Last updated : Wednesday, 03 April 2024

Introduction

The Hazara League is an amateur football league in Afghanistan, founded in 2014. It is open to all players of Hazara ethnicity, regardless of their religious or political beliefs. The league aims to promote peace and unity among the Hazara community, and to provide a safe and inclusive environment for young people to play football.

History

The Hazara League was founded in 2014 by a group of Hazara football enthusiasts who wanted to create a safe and inclusive space for young people to play football. The league was initially made up of a few teams, but it has since grown to include over 20 teams. The league is played on a round-robin basis, and the top teams at the end of the season qualify for the playoffs.

Hazara League action

The Hazara League has been a success in promoting peace and unity among the Hazara community. The league has also provided a safe and inclusive environment for young people to play football. The league has been praised by the Afghan government and by international organizations.

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