ALL INDIA FOOTBALL FEDERATION - Activity Report 2017

ALL INDIA FOOTBALL FEDERATION - Activity Report 2017

ALL INDIA FOOTBALL FEDERATION - Activity Report 2017

ALL INDIA FOOTBALL FEDERATION Activity Report - 2017

ALL INDIA FOOTBALL FEDERATION - Activity Report 2017

ROLL OF HONOUR National Football Championship for Santosh Trophy 2017-18 Winner : Services Runners-Up : Maharashtra Junior National Football Championship for Dr. B. C. Roy Trophy 2017-18 Winner : Uttar Pradesh Runners-Up : West Bengal Sub-Junior National Football Championship 2017-18 Winner : SAI Runners-Up : Meghalaya 1st Khelo India School Games 2018 Winner : Mizoram Runners-Up: Punjab Boys U-17 Competitions Winner : Mizoram Runners-Up: Punjab Third Place : Delhi Girls U-17 Competitions Winner : Haryana Runners-Up : Manipur Third Place: Odisha International Competitions/Matches Tri-Nation Series Teams : India, St.

Kitts & Nevis & Mauritius Winner : India Runner-Up : St. Kitts & Nevis Third Place: Mauritius AFC Cup 2017 -Zonal Champions South Zone : JSW Bengaluru FC SAFF Women's Championship - 16-17 Winner : India Runner-Up : Bangladesh National Competitions - Men/Boys

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Date Event Venue Teams Result 19.09.17 SAFF U-18 Championship 2017 Bhutan India Vs Bangladesh 3-4 lost 22.09.17 SAFF U-18 Championship 2017 Bhutan India Vs Bhutan 3-0 Won 25.09.17 SAFF U-18 Championship 2017 Bhutan India Vs Maldives 2-1 Won 27.09.17 SAFF U-18 Championship 2017 Bhutan India Vs Nepal 2-0 Lost 28.10.17 International Friendly 2017 Aspire Academy, India 0-1 (Against National team) Doha Vs Qatar National Team 30.10.17 Friendly match against Aspire Academy India 3-1 Al Gharafa Club Doha Vs Al Gharafa 04.11.17 AFC U-19 Championship 2018 Saudi Arabia India 0-5 (Qualifiers) Vs Saudi Arabia 06.11.17 AFC U-19 Championship 2018 Saudi Arabia India 0-0 (Qualifiers) Vs Yemen 08.11.17 AFC U-19 Championship 2018 Saudi Arabia India 3-0 Vs Turkmenistan 2 divisan Results International Competitions PERFORMANCE REPORT OF THE INDIAN NATIONAL SENIOR MEN TEAM FOR THE YEAR 2017 Date Event Venue Teams Result 22.03.17 International Friendly against Cambodia Cambodia Cambodia-India 2-3 Won 28.03.17 AFC Asian Cup (Q) Final(Away) Yangon, Myanmar Myanmar-India 0-1 Won 07.06.17 International Friendly against Nepal Mumbai, India India-Nepal 2-0 Won 13.06.17 AFC Asian Cup (Q) Final(Home) Bangalore, Karnataka India-Kyrgyzstan 1-0 Won 19.08.17 Hero Tri Nation Friendly Series Mumbai Football Arena India Vs Mauritius 2-1 Won 24.08.17 Hero Tri Nation Friendly Series Mumbai Football Arena India Vs St.Kitts &Nevis 1-1 draw WON the Hero Tri Nation Friendly Series 05.09.17 AFC Asian Cup (Q) Final (Away) Macau Macau Vs India 0-2 Won 11.10.17 AFC Asian Cup (Q) Final (Home) Bangalore, Karnataka India Vs Macau 4-1 14.11.17 AFC Asian Cup (Q) Final (Home) PJN, Goa India Vs Myanmar 2-2 28.03.18 AFC Asian Cup 2019 (Q) Final (Away) Kyrgyzstan Kyrgyzstan Vs India 19.07.17 AFC U-23 Championship (Q) Doha, Qatar India Vs Syria 0-2 Lost 21.07.17 AFC U-23 Championship (Q) Doha, Qatar India Vs Qatar 0-1 Lost 23.07.17 AFC U-23 Championship (Q) Doha, Qatar India Vs Turkmenistan 3-1 Won PERFORMANCE REPORT OF THE INDIA U-19 NATIONAL MEN TEAM FOR THE YEAR 2017 1

