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  • BOA holds 1st AGM

    The Bangladesh Olympic Association (BOA) yesterday held its maiden Annual General Meeting since its inception in 1979, with BOA president and army chief General Abu Belal Mohammad Shafiul Haque in chair and 49 members of the general assembly present, at the Kurmitola Golf Club.

  • BFF revives U-18 Championship after 10 years

    After a 10-year hiatus, the Bangladesh Football Federation (BFF) has finally decided to revive U-18 National Football Championship. The tournament will begin from March 9 with the participation of district teams as well as teams from different universities and education boards.

  • BKSP, DEB face off in final

    Bangladesh Krira Shikkha Protisthan (BKSP) and Dhaka Educational Board (DEB) have moved into the Agrani Bank 26th National Youth Hockey Championship final by beating their respective rivals at Maulana Bhasani Hockey Stadium yesterday.

  • Big bucks promised to swimming's new EC

    The executive committee of the Bangladesh Swimming Federation (BSF) has been elected unopposed yesterday after no one withdrew their nominations against 24 posts of the game's governing body.

  • Gladiators thump Greggs

    Dhaka Gladiators made a flying start to the Federation Cup Basketball tournament with a massive 98-25 win over The Greggs Club in the opening match at the Dhanmondi Basketball Gymnasium yesterday.

  • Fed Cup Basketball from today

    The Federation Cup Basket-ball Tournament, involving top six clubs of the country, will get underway at the Dhanmondi Indoor Basketball Gymnasium this morning.

  • Hossains in semis

    Alamgir Hossain, Milon Hossain, Anwar Hossain and Rubel Hossain moved into the semifinals of the AIUB Victory Day Tennis Competition at the National tennis Complex in Ramna yesterday.

  • Rabiul outguns BKSP boys

    Rabiul Islam put an end to the dominance of Bangladesh Krira Shikkha Protishthan (BKSP) by winning the gold medal in 10m air rifle event on the concluding day of Hamidur Rahman 2nd National Youth Shooting Championships at the National Shooting Complex yesterday.

  • Stiff competition on opening day

    In quest of finding new shooters for long-term training to materialise 'vision 2020', the Hamidur Rahman 2nd National Youth Shooting Championship got underway at the National Shooting Complex in Gulshan, with the participants competing neck-and-neck in all three events decided yesterday.

  • BFF undecided over national team coach

    The Bangladesh Football Federation (BFF) yesterday approved the appointment of a fitness coach and extended contract with a goalkeeping coach to work on its various teams for a short-term.

  • Youth shooting gets underway

    Hamidur Rahman 2nd Youth Shooting Championship got underway at the National Shooting Sports Federation (BSSF) in Gulshan yesterday.

  • DMFLC promises regular leagues

    Even though the Bangladesh Football Federation has kept football rolling at the top level during the last two tenures of Kazi Salahuddin-led committee, football at lower levels in Dhaka has suffered due to irregularity of the leagues.

  • BSSF's Vision 2020 gets off the ground

    The Bangladesh Shooting Sports Federation (BSSF) had last November disclosed its ambitious 'Vision 2020' plan to win a medal from the Tokyo Olympics and to bring that vision closer to reality, the game's governing body is all set to start a long-term training programme at the National Shooting Complex in Gulshan today.

  • BKF executive committee dissolved

    The National Sports Council (NSC) yesterday dissolved the executive committee of the Bangladesh Kabaddi Federation (BKF) and formed a 25-member ad-hoc committee, asking them to take the necessary steps to hold elections within the next three months.

  • Former booters skeptical

    Former national footballers expressed reservations over the four-year football plan which was revealed by the Bangladesh Football Federation (BFF) on Saturday.

  • JFA U-14 C'ship: Teams off to a flyer

    Thakurgaon and Satkhira made winning starts in the final round of the JFA U-14 Women's National Championship at the Birshreshtha Shaheed Mostafa Kamal Stadium in Kamalapur yesterday.

  • Shuttlers fight over control

    A conflict between two groups of shuttlers over the control of the Bangladesh Badminton Players' Welfare Association (BBPWA) spiralled out of control.

  • Police up to third

    Police FC climbed up to third place in the Marcel Bangladesh Championship League (MCL) table with a 2-0 win over T&T Club at the Bangabandhu National Stadium yesterday.

  • Malaysia calls for proof after match-fixing claim

    Malaysian football authorities on Wednesday called on a former FIFA official to provide evidence after he claimed the country had become the hub for match-fixing in Southeast Asia.

  • Bangladesh fans

    Katie takes to court today

    Top seed Katie Lafrance will start her campaign in the Walton 30th Bangladesh ITF Junior Tennis Championships today when she takes on India's Muskaan Ranjan in the girl's singles first round fixture at the National Tennis Complex in Ramna.

  • AFC fines BFF US$20,000

    The Bangladesh Football Federation (BFF) has been fined 20,000 US dollars for withdrawing the national team from the inaugural

  • Players' Support Seminar held

    The country's Professional footballers have been advised to inspect the details of their contract when signing agreements with

  • Committees fail to meet deadline

    A month has passed since the Executive Committee of the Bangladesh Football Federation (BFF) requested two subcommittees

  • China FA chief consoles players

    The chief of China's football association has told the country's players not to lose their confidence, after the team's

  • Three share lead in women's chess

    Three players shared the lead at the close of the second round of Saif Global Sports 36th National Women's Chess Championship,

  • Salahuddin against sending team

    Bangladesh Football Federation (BFF) president Kazi Salahuddin is apparently not interested to send the national team to the

  • BFF prepares 3-yr calendar

    The Bangladesh Football Federation (BFF) has decided to prepare a calendar for the next three years by December 10 in a pursuit

  • Search for swimmers continues

    In an endeavour to find the 60 best swimmers of the country, the Bangladesh Swimming Federation with the assistance of Bangladesh Navy holds the Talent Hunt Programme at the Stadium pond in Manikganj.

  • Victoria & Brothers still short-changing players

    With just a week to go for the Dhaka Premier League clubs to complete their payments to their respective players, cricketers from two clubs are still yet to get 70 per cent of their payments.

  • Coach's options few?

    As the Bangladesh Football Federation looks set to sign up Belgian coach Tom Saintfiet for the Asian Cup qualifying play-offs, top coaches in domestic circuit believe that the new coach will have very few options at his disposal.