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India women's national under-19 football team

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India women's national under-19 football team

India U-19 Women's National Team
Association All India Football Federation
Confederation Asian Football Confederation (Asia)
Captain Grace Dangmei
Most caps None
Top scorer None
FIFA ranking unknown
Highest FIFA ranking unknown (unknown)
Lowest FIFA ranking unknown (unknown)
AFC U-19 Women's Championship
Appearances 1

The India women's national under-19 football team represents India in women's under-19 tournaments.

The India U-19 team participated in the 2009 AFC U-19 Women's Championship qualification round at Kuala Lumpur from 29 October - 7 November 2008. India will host the AFC U-19 Women's Championship 2013 Qualifying Rounds from October 19 to 28, 2012. India will lock horns with Uzbekistan U19, Kyrgyzstan U19, Bangladesh U19 in Group A.

See also

U 19 National football team Staff: Shukla Dutta- Head Coach Priya.P.V - Asst Coach Chitra Gangadharan- Goalkeeper Coach Rashmi - Physio Indu Choudhry - Manager


External links

  • India women's U-19 team page on the AIFF website
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