Olimpia is consecrated two-time undefeated champion of women’s football

Women's Football 28 Aug 15:06

Olimpia is consecrated two-time undefeated champion of women’s football


28 Aug 15:06

Achieving an authoritative 7-0 victory against Guaireña on the last date, Olimpia once again ratified its superiority in women’s football and became champion of the Clausura tournament, thus reaching the two-time championship, since it had also won the Apertura, which was the first title of his story.

But not only did he win consecutive titles, but he did it without losing a single game, so the bi-championship also receives the undefeated label for the fringed team.

The Olimpia girls finished the Clausura tournament with 10 wins and 1 draw, closing with 31 points. While in the Apertura they had won all their matches, thus confirming their extensive dominance.

In this last game against Guaireña, Olimpia’s goals were scored by Cindy Ramos, Paola Genes, Karina Castellano twice, Amada Peralta, Deisy Ojeda and Ninfa Valiente against.



Stadium: Manuel Ferreira. Referee: Gabriela Arce. Goals: 3′ Cindy Ramos, 11′ Paola Genes, 26′ 46′ Karina Castellano, 33′ Amada Peralta, 57′ Ninfa Valiente c/s/v and 71′ Deisy Ojeda (Olimpia).

(7): Gloria Saleb; Natalia Villasanti (59′ Jessica Santacruz), Lorena Alonso, Paola Genes and Deisy Ojeda; Angélica Vázquez, Rosalía Godoy (54′ Camila Barbosa), Ana Pereira and Cindy Ramos (79′ María Paz Vera); Karina Castellano and Amada Peralta. DT: Ariel Rivaldi.

Guaireña FC (0): Nalanda López (41′ Rosana Bruno); Mónica Godoy, Minerva Duré, Mariela Godoy and Karen Benítez; Verónica Geneiro, Gricelda Verón, Ninfa Valiente and Liz Barreto; Mireya Cardozo (70′ María Ortigoza) and Eva Silvero. DT: Jose Emilio Armoa.

With APF data*


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