India is close to hosting the 2022 Women ‘s Asian Cup, the tournament will be expanded to 12 teams

India is close to hosting the 2022 Women ‘s Asian Cup, the tournament will be expanded to 12 teams
Sauna, Yewang learned from the AFC that the AFC Women ‘s Football Committee has officially announced that India will host the 2022 Women ‘s Asian Cup, where the participating teams can expand to 12 with 8 points.For the first time, AFC India hosted the Asian Women ‘s Cup 2022.Figure / AFC official website Women’s Asian Cup began in 1975, is the 20th to 2022, the last tournament was held in 2018 in Jordan, this is the first time settled in West Asia.Women ‘s football matches are not new to India. In 1979, India hosted the Asian Women ‘s Cup. In 2016 and 2017, India hosted the U16 Women ‘s AFC Championship and the U17 Women ‘s World Cup.The countries and regions participating in the bid for the Asian Cup include Chinese Taipei and Uzbekistan, but in the view of the relevant heads of the AFC Women ‘s Football Committee, India has taken the lead in competition.”India provides the best business opportunity for this game and also increases the value of the game.India is also committed to developing its own women ‘s football.Although all three countries and regions are highly competitive, India surpassed hopes to stand out.”Although the final result has not yet been determined, India has been infinitely close to the right to undertake.If the 2022 Women’s Asian Cup eventually comes to India, then the U17 Women’s World Championship will also be held here.In addition, the AFC Women ‘s Football Committee formally decided to change the Women ‘s Asian Cup to begin “expansion” in 2022, increasing the number of teams directly in front to 12.The participating teams are divided into 3 groups, and the third group of the two teams with the best results before each group will advance to the quarter-finals.The committee stated that the race period is about 17 days, and the specific schedule will be determined after the release of the 2022 Qatar World Cup schedule.Editor Zhang Yunfeng proofreading Li Lijun