Mumbai: Head coach Shui Qingxia didn’t hold back when assessing China PR’s ambitions for the AFC Women’s Asian Cup India 2022™, declaring a record extending ninth continental title is not beyond their reach.
The Steel Roses will begin their Group A campaign against Chinese Taipei at Mumbai Football Arena on Thursday.
The greatest show in Asian women’s football begins tomorrow
Maharashtra: When the first match between China PR and Chinese Taipei kicks off on Thursday at 3.30pm, it will mark the start of a thrilling campaign in the AFC Women’s Asian Cup India 2022™ where Asia’s leading women’s national teams go head-to-head for the coveted trophy.
Played across three venues at the D.Y. Patil Stadium in Navi Mumbai, the Mumbai Football Arena and Shiv Chhatrapati Sports Complex in Pune, the showpiece will celebrate women’s football across the Continent and provide a platform for the current and future stars to shine.
Kuala Lumpur: With the 20th edition of the highly anticipated AFC Women’s Asian Cup in India kicking off on January 20, the-AFC.com looks at four stars who could shine in a competitive-looking Group A.
Returning for the first time in nearly two decades, hosts India go up against eight-time champions China PR, three-time winners Chinese Taipei and debutants Islamic Republic of Iran. Here's our quartet of players to look out for.