cardura tablets buy, buy zithromax. NEW DELHI: In an attempt to bolster the successful launch of the National Womena��s League, which is slated to kick-off later this year, the All India Football Federation conducted a Womena��s League Workshop at the AIFF Headquarters in the Capital today (July 05, 2016).
The Workshop was aimed to strengthen the Indian Senior Womena��s National Team by developing a sustainable and competitive environment for Womena��s Club Football. The workshop for the proposed National Womena��s League was attended by participants of various Hero Indian Super League Clubs (Delhi Dynamos, Chennaiyin FC, Kerala Blasters, FC Pune City, Atletico de Kolkata) and Hero I-League Clubs (Bengaluru FC, Aizawl FC, Mumbai FC).
Speaking on the occasion, AIFFa��s General Secretary Mr. Kushal Das said, a�?We believe that India has a lot of potential when it comes to Womena��s Football and we want to capitalize on thata�?
a�?We have the potential to qualify for the AFC Asian Cup and then go on to play the FIFA World Cup in 2019a�?
a�?Keeping in mind the planned development of Womena��s Football we will launch the Womena��s League in October 2016 and this Workshop aims to get a consensus for successful launch of the Leaguea�?, Mr. Das added.
Explaining the calendar planned for the development of Womena��s Football and the National Team, Mr. Das said, a�?The AFC U-19 Championship will be in October and we will have a National Camp before thata�?
a�?Next, we intend to hold the National Championship in November and December, while the final phase of the National Womena��s League will be held in January/ February 2017 building up to the Qualifiers in April 2017a�?
a�?The Womena��s League will also give us an opportunity to identify talent for the Senior Womena��s National Team in our quest to qualify for the FIFA World Cupa�?, the AIFF General Secretary stated.
The Workshop also informed the attending Clubs of the AIFFa��s National Womena��s League Club Licensing criteria, the structure of the proposed National Womena��s League and the roadmap for the qualification of the Senior Womena��s Team for the AFC Womena��s Asian Cup 2018.
a�?The Workshop aimed to brief the participants in how we would like to launch the National Womena��s League, whilst encouraging their feedback as to how they can make the League bettera�?, AIFFa��s Technical Director Scott Oa��Donell told www.the-aiff.com.
a�?We have done a lot of FIFA Live Your Goals programmes and we have seen the interest in the masses. We want to take this interest even further by launching the Womena��s Leaguea�?, he added.