Asian Women's Champions League to launch in August

Updated June 14 2024 - 4:05pm, first published 4:00pm
Beaten ALW grand finalists Melbourne City are set to represent Australia in the first women's ACL. (HANDOUT/Melbourne City FC)
Beaten ALW grand finalists Melbourne City are set to represent Australia in the first women's ACL. (HANDOUT/Melbourne City FC)

The inaugural Asian Women's Champions League will kick off in August with 22 teams competing for the top prize of $1.3 million, the biggest payout for women's club football on the continent.

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