Sheuli Azim, defender

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It feels extra special because our journey had begun against Nepal. In 2015, we became champions in Under-14 football in Nepal. This time we have accomplished our dream of becoming champions in senior football.

Shamsunnahar, defender

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The biggest thing is that we are taking this trophy back home to 160 million people. We have received the fruits of our labour. We believed that we could do it. After the final whistle, I realised that we have actually done it.

Akhi Khatun, defender

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Hoisting the trophy in the air was a completely unique feeling. After returning to the hotel, I got phone calls from my parents. Everyone in our village watched the match together. It felt great to see a video of them distributing sweets, lighting fireworks.

Masura Parvin, defender

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The entire Bangladesh is fixated on us. We are everywhere on Facebook. 160 million people are talking about us 23 players. I can’t express this joy in words.

Monika Chakma, midfielder

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Everyone had an attitude that we have to win, anyhow. By winning in front of a packed gallery, we proved that we have matured. But I could hardly believe even during the final moments that we are going to be champions.

Sanjida Akhter, midfielder

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I posted a status on Facebook. Now, I want to go to the BFF headquarters on an open roof bus. I have seen how champion teams celebrate in European leagues. We also wish for a similar celebration.

Maria Manda, midfielder

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I was so happy that I couldn’t sleep at night. We accomplished this monumental achievement through our self-confidence. We have received the reward of our hard work. Once again, we are seeing the proof of how much our countrymen love us.

Krishna Rani Sarkar, striker

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It feels great to be a part of such a monumental achievement. Tomorrow (Wednesday), we’ll meet everyone in Dhaka. We will celebrate our victory on an open roof bus.

Sirat Jahan, striker

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I couldn’t play the entire final. I’m still in physical pain. But after holding the champion’s trophy, all the pain in my body vanished. It was an indescribable feeling.

Tohura Khatun, striker

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After returning to the hotel I was thinking, are we really champions? We became champions for the first time in an age-level tournament in Nepal. Once again in Nepal, we became champions in the senior division. This is an incredible feeling.

Nilufar Yasmin, defender

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I don’t know why, but I still can’t believe it! I’m feeling like tomorrow (Wednesday), we’ll play the final again. I’m not at all feeling tired. I’m really excited. But right now, we really are the best team in South Asia.

Rituporna Chakma, midfielder

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This trophy doesn’t belong to us, it belongs to 160 million people. We have brought smiles to 160 million people, we have accomplished our dreams. It feels great that we have etched our names in the pages of history.

Shamsunnahar Junior, striker

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After a long time, the people of Bangladesh felt joy watching football. The people of the nation kept their faith on us. It feels great that we could repay their faith.

Rupna Chakma, goalkeeper

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I was confident from the start that this time we will do something great. But I never imagined that it would end up being this great. For the first time, I have been named the best goalkeeper for the national team, so my joy is a little extra.

Golam Rabbani, coach

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Yesterday (Monday) was my wedding anniversary. I didn’t know that the girls would give me such a grand gift on my special day. They had promised me that they will play good football. Our aim was to win the SAFF Championship in 2024. But two years before that, these golden girls have gifted me the trophy. This is the biggest achievement of my coaching career. We are the best team in South Asia. The girls have given a grand present to the people of the country.

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