Pakistan’s Abiha Haider named amongst the ’30 Most Powerful Muslim in Sports’

Abiha Haider has made her way to the list of 30 ‘most powerful’ Muslim women in sports.

Abiha has been playing internationally on Pakistan’s behalf since 2010. She has been recognized both internationally and nationally as a football player and received many awards. Recently, she had the honor of making it to the list of ’30 Most Powerful Muslim Women in Sports.’

This achievement is an indication that women of Pakistan are second to none. They can achieve the milestones of their desire with hard work and determination.

Early Life

Abiha is a motivation for many. When she was just 14, she was given an invitation to join a Sports United Exchange Program hosted by Hilary Clinton at the White House. She holds ‘Two’ Guinness World Record for playing the ‘longest football match’.

The match lasted for 70 hours and was held in Lyon, France. Dr. Khalid Ranjha on behalf of CEO of Roots Millennium gave her a ‘Letter of Appreciation.’ She is also a ‘gold medal winner’, which she received from the First Lady of Pakistan in 2016.
In these times of global pandemic, she has been working to raise ‘awareness’ and playing her part to help.

She is an inspiration for women and specifically those from Pakistan who want to achieve heights and are into sports.

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