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Date Event Venue Teams Result 22.04.17 International Friendly against Egypt NT Cairo, Egypt Al-Ahly Club-India U-16 1-2 Won 23.04.17 International Friendly against Smouha Club Cairo, Egypt Smouha Club-India U-16 1-3 Won 19.08.17 SAFF U-15 Championship 2017 Kathmandu, Nepal India Vs Maldives 9-0 Won 23.08.17 SAFF U-15 Championship 2017 Kathmandu, Nepal India Vs Nepal 2-1 Won 25.08.17 SAFF U-15 Championship 2017 Kathmandu, Nepal India Vs Bhutan 3-0 Won 27.08.17 SAFF U-15 Championship 2017 Kathmandu, Nepal India Vs Nepal 2-1 Won WON THE CHAMPIONSHIP 03.09.17 International Friendly 2017 Aspire Academy, Doha India Vs Qatar 1-0 Won (Against National team) 10.09.17 Friendly match against Club Aspire Academy, Doha India Vs Al Sadd 2-2 Draw 15.09.17 Friendly match against Club Aspire Academy, Doha India Vs Al Duhail FC 5-0 won 20.09.17 AFC U-16 Championship 2018 Kathmandu, Nepal India Vs Palestine 3-0 won (Qualifiers) 22.09.17 AFC U-16 Championship 2018 Kathmandu, Nepal India Vs Nepal 2-2 draw (Qualifiers) 24.09.17 AFC U-16 Championship 2018 Kathmandu, Nepal India Vs Iraq 0-0 Draw (Qualifiers) QUALIFIED FOR THE AFC U-16 CHAMPIONSHIP PERFORMANCE REPORT OF THE INDIAN NATIONAL SENIOR MEN TEAM FOR THE YEAR 2017 Date Event Venue Teams Result 06.10.17 FIFA U-17 World Cup 2017 JLN, New Delhi India Vs USA 0-3 Lost 09.10.17 FIFA U-17 World Cup 2017 JLN, New Delhi India Vs Columbia 1-2 Lost 12.10.17 FIFA U-17 World Cup 2017 JLN, New Delhi India Vs Ghana 0-4 Lost PERFORMANCE REPORT OF THE INDIA U-17 NATIONAL MEN TEAM FOR THE YEAR 2017 2

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Match Date Opponent Venue Result Score No line 1 18.4.2017 Vitoria de Setubal Troia lost 1--2 2 25.4.2017 Belenenses Jamor lost 1--2 3 27.4.2017 Benfica Seixal Draw 2--2 4 1.5.2017 Estoril Jamor lost 1--4 5 5.5.2017 Benfica Seixal lost 0--3 6 9.5.2017 Sporting Club portugal Alcochete Lost 1--2 7 16.5.2017 St Leu Paris Draw 1--1 8 19.5.2017 U-17 Italy National Team Arezzo Won 2--0 9 23.5.2017 Lega Pro Fiuggi Draw 1--1 10 24.5.2017 Lazio Fiuggi Draw 0--0 11 25.5.2017 Valmantone Valmantone Won 3--0 12 2/6/2017 U-17 Team of Gund 1986 FC Budapest Won 12--2 13 7/6/2017 U-17 National Team of Serbia Kaposvar Draw 0--0 14 14/6/2017 U-17 National Team of Macedonia Kaposvar Draw 0--0 15 18/6/2017 Madrid Selection Team Madrid Won 4--0 16 24/6/2017 AD Complutense Alcala Madrid Won 11--0 17 29/6/2017 Trival Valderas Alcorcon Madrid Lost 0--1 18 3.8.2017 U-17 Mexico National Team Centro de Alto Rendimiento Lost 1--5 19 4.8.2017 U-17 Colombia National Team Centro de Alto Rendimiento Lost 0--3 20 6.8.2017 U-17 Chile National Team Centro de Alto Rendimiento Draw 1--1 21 6.10.2017 U-17 USA National Team New Delhi lost 3--0 22 9.10.2017 U-17 Colombia National Team New Delhi lost 2--1 23 12.10.2017 U-17 Ghana National Team New Delhi lost 4--0 Practice Match results of U-17 India Team at Portugal, France, Italy, Hungary, Spain and Mexico and U-17 FIFA World Cup 3

