The Indian team has been drawn against Iran (January 20), Chinese Taipei (January 23) and China (January 26) in Group A of the competition that consists of 12 teams.
From the contingent, as many as nine match officials were previously appointed to the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup in France.
Host nation India go head-to-head against the Islamic Republic of Iran, who are making their debut, in the opening day action at the DY Patil Stadium in Navi Mumbai at 7.30 pm.
Head coach Thomas Dennerby's team will feel confident especially on home turf and having recently beaten Chinese Taipei in an international friendly.
The tagline was unveiled on occasion of the 100 days countdown for the tournament in which Continent's top 12 teams will contend for the prestigious title next year across Navi Mumbai, Mumbai and Pune
Kerala will also host the final round of the 75th Santosh Trophy National Senior Football Championship and the next junior and sub-junior national football championships for boys and girls.
Dalima, member of the Indian national team, also referred to the achievements of India's female athletes at the Olympics as a source of motivation.
Local elements of the host member association have been infused into the India 2022 tournament specific logo.
Maymol Rocky thinks that watching the continental tournament on home soil will raise the involvement of women in Indian football.
The Mumbai Football Arena at the Andheri Sports Complex and the Shiv Chhatrapati Sports Complex in Balewadi, Pune have been chosen as the new venues.
The tournament proper is supposed to be held in India from January 20 to February 6, 2022, while the qualifying event is currently scheduled for September 13 to 25 this year.