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JORDAN 2018

With the support of His Royal Highness Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein of Jordan and the Asia Football Development Project, EPF is thrilled to have found its next challenge and world record: Jordan 2018. This will be a 3-part challenge across Jordan and several countries in Asia, supporting the development of local women's football, delivering a message of inclusivity and equality, and helping to expand the reach of the AFC Asian Women's Cup across the continent.

 

Part 1: EPF Camps in Asia > through its local partners EPF will deliver camps, recruit and train ambassadors in Asia with focus on the countries sending teams to the AFC Asian Women's Cup to be held in Jordan in April 2018 - promoting the game at the community level and the tournament at the international level.

 

Part 2: EPF Jordan Challenge > With its new Asia team, EPF will launch a 12-day adventure challenge tour of Jordan to play exhibition games and deliver camps for local communities across the country - which will be timed to help launch the AFC Asian Women's Cup.

 

Part 3: EPF World Record at the Dead Sea > To finish the challenge EPF will play its next world record game at the Dead Sea, the lowest point on Earth, therein completing the world records for both the highest and lowest FIFA games in history in less than 1 year.