pff.org.ph/2021/07/29/phi-wnt-training-camp-to-be-held-in-the-united-states/ PHI WNT training camp to be held in the United States Thursday, July 29, 2021 With the target of reaching the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 in sight, the Philippine Football Federation (PFF) aims to strengthen its player pool of the Philippine Women’s National Team with a training camp and player tryouts set this August 2021 in Orange County, California, United States. The tryouts and training camp mark the team’s preparations for the AFC Women’s Asian Cup Qualifiers scheduled for 13-25 September 2021. The Philippines, ranked 68th in the FIFA Rankings, will face Hong Kong (ranked 76th) and Nepal (ranked 100th) in Group F of the qualifiers. The top team at the end of the group stage will qualify for the AFC Women’s Asian Cup India 2022 next year, for a chance to qualify to the FIFA Women’s World Cup. Philippine Women’s National Team head coach Marlon Maro will oversee the tryouts and training camp in the United States. Joining him are assistant coaches Rose Ton Barinan, Michael Agbayani, Anthony Albao, and Marlon Pinero, together with physiotherapists Red Sajonia, Anna Demigillo, and Stella Perreras. PFF invites all interested US-based women’s football players to join the tryouts which will be held on 04-12 August 2021. Player requirements are as follows: Must be at least 18 years old Hold a valid Philippine passport Players must also send the following items to PWNT2021@gmail.com and fill in the form in the QR code attached on or before 30 July 2021: Player CV Three (3) minute highlight video link One (1) full match video link (preferred) https://www.facebook.com/philfootballfederation/posts/2991076294503851 The Philippine Women’s National Team will conduct tryouts for players based in the United States this August 2021. The tryouts are part of the team’s preparations for the AFC Women’s Asian Cup Qualifiers this September 2021. Interested US-based players may fill up the form in the QR code and submit their requirements to PWNT2021@gmail.com ___ I think even if you don't have a Philippine passport at the moment, you can still apply and send your credentials as long as you state your intention in getting one for future events. You can apply for a passport as long as you can prove that at least one of your parents is from the Philippines. Many of the national team players are also Fil Ams and Fil Canadians who they recruited originally from the US NCAA ranks, so I don't think it would be too difficult to adjust and have used their status in the Philippine women's national football team to gain entry in women's professional leagues abroad after graduation in Europe and Asia esp. in Japan where there is a quota of Asian players per team that are counted as local players. The Philippine Women's National Team is ranked 65th in the women's FIFA ranking as of December 2020 and is considered among the stronger women's football nations in Asia, giving them a decent chance to make the FIFA Women's World Cup which is their ultimate goal.