Facing economic hardship and abuse in Iran, many Afghan returnees say they will 'never go back'.
'Peace is our motive,' said the organiser of the tournament.
Imran Khan's government has promised to grant citizenship to foreign nationals who were born in Pakistan, including millions of Afghan refugees.
An UN delegation accompanied by Pakistani film actress Mahira Khan visited Afghan refugees in Pakistan and committed to providing them with education.
The Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development is opening almost 5,000 carpet weaving workshops in nine provinces during the next three months, officials say.
The government is working to help displaced families return and has provided aid in the form of tents, blankets, flour, oil, sugar and cooking equipment.
Iran is taking advantage of Afghan refugees' desperation, promising them money and residency permits if they fight in Syria.
The drive to register the estimated 600,000 to 1 million Afghans will bring benefits and security to all sides of the issue.
The situation in Pakistan is improving, the UN High Commissioner for Refugees says.
With the Taliban out of the way, refugees say they want to return to open business and rebuild schools to ensure durable peace.
Improved conditions are encouraging Afghan refugees to return home, refugees and officials say.