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RA Team Name Points Played Won Draw Lost Goals For Goals Goals Against Differencce 1 NEROCA FC 26 10 8 2 0 23 4 19 2 Southern Samity 17 10 5 2 3 16 15 1 3 DELHI UNITED 12 9 3 3 3 12 16 -4 4 Fateh Hyderabad AFC 11 10 2 5 3 9 11 -2 5 LoneStar Kashmir Football Club 6 9 1 3 5 8 13 -5 6 Kenkre FC 6 10 1 3 6 11 20 -9 PERFORMANCE REPORT OF THE 2ND DIVISION LEAGUE FOR THE YEAR 2017 Points Table 4

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Match Date Time Team A Score Team B No 1 07-04-2017 15:00:00 Southern Samity 1 : 1 NEROCA FC 2 08-04-2017 16:00:00 Fateh Hyderabad AFC 0 : 0 LoneStar Kashmir Football Club 3 09-04-2017 16:00:00 Kenkre FC 2 : 2 DELHI UNITED 4 12-04-2017 16:00:00 Kenkre FC 0 : 1 NEROCA FC 5 12-04-2017 16:00:00 Fateh Hyderabad AFC 0 : 1 DELHI UNITED 6 13-04-2017 15:00:00 Southern Samity 1 : 0 LoneStar Kashmir Football Club 7 16-04-2017 16:00:00 Fateh Hyderabad AFC 0 : 0 NEROCA FC 8 17-04-2017 15:00:00 Southern Samity 1 : 0 DELHI UNITED 9 18-04-2017 19:30:00 Kenkre FC 1 : 1 LoneStar Kashmir Football Club 10 21-04-2017 14:30:00 NEROCA FC 5 : 0 DELHI UNITED 11 22-04-2017 19:30:00 Kenkre FC 2 : 0 Southern Samity 12 25-04-2017 11:00:00 LoneStar Kashmir Football Club 0 : 1 Fateh Hyderabad AFC 13 29-04-2017 17:15:00 Fateh Hyderabad AFC 1 : 3 Southern Samity 14 29-04-2017 14:30:00 NEROCA FC 2 : 0 Kenkre FC 15 30-04-2017 16:00:00 DELHI UNITED 1 : 1 LoneStar Kashmir Football Club 16 04-05-2017 15:00:00 Southern Samity 3 : 1 Kenkre FC 17 04-05-2017 16:00:00 DELHI UNITED 1 : 1 Fateh Hyderabad AFC 18 06-05-2017 14:30:00 NEROCA FC 1 : 0 LoneStar Kashmir Football Club 19 09-05-2017 19:00:00 Fateh Hyderabad AFC 1 : 0 Kenkre FC 20 14-05-2017 15:30:00 LoneStar Kashmir Football Club 2 : 3 Southern Samity 21 19-05-2017 16:00:00 DELHI UNITED 0 : 3 NEROCA FC 22 14-05-2017 14:30:00 NEROCA FC 2 : 1 Fateh Hyderabad AFC 23 17-05-2017 16:00:00 DELHI UNITED 3 : 2 Southern Samity 24 17-05-2017 15:30:00 LoneStar Kashmir Football Club 3 : 1 Kenkre FC 25 22-05-2017 15:30:00 LoneStar Kashmir Football Club 1 : 4 NEROCA FC 26 22-05-2017 17:00:00 Southern Samity 1 : 1 Fateh Hyderabad AFC 27 22-05-2017 16:00:00 DELHI UNITED 4 : 1 Kenkre FC 28 28-05-2017 16:00:00 Kenkre FC 3 : 3 Fateh Hyderabad AFC 30 28-05-2017 14:30:00 NEROCA FC 4 : 1 Southern Samity Results 5

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PERFORMANCE REPORT OF THE HERO I-LEAGUE FOR THE YEAR 2017 1 Aizawl FC 37 18 11 4 3 24 14 10 2 Mohun Bagan 36 18 10 6 2 27 12 15 3 Kingfisher East Bengal 33 18 10 3 5 33 15 18 4 Bengaluru Football Club 30 18 8 6 4 30 15 15 5 Shillong Lajong Football Club 26 18 7 5 6 24 23 1 6 Churchill Brothers Sports Club 20 18 5 5 8 24 26 -2 7 DSK Shivajians Football Club 18 18 4 6 8 22 30 -8 8 Chennai City FC 17 18 4 5 9 15 29 -14 9 Minerva Punjab FC 13 18 2 7 9 17 33 -16 10 Mumbai FC 13 18 2 7 9 9 28 -19 Points Table RA Team Name Points Played Won Draw Lost Goals For Goals Goals Against Differencce 6

