Bangladesh National Women's Football team, now in Nepal, held a conditioning, gym and practice session in Kathmandu on Tuesday, after all the players and coaching staff of the team tested negative for Covid-19.
Touring Bangladeshi women booters had strength, conditioning and gym sessions at the team hotel in the morning from 10:30 am to 12 noon and had an outdoor practice session in the afternoon at the ATF Stadium in Halchowk from 3 pm to 4:30 pm.
The sky of Kathmandu was cloudy on Tuesday and witnessed light rain during Bangladesh practice session.
Earlier on Monday, a 32- member Bangladesh Women's team reached Kathmandu on way to Uzbekistan by a chartered flight of Biman Bangladesh Airlines to play two FIFA Tier-1 International friendly football there.
Bangladesh Women's will play Nepalese National Women's team on Sept 9 and 12 at the Dasharath Stadium in Kathmandu ahead of the AFC Women's Asian Cup'2022 India Qualifiers in Uzbekistan.
It will be the first international match for Bangladesh national women's booters in more than two and half years since playing the semifinal of SAFF Championship against India in March 2019.
After playing two preparatory matches in Nepal, Bangladesh Women's team will directly fly to Uzbekistan on Sept 14 to play the qualifying round of the AFC Women's Asian Cup there on September 19-24.
Bangladesh, which was placed in Group G of the Asian meet with stronger Jordan and Iran, will play Jordan on Sept 19 and IR Iran on Sept 22, both in Tashkent.