Monday, 11, December, 2017

Sports

The Uzbekistan Football Federation (UFF) has announced a contest for design of its new logo. The contest will start on January 1 and is open to all ages . The winning entries will be selected by online voting.

The defending champion Lokomotiv sealed Uzbekistan Professional League title with one match still to be played. After matchday 28 the “railways” team had 64 points ahead of Nasaf who were second with  59 points.

Uzbekistan without foreign based players lost, 0-1 to the UAE in a friendly match yesterday at Sheikh Khalifa International Stadium.

The AFC President Shaikh Salman bin Ebrahim Al Khalifa discussed issues related to football with newly elected Uzbekistan Football Federation (UFF) President Umid Akhmadjonov at AFC House in Kuala Lumpur on Thursday.

The Bureau of the Executive Committee of the Uzbekistan Football Federation (UFF) has approved a new format for domestic leagues, the press service of the UFF reported.

FC Nasaf coach Ruziqul Berdiev has been appointed interim head coach of the Uzbekistan national team. Berdiev will guide the national team for the friendly away to the United Arab Emirates, the UFF chief Umid Ahmadjonov said today at a meeting of the Uzbekistan Football Federation.

Uzbekistan will play a friendly match against the UAE on November 14 in the UAE as part of the Memorandum of Cooperation signed between Uzbekistan Football Federation (UFF) and UAE Football Association.

The President of Uzbekistan Football Federation (UFF), Umid Ahmadjonov, visited Aspire Academy on Monday morning with a delegation including UFF’s Secretary-General Sardor Rakhmatullaev. The delegation was welcomed by senior officials from Aspire Academy, including Director General, Ivan Bravo, and Deputy Director General, Ali Salem Afifa.

Uzbekistan Football Federation convened a special meeting  yesterday, during which Oman Gafurov was appointed as the new Director General of Uzbekistan Pro-League replacing Farhod Magometov.

Tashkent-based hockey club Binokor may enter the Kontinental Hockey League (KHL) within the next two seasons, a source said. Currently, the League comprises 27 clubs based in seven countries - Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Latvia, China, Finland and Slovakia.