The venue for the two international friendly games between Bangladesh and Malaysia women’s football team was shifted to Dhaka from Sylhet District Stadium due to the poor flood condition in Sylhet, said Bangladesh Football Federation through a media release on Friday.
The two games will now be held at the Bir Shrestha Shaheed Sepahi Mohammad Mostafa Kamal Stadium in Kamalapur on June 23 and 26.
The BFF decided to host the friendly games in Kamlapur Stadium in Dhaka instead of the previously decided Sylhet as the Sylhet District Stadium became unfit to run matches due to flood along with heavy rain, said the media release.
The Malaysians are expected to arrive in Dhaka on June 20.
Bangladesh will be playing these two games against Malaysia as part of their preparation for August’s SAFF Women’s Championship and also to improve their FIFA Rankings.
With these games, Golam Rabbani Choton’s charges will return to international stage after around a nine-month break.
The last time Bangladesh women’s team played an international game was in September 26, 2021, when they crushed Hong Kong 5-0 at the JAR Stadium in Tashkent, Uzbekistan following their AFC Women’s Asian Cup 2022 qualification Group G games, also held in Tashkent.
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