Amman: Jordan ended their successful 2022 WAFF Women's Championship campaign with a perfect record following a 4-0 win against Palestine in the final round of matches at Petra Stadium on Sunday.
Jordan, who defeated Syria and Lebanon earlier to secure the title with a match to spare, owed their victory over Palestine to captain Maysa Jbarah who scored a hat-trick - her second of the competition – as she finished top of the scoring charts with six goals.
Jordan's Rawan Kassab was named the Best Goalkeeper of the Tournament while Lebanon's Layla Iskandar picked up the Best Player award.
Four Member Associations express interest to host AFC Women’s Asian Cup™ 2026
Kuala Lumpur: Following the invitation to all Member Associations (MAs) to express their interest in hosting the AFC Women’s Asian Cup™ 2026 by July 31, 2022, the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) has confirmed today it has received expressions of interest from four MAs.
The four MAs who have signalled their intention to stage Asia’s premier women’s football national team tournament are (in alphabetical order by country): Football Australia, Jordan Football Association (JFA), Saudi Arabian Football Federation (SAFF) and the Uzbekistan Football Association (UFA).
AFC Women’s Asian Cup™ India 2022 technical report now available
Kuala Lumpur: The AFC Women’s Asian Cup™ India 2022 technical report, now available on the-AFC.com, chronicles the showpiece from the technical perspective while presenting in-depth analysis on the 12 participating teams.
Highlighted by China PR’s historic ninth victory, each page incorporates informative data, analysis, and at a click of a button, readers can easily access video clips to have a clearer perspective of what transpired during matches.