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SIAFL - Shenzhen International Amateur Football League

Shenzhen International Amateur Football League created by expat team’s captains (Memco) and business managers. First official foreigner amateur football League in Shenzhen. 
8x8 site football league. 

Website: http://siafl.com
Location: Shenzhen
Members: 49
Latest Activity: Oct 23, 2016

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Unlike the other big cities in the East of China, Shenzhen has yet to create a foreign run amateur football league. Leagues in Beijing , Shanghai , Guangzhou and Hong Kong have been running successful for decades now, and it’s time for Shenzhen to catch up.

The first season SIAFL Autumn 2013 finished and champion become

InterShenzhen FC

 

Address:Fuzhong 1st Road, Futian CBD, Futian, Shenzhen
深圳市福田区福田中心区福中一路(景田岁宝对面)

How to get there:
You can take the Shekou line to LIAN HUA WEST exit A1 by Metro. 
The soccer pitch will be on your left hand side. Follow the path to the road and turn left, watch for the entrance on the left hand side.

Next season will start in March 2014.

New teams and players can contact for more information chairman@siafl.com or vicepresident@siafl.com

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Comment by Aleksandr Chernomor on December 9, 2013 at 6:58pm

12th tour report

There were five SIAFL fixtures played this week; Colombian Dream Vs Inter SZ, The Dog & Duck Vs World United, SWIS Vs  The Lunatics,The Wild Geese Vs The SZ Tigers and World United Vs Lunatics a game scheduled to be played at the beginning of November but postponed until this week by World. For many people the focus this week was on Luna and World, as Luna try to keep pace with Inter at the top of the table and World desperate to finish the season on a high by coming in above Luna in second. 

Firstly, there was to be no repeat of the heroics produced by Colombian Dream in the reverse fixture against Inter SZ earlier this season. The Colombians were picked apart by Inter with a final score of 10-2. Joadson grabbed 4, and another hatrick from Razvan means he is now surely certain to claim the golden boot as he sits on a total of 27 league goals, a massive 9 goals clear of Michael and Marek on 18. Dabic and Dennis completed the scoring in this game.

The Colombians have struggled to make any headway in the second half of the season, picking up only 2 points in their last seven games.

Fortunately for the Colombians, the two teams below them in the table don’t look like taking the 6 points they need to catch up. Both The Dog & Duck and SWIS were on the receiving end of 8 goal winning margins this week.

In the previous fixture between the two sides, The Dog & Duck held World United until the dying seconds in a close 2-1 loss. This time, however, 10-2 was the difference, and World United player Christian was much to thank for that, pulling the strings from midfield and getting on the scoresheet 5 times himself. Youceff’s 2 late goals for the Dogs will not soften the blow.

Meanwhile, SWIS couldn’t even get a consolation goal, as a great team performance from Luna allowed 6 of their players to find the back of the net. Michael scored the first and the last 2 goals with Wyatt, Gene, Tom, Ahmet and Jessie all chipping in too. The result means that SWIS stay stuck to the bottom of the league table, though only on goal difference as the Dog and Duck are also only on 4 points. At the other end of the table, these wins for World and Luna set up a great midweek clash between them.

SZ Tigers needed a win this week to keep hopes of a third place but the stubborn Wild Geese refused to roll over. In a game with a huge number of chances for both sides, a draw seemed the fair result. A win for The Geese would have seen then come to within a point of the tigers.

So in the midweek fixture, World United took on Luna in a bid to get close to second position. It was Luna who took the spoils though. In what could be described as a very physical game, Marco was sent off for his side a second time this season as World struggled to come back from the 3 first half goals scored by Luna. A man down was not going to help them, and they lost the game 3-1. It is now mathematically impossible for world to finish any higher than 3rd, and Luna’s game in hand means that a win against Inter next week could yet see them win the league.

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Comment by Aleksandr Chernomor on December 9, 2013 at 6:55pm

Comment by Aleksandr Chernomor on December 9, 2013 at 6:54pm

Comment by Aleksandr Chernomor on December 3, 2013 at 11:35am

Hi Joe,

Until end of this seasons left two tours only. But many guys left or will leave China, so probably some teams need more players if have spots to add. By SIAFL rules we have limit for quantity in one team. Please send me your contact number or wechat. I will pass your contact to our teams managers.

My contact 13823685541 or wechat aleks777

Comment by Joe Dobson on December 2, 2013 at 7:49pm

Hi there!

I've only just moved to Shenzhen and wouldn't mind getting involved in some sport. Is it too late to join a team in the league? How long is left of the season?

Cheers!

Comment by Aleksandr Chernomor on December 2, 2013 at 12:09am

Report about 11th tour's games (last Monday)

Second place Lunatics were back in action this week after a two week absence and it took them the best part of the first half to get back in to the swing of things as they played The Dog and Duck, who are precariously sitting second from bottom. A 43rd minute goal steadied the nerves for the Luna Bar boys as they chase Inter at the top of the table. Another goal just after half time put Luna into cruise control as they saw out an eventual 5-0 victory, though it may well have been a different story had the Dog and Duck been sharper in front of goal at the start of the second half. Missed chances becoming a theme for the Ducks.

Inter have only dropped 2 points this term, and an anorexic looking team sheet from The Wild Geese never suggested that this would be anything other than another big winning margin for Inter. Manager Bjorn bagged 6 goals, with Razvan and Dabic also picking up hatricks as Inter cruised to a SIAFL record victory, 15-2.

World United and SZ Tigers sat in 3rd and 4th place respectively before their tie, with only a point between them so this match really was a 6 pointer, with the Tigers either moving 2 points ahead of World in the table with a win, or falling to 4 points behind with a loss. The game started as a close affair with both sides creating chances, but once again it was goalkeeper Alex for World who was possibly the deciding factor in the game, pulling out at an array of top class saves to thwart the Tigers attack. A 78th minute goal form The Tigers was not enough to stop World romping home to an impressive 5-1 victory, with a clinical hatrick from Imad proving decisive. With only three games remaining, World will feel confident they have secured 3rd place but with the final game of the season against Inter, a slip up against The Dog and Duck or SWIS could let the Tigers back in, as they will be looking to win all three of their final games.

The highest scoring draw in SIAFL history took place between SWIS and Colombian Dream this week. SWIS caught the Colombians cold with a goal in the first minute and another 5 minutes later but then the Colombians scored 3 in 4 minutes to lead 4-3 after only 14 minutes. It was 5-4 for SWIS at half-time in a fantastic first half for the neutral. The second half was less of a goal fest but nonetheless captivating with SWIS leading 6-5 into the final minute of the game. With only seconds left on the clock, SWIS playmaker Kelly put the ball agonizingly into his own net. This left the teams locked at 6 all. A valuable point for SWIS as they look climb up from the bottom of the table. They are now tied on points with The Dog and Duck, but The Duck’s superior goal difference separates the teams.

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