Les filles Qatari et le foot

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Qatar, Doha, 16 April 2012
Helena Costa, Women Football National Team's coach, before a match.

Qatar, Doha, 16 avril 2012
L'Equipe National Feminine de Football dispute ce soir un match amical avec les clubs de foot f
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Qatar, Doha, 18 April 2012
The Aspire Academy has Football Talent Centers throughout Doha that cater for boys from 6 to 11 years of age.

Qatar, Doha, 18 avril 2012
L'Acad
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Qatar, Doha, 20 February 2013
The Qatar Women?s League (QWL) has seven teams, including Lekhwiya, Al Kharaitiyat, Al Arabi, Qatar Sports Club, Al Rayyan, Al Khor and Al Sadd. 
The league organizes matches every Tuesday and Wednesday. The clubs are required to have 50 per cent of Qatari players.
The ones who agreed to being photographed are mostly foreign girls or Qatari girls who belong to the Qatar national football team, formed in 2009.
Hajar (13), started to play for the National Team when she was 10 years old. She will be 24 years old when the Mondial will begin.

Qatar, Doha, 21 f
 Doha, Qatar,
Women Football National Team
Equipe National Feminine de Football
dispute ce soir un match amical avec les clubs de foot f
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Qatar, Doha, 20 February 2013
The Qatar Women?s League (QWL) has seven teams, including Lekhwiya, Al Kharaitiyat, Al Arabi, Qatar Sports Club, Al Rayyan, Al Khor and Al Sadd. 
The league organizes matches every Tuesday and Wednesday. The clubs are required to have 50 per cent of Qatari players.
The ones who agreed to being photographed are mostly foreign girls or Qatari girls who belong to the Qatar national football team, formed in 2009.

Qatar, Doha, 21 f
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Qatar, Doha, 23 February 2014
National team training on the sports ground of Omar Bin Khatab Boys school. 

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Qatar, Doha, 16 April 2012
Helena Costa, Women Football National Team's coach, talks with Qatar Women's sport comittee's administrators about Girls Football Talent center project.

Qatar, Doha, 16 avril 2012
Helena Costa la coach de l'
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Qatar, Doha, 23 February 2014
National team training on the sports ground of Omar Bin Khatab Boys school. De gauche
 Qatar, Doha, 20 February 2013
The Qatar Women???s League (QWL) has seven teams, including Lekhwiya, Al Kharaitiyat, Al Arabi, Qatar Sports Club, Al Rayyan, Al Khor and Al Sadd. 
The league organizes matches every Tuesday and Wednesday. The clubs are required to have 50 per cent of Qatari players.
The ones who agreed to being photographed are mostly foreign girls or Qatari girls who belong to the Qatar National Football Team, which was formed in 2009.


Qatar, Doha, 20 fv?vrier 2013
La Ligue fv?minine du Qatar (QWL) comprend sept v?quipes, dont Lekhwiya, Al Kharaitiyat, Al Arabi, Qatar Sports Club, Al Rayyan, Al Khor et Al Sadd.
La Ligue joue des matches chaque mardi et mercredi. Les clubs sont tenus d'avoir 50 pour cent de joueuses quataris.
Celles qui ont acceptv? de se faire photographier sont plutv?t les v?trangv?res ou les qataris qui jouent dans l'v?quipe nationale du Qatar, formv?e en 2009.

Isabelle Eshraghi / Agence VU
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Qatar, Doha, 19 February 2014
Before the match of the Women's football league, the Qatar Sport Club team is exercising.

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Qatar, Doha, 02 December 2012
Qatar University third Championship for Women's Soccer in cooperation with Qatar Women's Sport Commitee.
The women players remove their black abaya to put on the colored team T-shirt.

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Qatar, Doha, 26 Fevrier 2014
Assala Hijazi, 15 years old player in the national team (of the less than 16 years old), with the football suit that wears her name.

Qatar, Doha, 26 february 2014
Assala Hijazi, 15 ans, est joueuse dans l'equipe nationale (des moins de 16 ans). Elle pose avec le maillot qui porte son nom.

Isabelle Eshraghi / Agence VU