The event will be staged from 30 September – 21 October next year in Jordan.Over the course of the 22 days, 16 teams will play a total of 32 matches across four stadiums.The first camp will commence in a week time from 27 October – 06 November at PNGFA Academy in Lae.The squad will then go for a week break before returning for the second camp from 23 November – 19 December.The final 20 will be announced after the second camp to travel to Moresby on 04 January 2016 for a week preparation before departing for Cook Islands to take part in a tournament.This tournament will be held in the Cook Islands from 9-23 January and will feature nine teams which have been split into two groups.Group A contains Samoa, Tonga, Solomon Islands, New Caledonia and defending champions New Zealand.Group B is made up of Fiji, Cook Islands, Vanuatu and Papua New Guinea. The top two teams from each group will progress to the semi-finals.PNGFA Women’s Football Development Officer Frederica Sakette asked the parents with the Local MA’s to assist their players in travelling to PNGFA Academy in Lae.The Squad: Port Moresby – Veronica Vanua, Grace Batiy, Dorcas Livuana, Margaret Joseph, Victyla Jackson, Joan Miping, Cheryl Ling, Marity Sep. Lae – Natasha Sagem, Francis Mani, Selina Unamba, Alison Paulias and Serah Tambol.Madang – Robertlyn Kig, Isabella Natera, Merdeces Hapoto, Marianne Niaman and Jennalyn Basse. Goroka – Eileen Daviaga and Samantha Mathan, Ramu – Faith Kasiray and Belinda Giada.Wabag – Zenna Mendai, Anna Sos, Norah Naleng and Deborah Meledi, Wewak – Bridgit Paime, Amatha Mistera and Eswin Matlaun, Markham – Loreta Yagum and Lois Desmond, Mumeng – Delta Samson and Leahy Loi.Kerema – Betany Morivaile and Anna Malara, Arawa – Jenta Tamaru and Sarah Matevai. Two players from Manus – Anila Robert and Sindy Frank. Doreen Martin from Kimbe and Dorothy Wamilat from Kavieng.