Women's Football Development
Saturday September 20, 2014

Sydney: FIFA’s ‘Live Your Goals’, a programme to inspire young girls and women to the game, has reached Australia.

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Kuala Lumpur: The AFC Women’s Assistance Programme has visited the Football Association of Malaysia to brainstorm ways to raise the profile of women’s football in the nation.

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Singapore: General Secretary of the Football Association of Singapore Winston Lee has presented an impressive Strategic Plan 2010 – 2015 during a visit by an AFC delegation and elaborated that women’s football is one of the 16 key areas of strategic development.

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Dhaka: Bangladeshi women’s football has rapidly grown since it started in 2003, the AFC Women’s Assistance Programme has found.

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New Delhi: India is setting the wheels in motion in its target to qualify for the 2018 AFC Women’s Asian Cup, the continent’s flagship national women’s team competition.

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Ho Chi Minh City: AFC Vice-President Moya Dodd lauded the efforts of the Vietnam Football Federation (VFF) for successfully hosting the AFC Women’s Asian Cup.

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Ho Chi Minh City: The AFC Women’s Committee, which met on the sidelines of the AFC Women’s Asian Cup, reviewed the progress of the women’s game in Asia and discussed on ways to spread it in all the Member Associations.

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Saipan: Northern Mariana Islands Football Association President Jerry Tan has expressed pride over the islands' women’s football which has grown by leaps and bounds since 2005 when there were virtually no female players in existence.

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Kuala Lumpur: The AFC Women’s Development Workshop was closed in the Malaysian capital on Saturday by AFC Vice President Moya Dodd who hoped the participants left the workshop with a renewed sense of empowerment to develop the women's game.

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Kuala Lumpur: Participants attending a woman’s football workshop in the Malaysian capital are inspired by the good work the AFC, other confederations and other MAs are doing to develop the women’s game in their countries. 

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