Indian Women’s League football will take place early next year and will run till May. According to the All India Football Federation, more than 100 clubs have shown interest to participate in the Indian Women’s League. ICG Chief Executive Sunando Dhar said that 108 clubs from 14 states want to play in the Indian Women’s League. He said that our goal is to increase the number of matches.
Indian Women’s League football will take place early next year and will run till May.
Also said that 20 teams will participate in the second level (second division) league. It will start in January and then run in May, with a break during the Santosh Trophy. At the same time, President of Football Federation Praful Patel said that right now we have a lot of work to do. The preparations for the FIFA Under-17 Women’s World Cup 2020 are in full swing and the players are in practice under the supervision of new head coach Daniel Dennerboy.