all look to get their seasons off on the right foot.

As always, you can follow all the action on the official AirAsia KL Junior League app – available now on the App Store and Google Play Store.

The AirAsia KL Junior League is now part of Liga Suparimau