FIFA reminds India Women’s World Cup loss of U-17
FIFA has reminded the India football association that it risks losing the upcoming Un-17 women’s world cup and faces a ban due to deviations from an agreed roadmap aimed at sorting out the country’s troubled game. With less than nine months to go before the start of the tournament, the All India Football.
The Federation (AIFF) has failed to get the game certified by the world governing body, a mandatory requirement for participating in turn aments.
India football association is at risk of losing the upcoming Under-17 Women’s World Cup and facing a ban from FIFA due to deviations from an agreed roadmap aimed at sorting out the country’s governance problems. Learn more about the situation and what you can do to help
1. Who is FIFA?
With the 2018 FIFA World Cup in full swing is clear that sports are one of the most watched television events. However, this will be the first time that FIFA, the Federation Internationale de Football Association, the governing body for all football (soccer) matches, will be one of the first global sporting events to be streamed live in virtual reality (VR).
This is a very big deal because eSports continues to grow and gain global exposure. With the World Cup being streamed in VR, fans will be able to experience the event like never before.
2. Why did FIFA ban India Women’s World Cup?
FIFA has slapped a six-month ban on India and has also withheld the prize money of Rs 1.1 billion (approximately $17 million) for the country for not fulfilling the contractual obligations for the 2017 Under-17 World Cup till a significant part of the infrastructure projects are completed.
As per the contract, the All India Football Federation (AIFF) was supposed to provide eight training pitches, including two artificial turfs and four covered pitches, for the tournament. However, only four of them were ready for the first-leg matches. AIFF general secretary Kushal Das said that
3. How long does India have to get things in order?
India is a country filled with talent and potential. The youth of India is both educated and hard working. Yet, India has been held back by several issues. Corruption, bureaucracy, and lack of clear vision are some of the biggest problems in India. India has a lot of work to do, but how
long does it have to get things in order?
4. Why India football association is striving to host the FIFA U-17 Women World Cup in 2018.
the football team has been struggling for a while now. But there is one thing that is different about the Indian football team in 2017. The team is led by a 22-year-old woman named Asunta Lakra. She is the first woman to be the head coach at the national level. This blog will look at why the India football association is striving to host the FIFA U-17 Women World Cup in 2018 and how it will help the Asunta Lakra team to grow.
The world governing body of football (FIFA), on Wednesday, reminded the All India Football Federation (AIFF) that it risked losing the upcoming Under-17 Women World Cup and facing a ban if it failed to fulfill its commitments. AIFF has been accused of deviations from an agreed roadmap aimed at sorting out the crisis.