The second season of the female college football club league established by the Korea Football Association last year begins.
The Korea Football Association announced on the 14th, “The ‘2023 Let’s Play Female College Football Club League’ will open at the Paju NFC (National Football Team Training Center) on the 15th. The opening ceremony will be held at 10:40 am, followed by the first round match.” .
Former national taekwondo representative Lee Dae-hun, the event’s public relations ambassador, also attends and encourages the players.
Unlike soccer tournaments that have been held as events for a short period of time, the female college students’ soccer club league, which is in its second year this year, is continuously held throughout the year to increase the satisfaction of players.
As in the previous competition, 14 teams will participate, 3 of which are allied teams made up of students from different universities.
The inaugural champion, Jeju National University club ‘Jerro’, will challenge for a second consecutive championship.
Until September, a full league of 13 games per team will be held, and the top 4 teams will play the championship in October to determine the strongest player.
The opening game and championship will be held at NFC in Paju, and other matches will be held at the soccer field in Yongsan Soccer Park in Seoul.
It is played with 8 players on a playground half the size of adult standards, and the first half and the second half last 25 minutes each.카지노사이트 If each team plays more than 2 matches per day, the first and second halves can be played for 20 minutes each.
Participating teams are provided with 10 Sports Tribe soccer balls, the official ball used by the Football Association. The winning team will receive a prize money of 3 million won.
The Korea Football Association plans to conduct soccer clinics for participating team leaders to expand the professionalism of female soccer clubs, and to expand the scope of participation in the league from female college students to all female adults in the future.