The 2024 WK League Kicks Off on March 16th


2024 WK League Kicks Off on March 16th… The Championship is in November

Playoffs on November 2nd… Championship match on November 5th and 9th

The 2024 women’s unemployment soccer WK League opens on March 16.

The Korea Women’s Football Federation announced on the 20th, “The WK League, celebrating its 15th anniversary, will open on March 16 and begin a 7-month journey until the championship game in November.”

This season’s WK League title sponsor is the construction equipment brand ‘DEVELON’ of HD Hyundai Infracore, an affiliate of HD Hyundai.

In the first round match, which will be held at 2 p.m. on March 16, the matchup between Incheon Hyundai Steel and Gyeongju Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power (Incheon Namdong Stadium) will attract attention. 온라인카지노

Hyundai Steel, which achieved a combined 11 consecutive wins last year, is taking the first step toward a combined 12 consecutive wins, starting with a match against Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power, which took fourth place last season.

Matches between Seoul City Hall – Changnyeong WFC (Sangam Auxiliary Stadium), Suwon FC Women – Sejong Sports Toto (Suwon Sports Complex), and Hwacheon KSPO – Mungyeong Sangmu (Hwacheon Sports Complex) will also be held.

The 2024 WK League, in which eight teams participate, will have 28 rounds of regular league play until the end of September.

The playoffs (PO) between 2nd and 3rd place in the league will be held on November 2, and the championship game between the PO winner and the team ranked 1st in the regular league will be played home and away on November 5 and 9.

Ahead of the new season, each team strengthened its roster through active trade.

The transfers of top league players such as striker Kang Chae-rim (Hyundai Steel → Suwon FC Women), defender Jang Seul-gi (Hyundai Steel → KHNP), and attacker Choi Ji-na (Hwacheon KSPO → Hyundai Steel) are noteworthy.

However, it is disappointing for fans that ‘Jimesh’ Ji So-yeon left Suwon FC Women and transferred to Seattle Reign FC of the National Women’s Professional Soccer League (NWSL).

The Korea Women’s Football Federation said, “We plan to add more games on weekdays, weekends, and public holidays to create a scene where fans and players can breathe together at the ground.”


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