Money laundering: Delhi HC seeks Robert Vadra's response on ED's plea for cancellation his bail | No need to panic, says Sachin Tendulkar after India's defeat in first warm-up match | Chemistry has defeated mathematics: PM Modi in Varanasi | After scripting landslide victory, PM Modi in Varanasi to thank people of his constituency | Deplorable: Gambhir reacts to Gurugram incident where Muslim youth beaten up for wearing skull cap |

Baby League to promote football amongst J&K children

ANI | @indiablooms | 06 Dec 2018, 08:10 pm

Srinagar (Jammu and Kashmir), Dec 06 (ANI): Baby League, an innovative initiative for the promotion and development of football at school level is being held in Srinagar. Children aged between 4-13 years are participating in the league which is being hosted at a private institution at Sopore in North Kashmir’s Baramulla district. This league is an initiative of All India Football Federation (AIFF), supported by Jammu Kashmir Football Association. The motive of Baby League is to promote a level of comfort amongst youth of J&K with the sport of football. Grassroots level training will help groom talented players to excel and make their sports dreams come true. An estimated 198 children of different schools from in and around Sopore are participating in this unique football tournament. The league boasts of being free of any bias as it is open to both girls and boys in the age bracket set.

Baby League to promote football amongst J&K children

Comments ()

Post your comment:

Web Analytics