BSL WFC gets the nod from local FA
The change means that players from the Women’s Football Club (WFC) from the Bangkok Soccer League (BSL) will face regular competition in games against Thailand’s top teams, bringing enormous all-round benefits to the game. WFC will be the only ‘farang’ base team in the league.
BSL WFC aims to lead the way for young international and Thai students and experienced footballers in Thailand. The club offers both recreational and competitive football for ladies at all age groups. Its weekend program runs at Brighton College Bangkok, using a full size grass pitch.
BSL was founded more than 30 years ago as a voluntary organization that provided the opportunity for youth players from international and Thai schools in the greater Bangkok area to play football.
The league is committed to providing opportunities for all players to reach their highest potential in football and in life through teamwork, competition and individual achievement.
BSL WFC is the only competitive girls’ football club open to female youth football players of all nationalities. Most are international or international-Thai students living in Thailand with their families. The majority attend local international schools and play in the schools’ varsity teams.