Japan Football Association

The Japan Football Association has elected to drop its hosting rights to this year’s Fifa Club World Cup amid the ongoing Covid-19 restrictions in the country, according to Kyodo News.

Sports streaming service DAZN has strengthened its commitment to women’s football after becoming the official broadcast partner of the Japanese Women Empowerment (WE) League for the next eight years.

Australia and New Zealand appear poised to land hosting rights to the 2023 Fifa Women’s World Cup amid reports that Japan will drop its bid for the national team football tournament.

The Japan Football Association has unveiled plans for the country’s first-ever women’s professional league, which will be known as the ‘WE League – Women Empowerment League’. The r

The Singapore-based Global Esports Federation has appointed a Brand, Marketing, Commercial and Communication Commission featuring an array of experienced sports industry executives

The national football federations of Japan and Iran have entered into a partnership agreement that will focus on the development of women’s football in the latter country, along with its ambitions to host the 2019 Asian Cup - the Asian Football Confederation's premier national team tournament.

The Japanese Football Association (JFA) has announced it will refocus on bidding for the 2023 Fifa Women’s World Cup after initially targeting the 2019 event, according to the Kyodo News agency.