FIFA said the situation in Afghanistan “remains unstable and very worrying.”
Earlier this week, former Afghanistan National Women’s team captain Khalida Popal pleaded with sporting bodies to “help get our players safe” because she fears for those left behind under the Taliban rule.
Many of the country’s female footballers have gone into hiding since the takeover.
“I have not been able to sleep, I have been crying and feeling helpless,” said Popal, who was pivotal in forming the first Afghanistan women’s football team in 2007.
During their previous rule some 20 years ago, the Taliban stopped girls from receiving any form of education.
Women were unable to leave their homes without a male relative, were not allowed to work and were forced to wear the all-covering burqa. Those who defied them commonly received punishments and beatings.