Anurag Thakur assures full assist from the federal government to make the FIFA U17 World Cup for ladies successful

Acting Secretary-General Sunando Dhar of the Indian Football Association (AIFF) has confirmed that Sports Minister Anurag Thakur has promised to go to FIFA Tournament Director Jaime Yarza with the total assist of the Indian Government in its bid to make the upcoming FIFA Women’s U-17 World Cup successful. throughout a gathering on Wednesday.

Yarza is presently on an inspection go to to guage the preparations for the 2022 FIFA U17 World Cup for Women in India which is scheduled to be held in India and he met with related authorities to make sure that every little thing goes in accordance with plan.

#JaimeYarza, Director Tournaments, FIFA and Sunando Dhar, Acting Secretary General, All India Football Federation (@IndianFootball) urged Sports Minister #AnuragThakur (@ianuragthakur). pic.twitter.com/O6cjZKh15b

– IANS (@ians_india) 13 July 2022

“It was a very rewarding visit and Shri Anurag assured us that the Government of India will go out of its way to provide everything needed for the tournament to be an overwhelming success. We intend to carry on the legacy of the FIFA U17 World Cup together. was held in 2017, and we are extremely grateful to the Government of India and FIFA for their support and guidance, Dhar said in a press release from AIFF.

The local organizing committee (LOC) for the FIFA 2022 U17 Women’s World Cup recently launched a volunteer program with the showpiece event scheduled to take place in Bhubaneswar, Goa and Navi Mumbai in India between 11 and 30 October.

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