Persian football girls

12-Jul-2015 11:52

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But Iranian sports bodies have now agreed the girls can wear caps that cover their hair but not their necks.

They are due to participate in a tournament in Singapore in August.

In 2014, the country's football governing body introduced random checks after it was revealed that four national team players were either men who had not completed sex change operations, or were suffering from sexual development disorders.

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The Iran girls team is due to compete in a six-nation tournament at the first ever Youth Olympics, scheduled for 12-25 August in Singapore.

Iran’s football governing body announced the random checks after it was revealed that several leading players, including four in the national women’s team, were men who had not completed sex change operations or who were suffering from sexual development disorders, reported The legality of sex change procedures contrasts with the country’s otherwise strict laws regarding sexual morality under the nation’s Sharia code, which forbids homosexuality and pre-marital sex, among other things.‘If these people can solve their problems through surgery and be in a position to receive the necessary medical qualifications, they will then be able to participate in [women's] football,’ Ahmad Hashemian, head of the Iranian football federation’s medical committee, told IRNA, the state news agency.

The Iranian women's team play in hijab headscarfs, long-sleeved tops and tracksuit bottoms.

By this win Ayandesazan club of Najafabad stand on first rank of 9th Iranian women football pro league.

This competition held in Resalat stadium in Najafabad, Isfahan province.

The Iran girls team is due to compete in a six-nation tournament at the first ever Youth Olympics, scheduled for 12-25 August in Singapore.

Iran’s football governing body announced the random checks after it was revealed that several leading players, including four in the national women’s team, were men who had not completed sex change operations or who were suffering from sexual development disorders, reported The legality of sex change procedures contrasts with the country’s otherwise strict laws regarding sexual morality under the nation’s Sharia code, which forbids homosexuality and pre-marital sex, among other things.‘If these people can solve their problems through surgery and be in a position to receive the necessary medical qualifications, they will then be able to participate in [women's] football,’ Ahmad Hashemian, head of the Iranian football federation’s medical committee, told IRNA, the state news agency.

The Iranian women's team play in hijab headscarfs, long-sleeved tops and tracksuit bottoms.

By this win Ayandesazan club of Najafabad stand on first rank of 9th Iranian women football pro league.

This competition held in Resalat stadium in Najafabad, Isfahan province.

"We are very happy," Farideh Shojaei, deputy head of Iran's football federation, was quoted by the Associated Press as saying.