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FIFA president Infantino urges Iran to lift stadium ban on women

SoccerNews.com Thursday, 19 September 2019
FIFA president Gianni Infantino has called on Iranian authorities to repeal a long-standing ban on women entering football grounds. Iranian woman Sahar Khodayari died this month after setting herself on fire while awaiting a court case, following her March arrest for attempting to sneak in disguise into the Azadi Stadium in Tehran. She was known as […]

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News video: Iran has 'assured' women can attend qualifier - Infantino

Iran has 'assured' women can attend qualifier - Infantino 01:43

FIFA president Gianni Infantino says that Iranian authorites have 'assured' him that women will be allowed to attend Iran's World Cup qualifier against Cambodia next month.

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