Footballer: Make Your Favorite Sport Your Career! Find Out How!
Football Game History:
The origin of football in India can be traced back to mid-nineteenth century when the game was introduced by British soldiers. Initially, games were played between army teams. However, clubs were soon set up around the country. Calcutta FC was the first club to be established in 1872, though reports suggest that they were initially a rugby club and switched their attentions to football as late as 1894. Other early clubs include Dalhousie Club, Traders Club and Naval Volunteers Club. Several other football clubs like Sovabazar, Mohun Bagan and Aryan Club were established in Calcutta around the 1890s. Calcutta, then capital of British India, soon became the hub of Indian football. Tournaments like Gladstone Cup, Trades Cup and Cooch Behar Cup was also started around this time. The Durand Cup and IFA Shield were both started in late nineteenth century.
Playing pro football, just like all major professional sports, takes an extraordinary amount of talent, an equal amount of luck, and a phenomenal amount of perseverance and dedication. This is not a sport for the lazy, for the easily distracted, or for someone who just wants the fame and fortune without the pain and agony that it takes to achieve the dream.
Eligibility to become a footballer:
If you graduate from high school without a football scholarship ? and you still want to be involved in the sport ? you'll need to look at your options. Still, there are many people who absolutely love the game, want to be involved, yet aren't all that thrilled with the very real possibility of sustaining a major life changing injury during a game. If that sounds like you, there's still hope!
- Have a Burning Motivation
- Train Smart
- Believe You Can Achieve
On 21 April 2016, over a year after the AIFF started plans for a women's football league, the AIFF President, Praful Patel, said that a women's football league would kick off in October 2016 with six teams to be decided, with the goal to expand to eight teams by 2017. Just over two months later, on 5 July 2016, the AIFF organized a workshop to discuss the India women's national team and discuss the proposed women's football league. Five Indian Super League sides (Delhi Dynamos, Chennaiyin FC, Kerala Blasters, FC Pune City, Atletico de Kolkata) and three I-League teams (Bengaluru FC, Aizawl FC, Mumbai FC) attended the workshop. It was announced that the league would feature the eight teams in the league and two other spots would be determined through a pre-qualification round. On 14 October, the AIFF announced that the preliminary rounds for the Women's League would begin on 17 October 2016 in which ten teams are split into two groups of five teams each, with the winner from each group qualifying for the national finals
Athletic (talent) scout What you'd do: You don't have a game without the players!
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Top Football Academies:
Premier India Football Academy, Mumbai
Football School Of India, Mumbai
SIA International Football Academy, Spain