China News Service, February 29th. Beijing time On the 28th, the AFC officially announced that the two rounds of home and away matches between the Chinese women's football team and the Korean women's football team in the Tokyo Olympic Women's Football Qualifier Playoff Match will be postponed to April 9 and 14. The match venue will be discussed at the AFC emergency meeting on March 2.
On February 13, the Tokyo Asian Games Women's Asian Qualifiers Group B final match was held in Sydney, Australia. The Chinese women were able to tie Australia 1: 1, ranking second in the Olympic qualifying group. The picture shows the Chinese team Zhang Xin (Red, No. 6) competing for a header in the game. Photo by China News Agency reporter Tao Shelan
After the previous stage of the Olympic preliminaries, the Chinese women's football team remained in Australia for training. According to the original plan, the team will travel to South Korea on March 2. The Chinese and South Korean women's football playoffs were originally scheduled for March 6th and 11th.
Affected by the new crown pneumonia epidemic, the Korean women ’s home game was cancelled on March 6, the Korean Football Association applied for an extension, and the Chinese women ’s football team has already scheduled the second round of home games in Sydney, Australia.
On February 27, the AFC has announced on the official Weibo that the playoffs for the Chinese and South Korean women's football have been postponed. Since then, the AFC has deleted information about the postponement of the Chinese and South Korean women's football playoffs.
In the afternoon of February 10th, in the women's Olympic preliminaries, the Chinese women's football team defeated the Chinese Taipei women's football team 5: 0, and a group round was made ahead of schedule. Next, the Chinese women's football team will play against the Australian women's football team at the end of the group stage. After that, they will play against the Korean or Vietnamese women's football team in the playoffs, and the winner will enter the Tokyo Olympics.
It is reported that the AFC will convene the heads of relevant member associations in East Asia and representatives of professional leagues at its headquarters in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on March 2 to discuss the schedule and matches of various football events affected by the epidemic. Local arrangements. (Finish)