Kim Jong Un Watches Women’s Football Match between Kalmaegi and Jebi Teams

Supreme Commander of the Korean People’s Army Kim Jong Un, first secretary of the Workers’ Party of Korea and first chairman of the National Defence Commission of the DPRK, watched a women’s football match between the Kalmaegi team and the Jebi team together with service personnel of the KPA.
When he appeared in the grandstand, the players and spectators enthusiastically welcomed him, giving profound thanks to him.
The two teams fully displayed the football techniques which they have cultivated in their day-to-day trainings true to the WPK’s idea of building a sports power.
The spectators warmly cheered with applause the footballers playing a nice game, displaying team spirit and persevering fighting will.
The Kalmaegi team beat its rival 2:0.
When the match was over, Kim Jong Un warmly acknowledged the enthusiastic cheers of the players and spectators and congratulated the footballers on their successful match.
He gave precious instructions to bring the nation’s sports to a higher level by rounding off the Korean style sporting technique, tactical system and training method, noting that to develop the sports is important for successfully pushing forward the revolutionary struggle and construction and demonstrating before the whole world the dignity and honor of Songun Korea.
Among the spectators were Choe Ryong Hae, Ri Yong Gil, Jang Jong Nam, So Hong Chan, Kim Su Gil, Kim Tong Hwa, Jo Kyong Chol, Kim Yong Chol, Ri Pyong Chol, Kim Myong Sik, Jang Tong Un, Pak Thae Su, Yun Jong Rin, Han Kwang Sang, Hwang Pyong So, Ri Jae Il, Pak Thae Song, Kim Sung Yon and executive members of the WPK Committee of the KPA and commanding officers of the services and corps-level units.
Political News Team

For Greater Honor of the Country

Our Party’s plan is to make our country a sports power. To make it real, the Kanggye Juvenile Sports School is training more footballers who will make the country grow in glory and fame. Instructors of the school focus on raising basic football skill of the young players to keep with the trend of the world and putting education work on a more advanced scientific basis.

Kim Jong Un assiste al match di calcio tra Kalmaegi e Jebi

Il Comandante Supremo dell’Esercito popolare coreano Kim Jong Un, primo segretario del Partito dei Lavoratori di Corea e primo presidente della Commissione nazionale di Difesa della Corea del Nord, ha assistito alla partita di calcio maschile tra la squadra Kalmagi e la squadra Jebi insieme con il funzionari di partito.
Quando è apparso nell’auditorium, i giocatori e il pubblico entusiasta lo hanno accolto, gridando un forte “evviva!”
Il team Jebi ha battuto la squadra Kalmagi 4 a 2.

Il pubblico ha applaudito i giocatori che hanno mostrato pienamente le loro elevate tecniche di calcio, forte potere mentale e spirito testardo.
Quando la partita è finita, Kim Jong Un si è congratulato con i giocatori per il successo, salutando calorosamente i giocatori e il pubblico.
Ha poi esposto importanti compiti che serviranno da linee guida per il notevole sviluppo dello sport nel paese, dicendo che al fine di sviluppare lo sport è importante concentrare l’attenzione del pubblico sullo sport organizzando frequentemente partite di calcio e altri eventi sportivi.
Tra il pubblico c’erano Ri Yong Gil, Jang Jong Nam, Pyon In Figlio, Kim Su Gil, O Kum Chol, n Kwang Chol, Jo Kyong Chol, Ri Pyong Chol, Kim Myong Sik, Jang Tong Un, Yun Jong Rin, Han Kwang Sang Hwang Pyong, Ri Jae Il, Pak Thae Song e Kim Sung Yon.

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Campionato 2014: le gare


Amnokgang – Kyonggongopson
Myohyangsan – Kwanmobong

Hwaebul – Ryongaksan
April 25 – Pyongyang

Mangyonbong – Sobaeksu
Sonbong – Rimyongsu
Ponghwasan – Kyonggongopson

Amnokgang – Ryongaksan
Kigwancha – Myohyangsan

Pyongyang – Kwanmobong
April 25 – Hwaebul

Wolmido – Rimyongsu
Mangyongbong – Kyonggongopson
Sonbong – Myohyangsan


Chongchongang – Sinhungsan
Ryongaksan – Kalmaegi

Rimyongsu – Myohyangsan
Mangyonbong – Wolmido

April 25 – Amnokgang
Pyongyang – Ponghwasan
Sobaeksu – Naegohyang

Chongchongang – Kalmaegi
Myohyangsan – Sinhungsan

Ryongaksan – Wolmido
Rimyongsu – Amnokgang

Mangyongbong – Ponghwasan
April 25 – Naegohyang
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AFC U-16 Championship – DPR Korea in Group C

AFC U-16 Championship – DPR Korea in Group C
Bangkok: Hosts and former champions Thailand have been handed a tough group when they were drawn in Group A with two-time winners Korea Republic, Oman, who won this championship in 1996 and 2000, and Malaysia in the AFC U-16 Championship 2014 to be held in Bangkok in September this year.

The 16-nation competition will be played from September 6 to 20 with the top four teams will qualify for the FIFA U-17 World Cup to be played in Chile next year.

Thailand, who won this championship in 1998 beating hosts Qatar on penalties, will take on Malaysia in the opening match on September 6.

Defending champions Uzbekistan were pitted against Kuwait, DPR Korea and Nepal while last edition’s runners-up Japan, who won this title twice in 1994 and 2006, were drawn in Group B along with Australia, two-time champions China and Hong Kong.

Group D comprises of former winners and last edition’s hosts Iran, Syria, two-time champions Saudi Arabia and Qatar.


Group A: Thailand, Korea Republic, Oman, Malaysia

Group B: Japan, Australia, China, Hong Kong

Group C: Uzbekistan, Kuwait, DPR Korea, Nepal

Group D: Iran, Syria, Saudi Arabia, Qatar