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1 07-01-2017 19:00:00 Bengaluru Football Club 3 : 0 Shillong Lajong Football Club 2 07-01-2017 16:30:00 Kingfisher East Bengal 1 : 1 Aizawl FC 3 08-01-2017 19:00:00 Mumbai FC 1 : 0 DSK Shivajians Football Club 4 08-01-2017 19:00:00 Mohun Bagan 1 : 0 Churchill Brothers Sports Club 5 08-01-2017 16:30:00 Chennai City FC 0 : 0 Minerva Punjab FC 6 13-01-2017 13:30:00 Aizawl FC 1 : 0 Minerva Punjab FC 7 13-01-2017 19:00:00 Mohun Bagan 2 : 0 Shillong Lajong Football Club 8 14-01-2017 19:00:00 DSK Shivajians Football Club 1 : 2 Kingfisher East Bengal 9 14-01-2017 19:00:00 Bengaluru Football Club 2 : 0 Chennai City FC 10 15-01-2017 16:30:00 Churchill Brothers Sports Club 1 : 2 Mumbai FC 11 17-01-2017 13:30:00 Aizawl FC 2 : 1 Shillong Lajong Football Club 12 17-01-2017 16:30:00 Mohun Bagan 4 : 0 Minerva Punjab FC 13 17-01-2017 19:00:00 DSK Shivajians Football Club 2 : 0 Chennai City FC 14 18-01-2017 19:05:00 Bengaluru Football Club 3 : 0 Mumbai FC 15 18-01-2017 16:35:00 Churchill Brothers Sports Club 0 : 2 Kingfisher East Bengal 16 21-01-2017 16:30:00 Shillong Lajong Football Club 2 : 1 Minerva Punjab FC 17 21-01-2017 19:05:00 Chennai City FC 1 : 2 Mohun Bagan 18 21-01-2017 16:35:00 DSK Shivajians Football Club 1 : 1 Churchill Brothers Sports Club 19 22-01-2017 19:05:00 Mumbai FC 0 : 1 Aizawl FC 20 22-01-2017 16:35:00 Kingfisher East Bengal 2 : 1 Bengaluru Football Club 21 24-01-2017 19:05:00 DSK Shivajians Football Club 0 : 0 Mohun Bagan 22 27-01-2017 19:05:00 Churchill Brothers Sports Club 2 : 1 Bengaluru Football Club 23 28-01-2017 19:05:00 Chennai City FC 2 : 0 Aizawl FC 24 28-01-2017 16:35:00 Shillong Lajong Football Club 3 : 1 Mumbai FC 25 29-01-2017 16:35:00 Minerva Punjab FC 0 : 5 Kingfisher East Bengal 26 01-02-2017 14:05:00 Aizawl FC 1 : 0 DSK Shivajians Football Club 27 31-01-2017 16:35:00 Shillong Lajong Football Club 2 : 0 Chennai City FC 28 01-04-2017 19:05:00 Mohun Bagan 3 : 0 Bengaluru Football Club 29 01-02-2017 19:05:00 Kingfisher East Bengal 2 : 0 Mumbai FC 30 01-02-2017 16:35:00 Minerva Punjab FC 0 : 0 Churchill Brothers Sports Club 31 04-02-2017 19:05:00 Mohun Bagan 3 : 2 Aizawl FC 32 05-02-2017 19:05:00 DSK Shivajians Football Club 2 : 2 Bengaluru Football Club 33 05-02-2017 19:05:00 Kingfisher East Bengal 3 : 0 Chennai City FC 34 05-02-2017 16:35:00 Shillong Lajong Football Club 1 : 0 Churchill Brothers Sports Club 35 04-02-2017 16:35:00 Minerva Punjab FC 2 : 1 Mumbai FC 36 10-02-2017 14:05:00 Aizawl FC 3 : 1 Churchill Brothers Sports Club 37 11-02-2017 19:05:00 Chennai City FC 2 : 1 Mumbai FC 38 11-02-2017 16:35:00 Shillong Lajong Football Club 1 : 2 DSK Shivajians Football Club 39 11-02-2017 19:05:00 Bengaluru Football Club 1 : 1 Minerva Punjab FC 40 12-02-2017 16:35:00 Kingfisher East Bengal 0 : 0 Mohun Bagan 41 14-02-2017 19:05:00 Chennai City FC 1 : 1 Churchill Brothers Sports Club 42 15-02-2017 14:05:00 Aizawl FC 1 : 1 Bengaluru Football Club 43 15-02-2017 19:05:00 Mumbai FC 0 : 0 Mohun Bagan 44 15-02-2017 16:35:00 Kingfisher East Bengal 1 : 1 Shillong Lajong Football Club 45 15-02-2017 16:35:00 Minerva Punjab FC 0 : 0 DSK Shivajians Football Club Results Match Date Time Team A Score Team B No 7

