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ASF's 10th Annual Bowling Tournament

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 The 10th Annual Bowling Tournament organized by Afghan Sports Federation (ASF) is taking place on Sunday, Feburary 24th, 2013 at Annandale Lanes located in Annandale, Virginia. Click here for Championship results & Pics.

ASF's 9th Annual Bowling Tournament


ASF Holds 8th Annual Bowling Tournament

On Sunday March 27th, 2011 the Afghan Sports Federation (ASF) held it 8th annual Bowling Tournament at AMF Centreville Lanes in Centreville, Virginia. Teams consisting of Afghan athletes, both women and men, participated in a day long tournament with several rounds of exciting close games. Teams were made up of at least two female and three male bowlers, included players from experienced to novice levels.

At the end of the second round of competition, four teams went ahead to compete in the semi-finals that resulted in last year's two dominant teams, “Tora Bora” and “Unbeatable” to emerge and face each other in a re-match.

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A one round of intense and exciting bowling resulted in team “Unbeatable”, led by Azi Wasiq, beating team “Tora Bora” for the Championship title of ASF's 8th annual Bowling Tournament. This was Azi's second straight time leading his team to a championship title.

At the end of the event, trophies were presented to the winning teams by ASF officials, Wyce Baber (Bowling Commissioner) and Tabasum Lutfi. Trophies were also given to the most valuable men's and women's players in the final championship round, which were Fazel Qayumi for men’s MVP and Roya Ali for women’s MVP.

Overall, it was yet another successful bowling tournament and members of ASF is grateful for everyone's attendance and support.

ASF Honors Homaira Rahman in 6th Annual Bowling Tournament


Homaira Rahman
September 22, 1984
- July 4th, 2008








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Kickers Football Club, ASL Fall 2012 Champions



ASF's Afghan Soccer League wrapped up another successful season.  Kickers Football club is ASL's fall 2012 soccer Champions.  Congratulation to Kickers FC's players, management, and fans.  Click here for season results.

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ASF’s Afghan Soccer League is in full action. Season kicked off on Wednesday September 19, 2012  at South Run RECenter in Burke, Virginia.  Since then four exciting matches have been played, the recent match was between former champions Afghan United and the Afghan American Football Club Elite resulting in 5 - 1 in favor of AAFC. 

The teams participating in the league this fall include Afghan United, Kickers, Afghan American FC, Pamir, and Afghan Football Club. Afghan FC vs Kickers are scheduled to play next Wednesday October, 10th. Please visit the ASL section of our web site for full season stats and schedule.

Afghan United Produced a Dominant Display Against Aryana To Win ASL's Spring 2012 Championship


The Afghan Sports Federation's ASL season came to end on June 27th, 2012 at South Run Park in an exciting and high-energy match between Aryana and Afghan United. Supporters from both teams and officials of ASF attended the Championship game with great enthusiasm.

The first half of the game was very close and ended 0-0. The breakthrough for Afghan United came just after the half time when Maroof Gulistani thrashed two right-footed shots from 25 yards , which bent wickedly past goalkeeper Safi Barakzai and into the top-right corner. Maroof went on to have a hat trick by scoring a penalty kick awarded to Afghan United due to handball by Aryana’s defender inside the box.

Aryana had a few good chances to score, but Afghan United’s defense lead by Faiz Behgoman was proven very hard to penetrate.  However Aryana did manage to score a consolation goal in the dying minutes of the game to make the final score 3-1.

Since 1998, the Afghan Sports Federation has been holding seasonal league games that includes a Spring and Fall season for its teams to get prepared for the annual ASF's Afghan Cup also known as the 4ht of July tournament. 

At the end of the game, trophies and medals were awarded to champions Afghan United and runners-up Aryana who will be representing ASF in this years Afghan Cup 2012 tournament.

ASF/ASL officials congratulate Afghan United for a successful season.

Dunya FC, ASL Fall 2011 Season's Champions

Dunya FC beat Aryana FC by a score of 3-1 on Sunday to become the ASL's Fall of 2011 Season Soccer Champions for the 1st time.  Congratulation to Dunay FC's players, management team and fans. 



ARYANA FC, ASL Spring 2011 Season's Champions

Ariana FC beat Afghan United by a score of 4-0 on Wednesday night to become the ASL's Spring of 2011 Season Soccer Champions.  Congratulation to Ariana FC's players, management team and fans. 



Afghan Sports Federation aims to promote all amateur sports and operate as an amateur sports federation. Since its inception in 1998, the Afghan Sports Federation has organized the following sports:


Playing Fields

E.C. Lawrence Park
Sully Rd. (Route 28)
Centreville, Va. 20151

From Beltway to I-66 West Follow I66 west to exit 53 (Route 28 Centreville Rd.). Proceed north on Route 28 for 1 mile (2nd traffic light) to park entrance on left. Fields are to the left as you enter the park. 

James S Long Park, Haymarket, VA
4603 James Madison Highway
Haymarket, VA 2069

From I-66 West take the exit for route 15 West,  after 1.5 miles he park is on your right.
MD SoccerPlex Stadium
14501 Schaeffer Rd
Boyds, MD
From Northern Virginia and Points South
Take I-495 (Capital Beltway) West to Exit 35 (I-270 North towards Frederick). Take I-270 North to Exit 15B (Route 118 South) towards Germantown.
Continue on Route 118 for 2.8 miles to Richter Farm Road and turn right. Take Richter Farm Road 1 mile to Schaeffer Road (4-way stop) and turn left.
The park entrance (18031 Central Park Circle) is 0.3 miles on the right.
South Run Park
7550 Reservation Drive
Springfield, Virginia
To reach South Run RECenter take Beltway Exit 54A which is Braddock Road west. Turn left on Burke Lake Road and left again on Lee Chapel Road. Take Lee Chapel Road to a left on the Fairfax County Parkway. Follow to the park entrance on the right  
Lewinsville Park
McLean, VA 22101

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From 66 go East Take 495N exit toward Baltimore Merge onto Capital Beltway Take the VA-123 N/Chain Bridge Rd. exit, Exit number 11A, towards McLean. Merge onto Dolley Madison Blvd. Turn right onto Great Falls St/VA-694. Left on Chain Bridge Road, Park will be on the Right

From Alexandria:
Take 495N/Capital Beltway Take VA_123N/Chainbridge Rd. exit, exit number 11A, towards McLean Merge onto Dolly Madison Blvd. Turn Right onto Great Falls St./VA-694 Left on Chain Bridge Road, Park will be on the Right  
AMF Centreville Lanes
13814 Lee HWY
Centreville, VA 20120
From I-66, exit to Lee HWY North, go about 1/2 mile and the Bowling alley comes on your left.
Poplar Tree Park
From Beltway: Take I-66 West. Exit on to Fairfax Couty Pkwy North. Stay on Fairfax County Pkway. Make a left on to Fair Lakes (traffic light). Street ends at Stringfellow Rd. Make a right on Stringfellow Rd. The Park is on your immediate left.
4400 University Drive
Fairfax, Virginia 22030
(703) 993-3939
From Capitol Beltway (I-495) take Exit 54A Braddock Road (formerly Exit 5.) Proceed west for appoximately 6 miles to Sideburn Road (2 lights prior to Ox Road (VA 123)) Turn right onto Nottoway Lane (opposite Sideburn Road) and then right on Patriot Drive. 

Afghan Sports Federation

Afghan Sports Federation aims to promote all amateur sports and operate as an amateur sports federation. Since its inception in 1998, the Afghan Sports Federation has organized the following sports:

soccerball      Soccer

basketball-hi     Basketball

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bowling-ball-hi     Bowling

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