FIFA planning to set up Five Academies in India

FIFA the governing body of World Football is planning to set up five academies in India. That was announced by Praful Patel, All India Football Federation President after he saw the historic clash between Argentina and Venezuela. He said, "Fifa is thinking of building football development academies in five places in India. Liverpool have recently opened an academy in New Delhi and will be setting up other centres as well, while Manchester United are likely to come up with a soccer school in Mumbai soon."

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Dipankar said...

ho thats a good news 4r junior footballers .but what about senior footballers ? i think we want some like as quality football ground , practice like profession ,good quality coaches ,world class football stadium .local supporters ...etc

Debraj Banerjee said...

Yes we Do...