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46 19-02-2017 19:05:00 Chennai City FC 1 : 4 Shillong Lajong Football Club 47 20-02-2017 14:05:00 Aizawl FC 1 : 0 Kingfisher East Bengal 48 18-02-2017 19:05:00 Mumbai FC 0 : 0 Bengaluru Football Club 49 18-02-2017 16:35:00 Mohun Bagan 3 : 1 DSK Shivajians Football Club 50 19-02-2017 16:35:00 Churchill Brothers Sports Club 4 : 5 Minerva Punjab FC 51 26-02-2017 16:35:00 Churchill Brothers Sports Club 3 : 0 DSK Shivajians Football Club 52 25-02-2017 14:05:00 Aizawl FC 1 : 0 Chennai City FC 53 25-02-2017 19:05:00 Bengaluru Football Club 1 : 3 Kingfisher East Bengal 54 12-04-2017 16:35:00 Shillong Lajong Football Club 1 : 1 Mohun Bagan 55 26-02-2017 19:05:00 Mumbai FC 0 : 0 Minerva Punjab FC 56 04-03-2017 19:05:00 Churchill Brothers Sports Club 2 : 1 Mohun Bagan 57 04-03-2017 16:35:00 Shillong Lajong Football Club 1 : 2 Kingfisher East Bengal 58 04-03-2017 14:05:00 Aizawl FC 2 : 0 Mumbai FC 59 05-03-2017 19:05:00 Chennai City FC 1 : 1 DSK Shivajians Football Club 60 05-03-2017 16:35:00 Minerva Punjab FC 0 : 1 Bengaluru Football Club 61 07-03-2017 19:05:00 Minerva Punjab FC 1 : 2 Shillong Lajong Football Club 62 07-03-2017 19:05:00 DSK Shivajians Football Club 0 : 1 Aizawl FC 63 07-03-2017 16:35:00 Kingfisher East Bengal 1 : 2 Churchill Brothers Sports Club 64 08-03-2017 19:05:00 Chennai City FC 1 : 1 Bengaluru Football Club 65 08-03-2017 16:35:00 Mohun Bagan 2 : 2 Mumbai FC 66 11-03-2017 19:05:00 Bengaluru Football Club 0 : 0 Mohun Bagan 67 11-03-2017 16:35:00 Minerva Punjab FC 2 : 2 Aizawl FC 68 11-03-2017 16:35:00 DSK Shivajians Football Club 5 : 0 Mumbai FC 69 12-03-2017 19:05:00 Chennai City FC 2 : 1 Kingfisher East Bengal 70 12-03-2017 16:35:00 Churchill Brothers Sports Club 0 : 0 Shillong Lajong Football Club 71 08-04-2017 19:05:00 DSK Shivajians Football Club 2 : 3 Shillong Lajong Football Club 72 08-04-2017 19:05:00 Mumbai FC 0 : 0 Churchill Brothers Sports Club 73 08-04-2017 16:35:00 Minerva Punjab FC 0 : 2 Chennai City FC 74 09-04-2017 16:35:00 Bengaluru Football Club 1 : 0 Aizawl FC 75 09-04-2017 19:05:00 Mohun Bagan 2 : 1 Kingfisher East Bengal 76 15-04-2017 16:35:00 Churchill Brothers Sports Club 1 : 3 Aizawl FC 77 16-04-2017 19:05:00 Mumbai FC 0 : 0 Chennai City FC 78 16-04-2017 16:35:00 Kingfisher East Bengal 0 : 1 DSK Shivajians Football Club 79 15-04-2017 19:05:00 Minerva Punjab FC 0 : 1 Mohun Bagan 80 15-04-2017 14:00:00 Shillong Lajong Football Club 0 : 2 Bengaluru Football Club 81 23-04-2017 19:05:00 Mumbai FC 1 : 1 Shillong Lajong Football Club 82 22-04-2017 16:35:00 Churchill Brothers Sports Club 6 : 1 Chennai City FC 83 22-04-2017 19:05:00 Bengaluru Football Club 7 : 0 DSK Shivajians Football Club 84 22-04-2017 14:05:00 Aizawl FC 1 : 0 Mohun Bagan 85 23-04-2017 16:30:00 Kingfisher East Bengal 3 : 1 Minerva Punjab FC 86 30-04-2017 19:05:00 Shillong Lajong Football Club 1 : 1 Aizawl FC 87 30-04-2017 16:35:00 DSK Shivajians Football Club 4 : 4 Minerva Punjab FC 88 29-04-2017 19:05:00 Bengaluru Football Club 3 : 0 Churchill Brothers Sports Club 89 30-04-2017 19:05:00 Mohun Bagan 2 : 1 Chennai City FC 90 29-04-2017 19:05:00 Mumbai FC 0 : 4 Kingfisher East Bengal Match Date Time Team A Score Team B No Results 8

