we united tournaments

WE United tournaments bring together 100+ women and girls of all skill-levels for one-day experiences designed to provide a safe space for women and girls to challenge themselves, engage in teamwork, display sportswomanship, and cultivate competitiveness and the desire to win.

2020 Tournament

It’s a bit of a rocky year as you all might have noticed. We will try our best to make this year’s annual tournament happen if safety restriction will allow it. The health of the players, staff, visitors, and everyone involved is most important to us. So, until further notice, we have no real update on how and when the annual tournament will take place, just know that we are on it!

Keep an eye on our Facebook page for regular updates and if you want to get involved, drop us a line!

Previous editions

6th Annual WE United Women’s Futsal Tournament 2019

5th Annual
WE United Women’s Futsal Tournament 2018

4th Annual
WE United Women’s Futsal Tournament 2017

3th Annual
WE United Women’s Futsal Tournament 2016

2nd Annual
WE United Women’s Futsal Tournament 2015

More programs


Every Saturday, The WE United Project organizes friendly games for girls and women in Kathmandu. The games are open to all skill-levels and are meant to allow girls and women to build their understanding of the game and enhance their skills in a fun, competitive, yet supportive environment.


The Mahila Premier League, Kathmandu’s first women’s futsal league, provides girls and women with a professional and extensive platform to play, develop, and compete.¬†Over the course of eight weeks, eight teams compete for the title of Kathmandu’s best women’s futsal team!


Our Dare to Shine program teaches young women to coach soccer. This is a collaborative project with the U.S. Embassy and The WE United Project. Using sports they will teach girls in their home communities about safe spaces, sportswomenship and the power of female voices.

"Behind every goal, there's a hard working player."


Building connections, confidence, and solidarity among women and girls depends on creating opportunities and space within which women can grow. Please contact us if you share our vision and are interested in volunteering and/or partnering with The WE United Project.