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Baichung Bhutia Football Schools expand reach with nationwide trials Baichung Bhutiya

Baichung Bhutia Football Schools expand reach with nationwide trials

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 27 Jun 2023, 02:36 am

Agartala/IBNS: Baichung Bhutia Football Schools (BBFS), powered by enJogo, has announced the commencement of trials for its residential academies. The trials, titled "100 Trials, 100 Cities and Unlimited Dreams," will take place at the Umakanta Academy playground in Agartala city on June 25.

BBFS, India's largest football academy, aims to select the best young players through the trials, which will be held in 100+ Indian cities based on football popularity.

With its already operational residential academies in Delhi, Maharashtra, Meghalaya, Hosur, and Kerala, BBFS offers scholarships worth over INR 2 Crores for talented footballers, covering academics, training, food, lodging, and competitive exposure.

The initiative aims to provide an ideal pathway for young footballers to reach the top and represent the nation.

Co-founder and CEO of Enjogo and Bhaichung Bhutia Football Schools, Kishore Taid, expressed the organization's commitment to expanding its operations and eventually covering every district in India.

Indian football legend and BBFS Co-founder, Baichung Bhutia, emphasized the importance of reaching out to every youngster and nurturing their talent to propel them to success in the sport, reported Northeast Today.

BBFS has a strong scouting network that has produced players who have gone on to represent India in various age-group teams, Indian Super League, I-League, and Santosh Trophy teams.

Prominent players like Gaurav Bora, Rohit Kumar, Aashique Kuruniyan, and several international stars have risen through the ranks of BBFS.

The trials are open to players born between January 1, 2006, and December 31, 2013. Participants are required to report at 8:30 AM IST, carrying their kits and a valid Government ID. A registration fee of INR 100 is applicable to all attendees.

Overall, BBFS's initiative seeks to identify and nurture talented footballers from diverse backgrounds, providing them with the resources and training necessary to excel in the sport.

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