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India to Join Turkish Women’s Cup 2024 in Alanya

The Indian Women’s Football Team will feature in the prestigious Turkish Women’s Cup 2024, scheduled to unfold from February 21st to 27th in Alanya, Turkey. Leading the Indian contingent this time is their newly appointed Head Coach, Langam Chaoba Devi, a figure synonymous with the development of women’s football in India. This development represents a significant stride in Indian women’s football as they brace to compete against international teams.

The 2024 edition of the Turkish Women’s Cup will witness a face-off between four international teams hailing from India, Hong Kong, Estonia, and Kosovo. The competition is set to unfold over a span of seven action-packed days, asserting itself as a crucial event in the realm of women’s football.

Eagerly awaited by football enthusiasts worldwide, the Turkish Women’s Cup 2024 is characterized by a round-robin format. Each participating team is tasked with playing against all other teams once. The team securing the highest points at the end of all league stage matches is crowned as the champion of the tournament. This distinctive format allows equal opportunity for all teams and ensures heightened competition and suspense till the very end.

It’s noteworthy that this will be the third time India will make its appearance in the highly renowned Turkish Women’s Cup. The country made its inaugural appearance in the tournament in 2019 and was part of the subsequent 2021 edition too. This consistent participation showcases the strengthening and evolution of women’s football in India.

The Indian Women’s Football Team is set to kickstart their campaign in the Turkish Women’s Cup 2024 against Estonia on February 21. Following this opener, they are scheduled to take on teams from Hong Kong and Kosovo on February 24th and 27th, respectively.

In preparation for the tournament, the newly appointed India Senior Women’s Head Coach has identified a list of 30 probable players for a training camp. The training camp is scheduled to commence on February 10 in Bhubaneswar, to ensure the team is well-prepared and has ample time to train and strategize together before the tournament commences.

Schedule for India in the Turkish Women’s Cup 2024 (All Times in IST)

India’s matches in the Turkish Women’s Cup 2024 have been scheduled as follows:

Wednesday, February 21: India vs. Estonia at 7:00 pm IST

Saturday, February 24: India vs. Hong Kong at 7:00 pm IST

Tuesday, February 27: Kosovo vs. India at 4:00 pm IST

The 30 Probable Players Selected for the February Training Camp in Bhubaneswar

The players chosen to possibly represent India in the upcoming Turkish Women’s Cup 2024 are as follows:

Goalkeepers: Anshika, Elangbam Panthoi Chanu, Monalisha Devi Moirangthem, Shreya Hooda

Defenders: Ashalata Devi Loitongbam, Astam Oraon, Dalima Chhibber, Juli Kishan, Mamta, Ranjana Chanu Sorokhaibam, Shilky Devi Hemam

Midfielders: Anju Tamang, Indumathi Kathiresan, Kajol Dsouza, Karthika Angamuthu, Kritina Devi Thounaojam, Manisha, Pavithra Murugesan, Priyangka Devi Naorem, Sangita Basfore

Forwards: Grace Dangmei, Jyoti, Karishma Purushottam Shirvoikar, Kaviya Pakkirisamy, Lynda Kom Serto, Neha, Pyari Xaxa, Sandhiya Rangananthan, Sanju, Soumya Guguloth.


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