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  • Georgian Cup Final to be played in Kutaisi for the first time

    Thursday, 05.05.2016

    The final of the 2015/2016 David Kipiani Georgian Cup will be played in Kutaisi. The Georgian Football Federation decided to host one of the season’s showpiece games in Georgia’s second city for the first time. The match will be played at the Ramaz Shengelia Stadium on 18 May.The finalists will be determined today, following the games in Sachkhere and Bolnisi. Chikhura Sachkhere wil

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  • Women’s League, Matchday 2

    Wednesday, 04.05.2016

    The second round of games of the Georgian Women’s Championship took place on 4 May.The centerpiece game took place in Gori, where Iveria Khashuri hosted WFC Lanchkhuti, and won 3:1. Iveria have won both league games so far, and top the table together with Martve Kutaisi, who also have 6 points.Martve emerged victorious in Lagodekhi, beating hosts Hereti 3:1 in a fiercely contested m

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  • Start of the National Women’s Football Championship

    Monday, 25.04.2016

    The Georgian national Women’s Football Championship will begin on 26 April. Six teams will contest the title: Iveria (Khashuri), 35th Football School (Tbilisi), WFC Lanchkhuti, Hereti (Lagodekhi), Martve (Kutaisi), and WFC Adjara. The teams will play two rounds of games which will determine the country’s strongest women’s football side. The 2016 Women’s Football Championship season

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  • Representatives of Hertha Berlin visit Tbilisi

    Friday, 15.04.2016

    Representatives of the Hertha Berlin youth academy made a working visit to Tbilisi. During their three-day stay, the German guests visited the GFF youth academy. They also held various meetings with GFF representatives, and met the sports minister Tariel Khechikashvili. The German football specialists shared their experience with the Georgian side, which plans to cooperate more clos

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  • Georgian Referees in Europe

    Wednesday, 13.04.2016

    Georgian match officials took charge of the under-21 European Championship qualifying game between Malta and Montenegro on 23 March. The Georgian refereeing team, which was headed by Giorgi Kruashvili, and also included assistant referees Davit Chigogidze and Besik Chichinadze, as well as the fourth official Lasha silagava, received a high mark of 8.4 from the Slovak match observer.

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  • Women’s National Team travels to Czech Republic

    Monday, 11.04.2016

    The Georgian women’s national team has travelled to Czech Republic for its first official game of the year. Levan Bajelidze’s side will face their Czech counterparts in a Euro 2017 qualifying match, which will be played on 12 April in the city of Opava, and will kick off at 19:00 Georgian time. The first encounter between these two sides was won by the Czechs 3:0 in Tbilisi. The Geo

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  • Informational Tour for Club Safety Officers at the National Team Match

    Wednesday, 30.03.2016

    At the Georgian Football Federation’s initiative, a meeting took place with safety officers and match organizers from various football clubs. As part of the meeting, the club representatives attended the Georgian under-21 national team’s game against Ukraine in Zestaponi, as well as the senior national team’s friendly game against Kazakhstan at Dinamo Arena in Tbilisi.The GFF’s stad

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  • Georgia 1 v 1 Kazakhstan [VIDEO]

    Wednesday, 30.03.2016

    The Georgian national football team played its first friendly game of the year against Kazakhstan. The match took place on Dinamo Arena, and finished in a 1:1 draw. The scoring was opened in the first half by Kazakhstan’s Azat Nurgaliev. Tornike Okriashvili equalized two minutes later, and the score remained the same until the end of the game. The Georgian team will next play Slovak

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  • Greece (U-19) 2 v 1 Georgia (U-19)

    Wednesday, 30.03.2016

    The Georgian under-19 national team has completed its European Championship qualified campaign. In the final match of the elite round group, Giorgi Kipiani’s side lost 1:2 to Greece. Tasos Dimitriadis opened the scoring for the Greeks on 42 minutes, and doubled his tally in the 72nd minute, either side of Beka Mikeltadze’s 60th-minute equalizer. In the day’s other game, England beat

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  • Georgia (U-21) 3 v 3 Ukraine (U-21)

    Monday, 28.03.2016

    The Georgian under-21 national team played a friendly game against their Ukrainian counterparts. The match took place at the Davit Abashidze Stadium in Zestaponi, and finished in a 3:3 draw.The Georgians fell behind on two occasions, but managed to turn the game around and came close to winning, conceding a last-gasp equalizer. Goals for Georgia were scored by Roman Chanturia, Otar

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  • England (U-19) 2 v 1 Georgia (U-19)

    Thursday, 24.03.2016

    The Georgian under-19 national team began its European Championship elite qualifying round campaign with a 1:2 defeat against England. Giorgi Kipiani’s team conceded both goals in the opening 10 minutes of the game. Subsequently, the Georgians had several chances to reduce the deficit, but only managed to do this in the 84th minute, when team captain Guram Goshteliani headed in Irak

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  • Georgia (U-21) 4 v 0 San Marino (U-21) [VIDEO]

    Thursday, 24.03.2016

    The Georgian under-21 national football team hosted San Marino at Mikheil Meskhi Stadium as part of the European Championship qualifying campaign. Gia Geguchadze’s debut as the head coach of the Georgian under-21 side proved to be successful, with his team winning 4:0. Giorgi Kharaishvili’s splendid strike opened the scoring on 10 minutes. Forward Nika Kacharava then converted a pen

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