Hero Indian Women’s League

NEW DELHI: The All India Football Federation (AIFF) has decided to revamp and restructure women’s football in the country, in line with the Strategic Roadmap Vision 2047 that was decided on January 7.

To give women’s football a refreshed look and create improved economic opportunities, the AIFF has taken up the task of revamping the Indian Women’s League (IWL). Starting next season, it will be mandatory for the top eight participating teams in the IWL, to have a minimum of 10 Indian players on a fully professional annual contract worth a minimum of Rs 3.2 lakhs.

Dec 19, 2022 19:12
NEW DELHI: The AIFF League Committee has recommended that 15 teams should play in the Hero Indian Women’s League 2022-23 season, with 11 of the clubs coming through as the champions of their respective state Leagues, with four of the top teams from last season of the Hero IWL making up the rest of the numbers.
Nov 04, 2022 18:11
NEW DELHI: The 2022-23 season of the Hero I-League will be broadcast on two different television channels for the first time in the history of the competition, with the matches set to be shown on Eurosport and Doordarshan Sports. Apart from the two television channels, the Hero I-League will also be streamed live on Discovery+.
Mar 28, 2022 16:03
NEW DELHI: The Hero Indian Women’s League is all set for a return in the 2021-22 season, as it will be held in Bhubaneswar, Odisha, from April 15 onwards.
Jun 10, 2021 14:06
NEW DELHI: The All India Football Federation confirmed on Wednesday that the AIFF Women’s Football Committee is discussing the viability of hosting the fifth edition of the Hero Indian Women’s League (IWL), originally scheduled in Odisha from April to May this year. The new timelines for the same will be finalised after analysing the pandemic situation across the country.
Feb 15, 2020 19:02
BENGALURU: In what can be described as a nail-biting final, Gokulam Kerala were crowned champions of the 4th Hero Indian Women’s League (IWL) after a dramatic 3-2 victory over Kangchup Road Young Physical and Sports Association (KRYPHSA) FC at the Bangalore Football Stadium on Friday.
Jan 24, 2020 18:01
BENGALURU: The fourth edition of the Hero Indian Women’s League kicked off at the Bangalore Football Stadium here Friday. The 21-day long tournament will culminate with the Finals being played on the 14th February. The first-ever rolling trophy for the Hero Indian Women’s league was unveiled in a glittering ceremony in the city Thursday.
Jan 10, 2020 18:01
NEW DELHI: With the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup India 2020 on the horizon, the final round of the premier women’s football league of the country - Hero Indian Women’s League 2019-20 - will kick off at the Bangalore Football Stadium in Bengaluru on January 24. The fourth edition of the tournament will see 12 teams from all across the country fight it out for top honours.