Philippines is one of the top teams in the first round of AFC Olympic qualification ©Getty Images

Seven groups have been drawn in the first round of the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) women's football qualification for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games.

Five groups of four and two groups of three were finalised today, with 2022 AFC Women's Asian Cup hosts India set to face Kyrgyzstan and Turkmenistan in Group G.

Group F, also consisting of three teams, features Chinese Taipei, Indonesia and Lebanon.

Chinese Taipei will expect to progress to the next round, having made the Asian Cup quarter-finals last year.

Philippines, who made the Asian Cup semi-finals, are in Group E with Hong Kong, Tajikistan and Pakistan.

Taliban-controlled Afghanistan is in Group C with Vietnam, Nepal and Palestine, while Thailand will be one of the favourites to qualify for the next stage, being drawn with Mongolia, Singapore and Sri Lanka.

Uzbekistan, Jordan, Timor-Leste and Bhutan are in Group A, while Group B consists of Myanmar, Iran, Bangladesh and Maldives.

These matches are to take place in a centralised venue from April 3 to 11, with each team playing each other once.

Hosts for the groups are still to be announced.

The winners of each group progress to the second round, where they are to be joined by the five highest-seeded Asian teams - North Korea, Japan, Australia, China and South Korea.

Australia finished fourth at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, with then-hosts Japan making the quarter-finals.

Three groups of four are to be drawn in round two, with the top team in each progressing too.

The best-ranked runner-up will be the fourth team.

From there, the remaining four teams are to be drawn into home-and-away matches in round three, meaning two teams will qualify for Paris 2024.