Nepal's national U-18 Women's team which is currently in Jamshedpur, India for the SAFF U-18 Women's Championship held their first training session on Indian soil before their first encounter against India tomorrow.
The team traveled to the host city yesterday after receiving farewell from ANFA the day before. Darshan Bhakta Raj, the head coach is optimistic regarding Nepal's performance tomorrow. "It's always difficult to play against the home team but we will give our best and play as the situation demands", he said.
Nepal is eyeing to win the tournament this time. SAFF U-18 Women's Championship 2022 is going to be held from March 15-22 in Jamshedpur, India The matches will be played at JRD Tata Complex, Jamshedpur, India.
The round-robin tournament will be played between Nepal, India and Bangladesh and the team at the top of the table will be crowned champions.