There is no indoor facility to host competitions and trainingKuensel

Volleyball federation lacks financial and resource growth

Bhutan Volleyball Federation (BVBF) could not participate in the 13th South Asian Games due to lack of well-trained national team. Financial complication is also an issue.  
The U-17 team will also play the second FIFA friendly match against Meghalaya on January 23 at the same venue (Photo: Women Football in Bhutan)Kuensel

Under -17 women’s team to face host Meghalaya

Under -17 (U-17) national women’s team will face Meghalaya’s U-17 at the FIFA friendly match at Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in Shillong, Meghalaya, India, at 6:30pm today.

Transport United FC 0 -3 Oil India FC

 The 2018 BoB Bhutan Premier league champion, Transport United FC (TUFC), lost 0-3 in the second semifinals against Oil India FC yesterday
Transport United FC is a Thimphu based clubKuensel

Transport United FC to play against team Oil India in the semi-finals

Transport United FC (TUFC) has cruised through to the semi-finals of the All India Chief Ministers’ Gold Cup International Tournament 2020 without a loss.

Revised sports excellence awards to encourage athletes 

The medalists of the 13th South Asian Games and the coaches will soon receive the Sports Excellence Awards (SEA) as per the revised SEA approved by the government on December 10. 
Buddhist Arts won the deciding set with 25- 23 in a highly contested matchKuensel

Buddhist Arts wins trophy in weird final

Had it not been for the live telecast, team Radhi gewog players would have gone home with the Druk Wangyel National Traditional Archery tournament trophy on January 12. 
Top archers would be selected for the junior recurve national archery teamKuensel

Bhutan Archery Federation encourages young archers

Twenty-three students from Thimphu, Paro and Trashigang are participating in the second recurve archery selection camp at Langjophakha archery range in Thimphu that began yesterday. 
Archers celebrate a kareyKuensel

Buddhist Arts to defend title against Radhi in Druk Wangyel tournament final

The defending champions, Buddhist Arts were losing the deciding set, and were on the verge of being knocked out of the Druk Wangyel National Traditional Archery tournament at Changlimithang archery range yesterday. 
More than 100 athletes participated in the seminarkuensel

How you eat is how you perform

Skipping breakfast for glucose powder, biscuits and milk is the most common way of preparing for an athletic event whether at school or at national competitions.
A total of 214 participants took part in the championshipkuensel

Chukha wins 16th National Inter-Dzongkhag Taekwondo Championship

Chukha won the 16th National Inter-Dzongkhag Taekwondo Championship at Taekwondo Training Centre in Thimphu yesterday.
The U-23 national football team (Photo: BFF)kuensel

Tax reforms in corporate sectors to promote sports

To promote sports in the country, the government will come with major tax reforms in the corporate sector, according to finance minister, Namgay Tshering.
BAAF president and vice-president were re-elected during the annual general meetingkuensel

Athletes underperform for lack of quality training

Dubbed the ‘mother of all sports’, athletics in Bhutan has come a long way since its introduction in the mid 1980s. 
BTF officials with the awardskuensel

ITF and ATF recognise Bhutan Tennis Federation

The Asian Tennis Federation (ATF) and International Tennis Federation (ITF) recognised Bhutan Tennis Federation (BTF) for the development of sports and other activities in the country.