HERO I-LEAGUE LAUNCHED BY STARS OF INDIAN FOOTBALL

Mentors/Star Makers Take Centre Stage at Hero I-League Launch

AIFF CONDOLES DEATH OF FORMER AIFF PRESIDENT MR. PRIYA RANJAN DASMUNSI

Mr. Dasmunshi passed away on November 20, 2017

BFC DEFEATS MUMBAI CITY FC 2-0

Bengaluru go top of the table with win over Mumbai

GOA EDGE PAST CHENNAI

Goa defeat Chennai 3-2 in tale of two halves

DR. SHAJI PRABHAKARAN ELECTED DELHI SOCCER ASSOCIATION PRESIDENT

Elections held for Delhi Soccer Association

  • 22 Nov
    2017

    Sub-Junior National Football Championships 2017-18

    MEGHALAYA
    DELHI

  • 22 Nov
    2017

    Sub-Junior National Football Championships 2017-18

    KARNATAKA
    MADHYA PRADESH

  • 23 Nov
    2017

    Sub-Junior National Football Championships 2017-18

    PUNJAB
    ASSAM

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  • 20 Nov
    2017

    Sub-Junior National Football Championships

    Karnataka
    Sports Authority of India (SAI)

  • 20 Nov
    2017

    Sub-Junior National Football Championships

    Madhya Pradesh
    Delhi

  • 19 Nov
    2017

    Sub-Junior National Football Championships

    Kerala
    Punjab

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  • COACHING & EDUCATION

  • REFEREEING

  • SCOUTING

Aiff Strategic Plan 2014-17

  • OBJECTIVES

    With the help of inputs from various stakeholders over the past year, we have developed the Federation’s first-ever 4-year strategy plan, which will build an efficient football ecosystem and pave the way for competitive success at the international stage.

    Shri Praful M Patel
    President, AIFF

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ACADEMIES

The aim of the FIFA-AIFF Academies would be to produce International quality Players for the National Team and Clubs over the next four years with an eye on participation in the FIFA U-17 World Cup.The concept of the Academy is to give the talented players between 12 and 18 (years old) a pathway for the future. After 2 years, the very best players will progress into an Elite academy and those players will also be part of the National Team.

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GRASSROOTS

Grassroots football is football for boys and girls between 6-12 years of age. Grassroots football is simple, fun and easy to organize and is an introduction to the game for any child. It provides children the access to football in a safe, enjoyable and positive environment. A good introduction of football to every child and ensuring that the children enjoy football, will help in the child continuing to participate in the sport in the long run.

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