The Coronavirus latest on the Women’s Football/Soccer Worldwide Games and Tournaments


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Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said an Olympic postponement “may become inevitable” Due to the Coronavirus



In light of developments due to the spread of COVID-19 in Europe and the related travelling restrictions imposed by governments, all elite round mini-tournaments of the WU17 and WU19 European championships, due to take place between the 14th March and 14th April 2020, are postponed.

All UEFA competitions and matches (including friendlies) for clubs and national teams for both men and women have been put on hold until further notice.



Football will have an important role to play in the weeks and months ahead as the world returns to normality, but now our focus is firmly on protecting the well-being of all those who are involved in our great game.

Each of you, in varying degrees, have been affected by the Covid-19 pandemic and many of your Governments have taken swift and strong action to prevent its spread and limit its impact on your communities including partial lockdown or restricting moment.

Indeed, in Malaysia, the home of AFC House, the Government has, as you have been informed, imposed a Movement Control Order and, as a precaution, the AFC had starting 17 March 2020 imposed a two week “work from home” initiative to safeguard the staff and their families from further exposure and will be extended if necessary.

In the meantime, business continues as normal to serve the needs of all our Member and Regional Associations as well as our wide range of stakeholders. I have instructed the Administration to process all approved AFAP payments on an urgent basis to ensure salaries of staff and other contractual payments can be made without any delay.

As you know the rapid spread of the Covid-19 virus has led to the AFC, with your agreement, postponing matches and events. The AFC thanks you for your continued support, advice and co-operation.










  1. vanjory 2 years ago

    Sad day for everything.

  2. Mark 2 years ago

    What about South America??

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