The Reports say that four foreign women football teams have also reached Pakistan to play NWFC in Karachi.
According to the details, teams will be divided into four groups of five and 59 matches will be plaed. For the first time in the history of the competition, a Development Stage will be held parallel to the knockout stages, which will see teams dropping out from the Group Stage take on each other in a small knockout competition.
A conventional Knockout match would be played by to two teams and the winner will be declared as the NWFC champion.
PFF Normalisation Committee Chairman Haroon Malik said: “The National Women’s Football Championship is set to kick off and I’m extremely delighted. Pakistan Football Federation’s Primary aim is to provide development opportunities to players, the the important part of the football eco system.
Groups – National Women’s Football Championship
Group D: Diya WFC, Mohsen Gilani WFC, MUK FC, Nawanshehr United FA, Highlanders FC