This is the second tournament of FIFA in the country, hosted under-17 male football World Cup in 2017
Due to the successful organizing of that tournament, host of the Under-17 Women's Football World Cup
new Delhi. India will host the FIFA Under-17 Women's Football World Cup to be held in 2020. America's decision to host India in the FIFA Council meeting on Friday night in Miami was stamped on. The FIFA Women's World Cup gave its information on its official Twitter handle He wrote, "Confirmed: Indian Football 2020 Under-17 Women's Football World Cup will be hosted in India."
CONFIRMED: @IndianFootball will host the 2020 # U17WWC in #India 🇮🇳. pic.twitter.com/kvRMR80RMO
– FIFA Women's World Cup 🇫🇷 (@FIFAWWC) March 15, 2019
AIFF president promises to make grand tournaments
This is FIFA's second tournament, which will be in India. India has already hosted the Under-17 Men's Football World Cup in 2017. Because of the successful organizing of that tournament, India has hosted the Under-17 Women's Football World Cup. All India Football Federation (AIFF) President Praful Patel also confirmed the news. He said that we will make this a very successful sporting event. He tweeted, "It is a matter of great pride and respect for getting the responsibility of organizing the FIFA Under 17 Women's Football World Cup 2020."
4⃣ years, 2⃣ World CupsHistoric moment for India 🇮🇳 👊👊 #IndianFootball #BackTheBlue #ShePower https://t.co/GfXjtWTuof
– Indian Football Team (@IndianFootball) March 15, 2019
11 years ago FIFA started the tournament
At present, the Indian Women's Football Team is taking part in the Saif Woman's Championship in Nepal in 2019. On Wednesday, he won his first match 6-0 against the Maldives. India has never lost in the SAF Championship and has won the title four times. FIFA started the Under-17 Women's Football World Cup from 2008. It happens every two years. For the first time North Korea won the title of this tournament. Spain became champion last year and Mexico runner-up New Zealand and Canada were ranked third and fourth respectively. India will participate in this tournament for the first time.
Javier Seppi, Director of the FIFA U-17 Men's World Cup Tournament, congratulated India on being declared host for the event. He tweeted, "Good news for India and women's game."
@IndianFootball will host the FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup 2020. Amazing news for India and the women's game !!!
– Javier Ceppi (@JavierCeppi) March 15, 2019