Vientiane: Lao Football Federation has drafted a blueprint to develop women's football further and is looking confidently ahead to spur its growth for the future.
Colombo: Women’s football which has grown in popularity in Sri Lanka since its hosting of the AFC Girls’ Festival of Football in 2009 is set to receive more boost as it has started its AFC Women’s Assistance Programme.
Kuwait City: Kuwait FA President Sheikh Talal Fahad Al Sabah has pledged to support the promotion of women’s football in the Gulf nation and laid down several strategies.
Yangon: Myanmar has made considerable investments to perform well in continental and regional women’s competitions and have set up plans to promote the game generally in the ASEAN nation, Myanmar Football Federation President Zaw Zaw said.
Ho Chi Minh City: AFC Women’s Asian Cup 2014 hosts Vietnam are in the midst of preparation for the continent’s premier national women’s competition and expect to see a high quality of the women’s game.
Bishkek: The AFC Women’s Assistance Programme’ second project has kicked off in Kyrgyzstan with a successful development visit to the capital city from August 24 to 27 aimed at taking the women's game in the Central Asian nation higher.
Kuala Lumpur: Kyrgyzstan is set to be the second AFC Women’s Assistance Programme project which will start in August after the new women’s development programme kicked off its first project in Bhutan last month.