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Live Streaming AFC Women's Asian Cup-Timnas Indonesia

The 2022 AFC Women's Asian Cup is the 20th edition of the AFC Women's Asian Cup, the quadrennial international football tournament in Asia competed by the women's national teams in the Asian Football Confederation (AFC).


India was recommended as the host of the tournament by AFC Women's Football Committee and selected as the host in June 2020. It will be the second time that the country hosts the competition, the first being in 1979. On 28 January 2021, the AFC confirmed that the tournament would take place between 20 January and 6 February 2022, instead of the original scheduled dates of late October and early November.

For the first time in the competition, the final tournament was expanded from eight teams to twelve. It will serve as the final stage of Asian qualification for the 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup in Australia and New Zealand (Regulations Article 4.6), in which Australia already qualified automatically as a co-host. Five teams will qualify directly for the World Cup via the knockout stage (including play-offs for fifth place or possibly sixth place), and two more teams will advance to the inter-confederation play-offs.

The following three football associations submitted their interest to host the tournament by the 31 May 2019 deadline.

India, Chinese Taipei, Uzbekistan.

India had previously hosted the 1980 AFC Women's Championship, originally scheduled for 1979, and Chinese Taipei (Taiwan) had hosted the 1977 and 2001 editions of the tournament.

India was recommended as the host for the 2022 AFC Women's Asian Cup by the AFC Women's Football Committee on 19 February 2020. On 5 June 2020, India was awarded the hosting rights.

On 6 January 2022, the AFC announced the list of 16 referees, 16 assistant referees, two stand-by referees, two stand-by assistant referees and six video match officials for the tournament. Video assistant referees (VAR) would be used from the quarter-finals onwards. Law Bik Chi was selected for the tournament. However, she was unable to travel to India due to travel restriction. She was replaced by Wang Chieh.



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