“ETHIOPIAN SPORTS AND CULTURE FEDERATION (UK) is a non-for-profit organisation that runs the ANNUAL Ethiopian sports and culture FESTIVAL in UK where thousands of Ethiopians and friends of Ethiopia gather to enjoy traditional music, food, football tournaments, athletics, circus shows, children games and business activities. We are having a fundraising event on Saturday 29 APRIL
The Ethiopian Athletics Federation (EAF) warned managers and coaches of local athletes regarding their involvement in transfer of allegiance of Ethiopian athletes who take part in different races across the world. The newly-elected head of the EAF said the federation would not be responsible once athletes travelled to other countries without permission of the federation
Richard Pankhurst, the son of the British women’s rights campaigner Sylvia Pankhurst who became one of the world’s leading experts on Ethiopian history and culture, has died aged 89. He first came into contact with Ethiopia through his mother, a ‘suffragette’ who also campaigned against the invasion of the Horn of Africa nation by Benito
Ethiopia have appointed former Adama City FC coach Ashenafi Bekele as the new man in charge of their national team. Bekele replaces Gebremedhin Haile, who was dismissed last year after falling out with the Ethiopia Football Federation (EFF). His first game in charge will be a 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier away to Sierra
It was not meant to be a ninety-minutes-of-fame story for Ethiopian footballer Tadiwos Tessema’ journey to the top scene after earning his first appearance in Ethiopia’s national team in a CAF Africa U-17 Championship qualifier aganist Tunisia but was supposed to be worth more than for a youngster who aspired to living a football dream.
African pop music is steadily gaining exposure abroad as Nigerian afrobeats take over Europe, azonto goes viral and South African rappers get big record deals. Yet up in the Northeast corner of Africa, nothing of the sort is happening. The modern music of Ethiopia is very little known outside the country and its diaspora. That’s
HISTORIC DRAWS AT WEMBLEY STADIUM – Friday, April 18, 2014 All smiles…Africa United! Wembley Stadium witnessed the first ever draws of African Nations Cup UK football tournament on 17th April. Defending champions Ghana seeded in Group A alongside South Africa, Uganda, Zimbabwe and Tanzania. In Group B, Sierra Leone, Angola, Zanzibar, Zambia & Somalia. Group