TRIBHUWAN ARMY

Tribhuwan Army Football Club is a Nepalese professional football club based in Kathmandu. It is the most successful club in Nepal. The Royal Nepalese Army founded the club in 1951. Meanwhile, it has won the Nepal National League a record 10 times.

History

Tribhuwan Army Football Club has a long and illustrious history, having won its first major title, the Nepal National League, in 1994. Meanwhile, the club has since gone on to win the league a record 10 times. Moreover, it has also won the Nepal A Division League a record 12 times.

The club has also been successful in international competitions, having won the AFC President’s Cup twice. Meanwhile, they have won the tournament in 2004 and 2007. The club has also reached the final of the AFC Cup on two occasions, in 2013 and 2017.

Format

Tribhuvan Army Football Club is a professional football club that competes in the Nepal National League, the top tier of Nepalese football. The club is also a member of the All Nepal Football Association (ANFA).

Revenues

Tribhuwan Army Football Club is one of the wealthiest clubs in Nepal. The club’s main source of revenue is from the Royal Nepalese Army. The club also generates revenue from sponsorships, ticket sales, and broadcasting rights.

Rivalries

Tribhuwan Army Football Club’s main rival is Manang Marsyangdi Club. The two clubs have contested many memorable matches over the years, and their rivalry is considered to be one of the fiercest in Nepalese football.

Future Prospect

Tribhuvan Army Football Club is the most successful club in Nepalese football. The club has a long and illustrious history, having won many major titles. It is also one of the wealthiest clubs in Nepal. Tribhuwan Army FC is not just a football club; it is an embodiment of discipline, dedication, and national pride. With a storied history, a formidable squad, diverse revenue streams, and intense rivalries, TAC continues to shape the Nepali football landscape. As they strive for more titles and greater success, the club remains a symbol of excellence and inspiration for aspiring footballers in Nepal.



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