FIFA U-17 World Cup will make India the center of women’s football: National team captain Ashalata

FIFA U-17 World Cup will make India the center of women’s football: National team captain Ashalata
FIFA U-17 World Cup will make India the center of women’s football: National team captain Ashalata

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“This is a golden opportunity for the future of Indian women’s football,” she said, urging Indians to come in large numbers to support the tournament. “I want to tell everyone that the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup 2022 needs your cooperation.

New Delhi, 4 September. India’s senior national team captain Ashalata Devi believes that the upcoming FIFA U-17 World Cup will make India the center of women’s football. The tournament is to be held in India from October 11 to 30. Ashalata said, “India will become the center of women’s football because of the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup. Many people in India do not know about women’s football but this tournament will be shown on TV and in many parts of the country people will know what women’s football is.

“This is a golden opportunity for the future of Indian women’s football,” she said, urging Indians to come in large numbers to support the tournament. “I want to tell everyone that the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup 2022 needs your cooperation. Players will be inspired by getting your support. I also appeal to all parents to support women’s football. Ashalata said people’s perspective about women’s football has changed over the years.

“Earlier people could not accept that girls also play football but now everyone around my house supports me. Whenever I go home I get a grand welcome.” The Indian team has to play all its group matches at the Kalinga Stadium in Bhubaneswar. India are placed in Group A along with Brazil, Morocco and the US.

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