International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA) Blind Football has invited female players to take part in an international training camp and game due to be held next year in Tokyo and Saitama.
The camp will take place from February 21 to 24 and follows the first of its kind in Vienna in Austria in 2017.
The camp will feature two days of training, including a session on the rules as well as practical training.
There will then be a match between the Japanese national team and a team made up of players from other countries.
This will be played February 23 on the indoor pitch at the Saiden Chemical Arena in Saitama City.
The camp is supported by the International Blind Football Foundation and the Japan Blind Football Association (JBFA), who are the local organisers.
"As men’s blind football continues to grow at an incredible rate we want to ensure that the women’s game is developing too,” said Ulrich Pfisterer, IBSA Blind Football committee chairperson.
"I cannot think of a better place to host the next women’s camp than Japan, where the thirst for Para sports increases with each day that passes as the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics edge closer.
"We are working with the local organisers to ensure that the event is of the highest quality,” he continued.
"We are expecting there to be around 1,000 spectators for the match at the end of the camp, so this is an unique opportunity for players and teams to not only gain valuable skills and knowledge, but experience the buzz of a major event as well.
“My thanks go to the IBF Foundation and the JBFA for their generous support and efforts in helping us to take the next step in building women’s football.”
Tokyo is due to host the 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games.