FIFA U-17 Girls’s World Cup India 2022 set for official draw

FIFA U-17 Girls’s World Cup India 2022 set for official draw

Up to date: Jun 22, 2022 18:26 IST

New Delhi [India], June 22 (ANI): The official draw of the upcoming FIFA U-17 Girls’s World Cup India 2022 will happen on Friday.Being the hosts, India is an automated choice and is positioned in Group A. Fifteen different groups can be positioned throughout 4 teams through the official draw that can be dwell on Sports18 1.The matches can be held at Bhubaneswar’s Kalinga Stadium, Goa’s Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium and Navi Mumbai’s DY Patil Stadium.The event kicks off on October 11 in Bhubaneswar and Goa. India will play all their round-robin video games on the Kalinga Stadium, together with their opening fixture on Day 1 of the occasion.The schedule additional revealed that the 24 group stage video games will conclude on October 18 and the matches can be shared amongst all three host states – Odisha, Goa and Maharashtra. The quarterfinal spherical of video games can be held on October 21 and 22 following which the semis can be held on 26 on the Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in Fatorda.4 days later, a third-place match will function the precursor to the ultimate on the DY Patil Stadium.The India U17 girls’s crew will tackle hosts Italy of their first match of the sixth Torneo Feminine Soccer Event which is about to kick off on Wednesday within the Gradisca d’lsonzo stadium, Italy.After their preparatory camp in Jamshedpur, the event will function a part of its preparation for the FIFA U-17 Girls’s World Cup that’s set to be held from October 11, 2022.On the again of the profitable FIFA U-17 World Cup 2017, which broke the file for being FIFA’s most attended youth World Cup ever, India 2022 is carrying on a constructive legacy. This youth event has touched the lives of two,500 youngsters via its Kick Off The Dream Soccer Carnivals, two editions of which have been held in Odisha.Selling girls in management, the Native Organising Committee (LOC) has additionally outfitted the Indian footballing ecosystem with 162 feminine coaches within the grassroots via its legacy initiative, the Coach Schooling Scholarship Programme. Additional editions of each, the teaching programme and the soccer carnival, are deliberate within the lead-up to the October 11 kick-off. (ANI)

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