Members of CSC Women Soccer Indonesia pray during a training session in Jakarta. Women’s football in Indonesia is gaining in popularity, but there is still much to be done to make it as big as the men’s game. Photo: AFP via Getty Images Members of CSC Women Soccer Indonesia pray during a training session in Jakarta. Women’s football in Indonesia is gaining in popularity, but there is still much to be done to make it as big as the men’s game. Photo: AFP via Getty Images
Members of CSC Women Soccer Indonesia pray during a training session in Jakarta. Women’s football in Indonesia is gaining in popularity, but there is still much to be done to make it as big as the men’s game. Photo: AFP via Getty Images

Soccer-mad Indonesia embraces women’s game with launch of national league, but female fans still face a fight for acceptance

  • The development of women’s football in Indonesia has since seen significant progress, but there is still much to be done
  • Despite the launch of a national women’s premier league, Liga 1 Putri, some women feel they are not taken seriously as football fans, let alone as pundits

Topic |   Indonesia
Members of CSC Women Soccer Indonesia pray during a training session in Jakarta. Women’s football in Indonesia is gaining in popularity, but there is still much to be done to make it as big as the men’s game. Photo: AFP via Getty Images Members of CSC Women Soccer Indonesia pray during a training session in Jakarta. Women’s football in Indonesia is gaining in popularity, but there is still much to be done to make it as big as the men’s game. Photo: AFP via Getty Images
Members of CSC Women Soccer Indonesia pray during a training session in Jakarta. Women’s football in Indonesia is gaining in popularity, but there is still much to be done to make it as big as the men’s game. Photo: AFP via Getty Images
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