Russian football team kicked out of FIFA and UEFA competes in the tournament as a member of the South Asian Federation

Reporter Ahn Young-joon = Russia, which was banned from participation in competitions hosted by FIFA and UEFA in connection with the Russian invasion of Ukraine, will compete in SAFF-affiliated competitions. It draws attention.

On the 14th (Korean time), SAFF announced the schedule for the 2023 SAFF Women’s U17 Championship, which included Russia, and posted an introduction saying, “I am delighted that Russia is participating in this tournament. Is Russia ready to join?”

The SAFF U17 Championship will be held in Dhaka, Bangladesh, from 20 to 28 March. 온라인바카라

In addition to Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, and Nepal, five teams including Russia, which is not a SAFF member, will determine the winner in the full league.

According to the schedule announced by SAFF, the Russian women’s U17 national team will start with Bangladesh on March 22, then Bhutan on the 24th, Nepal on the 26th, and India on the 28th.

Meanwhile, Russia was kicked out during the FIFA Qatar World Cup European qualifiers due to the aftermath of the disciplinary action, and was also excluded from the UEFA Euro 2024 group draw.

Since then, the Russian Football Association, which has blocked the way to exchange international competitions, has shown a move to temporarily join the Asian Football Confederation (AFC), but no progress has been made at present.

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