PERFORMANCE REPORT OF THE U-16 YOUTH LEAGUE FOR THE YEAR 2017 RA Team Name Points Played Won Draw Lost Goals For Goals Against Differencce 1 Ozone Group FC 9 3 3 0 0 11 1 10 2 Mohun Bagan 6 3 2 0 1 5 2 3 3 PRIDE SPORTS MANAGEMENT PVT. LTD. 3 3 1 0 2 1 9 -8 4 India Youth Soccer Association 0 3 0 0 3 0 5 -5 Goals RA Team Name Points Played Won Draw Lost Goals For Goals Against Differencce 1 Shillong Lajong Football Club 5 3 1 2 0 3 2 1 2 Youngsters Club 5 3 1 2 0 1 0 1 3 Aizawl FC 4 3 1 1 1 7 4 3 4 Mohammedan Sporting Club 1 3 0 1 2 1 6 -5 Goals Match Date Time Team A Score Team B No.

1 30-01-2017 09:00:00 PRIDE SPORTS MANAGEMENT PVT.

LTD. 1 : 0 India Youth Soccer Association 2 30-01-2017 15:00:00 Mohun Bagan 1 : 2 Ozone Group FC 3 01-02-2017 09:00:00 Ozone Group FC 6 : 0 PRIDE SPORTS MANAGEMENT PVT. LTD. 4 01-02-2017 15:00:00 Mohun Bagan 1 : 0 India Youth Soccer Association 5 03-02-2017 09:00:00 PRIDE SPORTS MANAGEMENT PVT. LTD. 0 : 3 Mohun Bagan 6 03-02-2017 15:00:00 Ozone Group FC 3 : 0 India Youth Soccer Association Match Date Time Team A Score Team B No. 1 31-01-2017 10:00:00 Shillong Lajong Football Club 1 : 0 Mohammedan Sporting Club 2 31-01-2017 14:00:00 Aizawl FC 0 : 1 Youngsters Club 3 02-02-2017 10:00:00 Youngsters Club 0 : 0 Shillong Lajong Football Club 4 02-02-2017 14:00:00 Aizawl FC 5 : 1 Mohammedan Sporting Club 5 06-02-2017 08:00:00 Shillong Lajong Football Club 2 : 2 Aizawl FC 6 06-02-2017 11:00:00 Youngsters Club 0 : 0 Mohammedan Sporting Club Points Table Points Table Results Results Group A Group B Group A Group B 9

Match Date Time Team A Score Team B No. 1 31-01-2017 09:00:00 DSK Shivajians Football Club 1 : 1 Bengaluru Football Club 2 31-01-2017 15:00:00 Sudeva Football Club 2 : 1 Redstar Football Academy,Thrissur 3 02-02-2017 09:00:00 Bengaluru Football Club 2 : 1 Sudeva Football Club 4 02-02-2017 15:00:00 DSK Shivajians Football Club 3 : 2 Redstar Football Academy,Thrissur 5 05-02-2017 10:00:00 Bengaluru Football Club 1 : 0 Redstar Football Academy,Thrissur 6 05-02-2017 10:00:00 Sudeva Football Club 4 : 3 DSK Shivajians Football Club Match Date Time Team A Score Team B No.

1 01-02-2017 10:00:00 Tata Football Academy 4 : 1 Kenkre FC 2 01-02-2017 14:00:00 Minerva Academy FC 1 : 0 Royal Wahingdoh FC 3 03-02-2017 10:00:00 Royal Wahingdoh FC 0 : 1 Tata Football Academy 4 03-02-2017 14:00:00 Minerva Academy FC 8 : 0 Kenkre FC 5 06-02-2017 15:30:00 Tata Football Academy 2 : 3 Minerva Academy FC 6 06-02-2017 18:30:00 Royal Wahingdoh FC 8 : 0 Kenkre FC Results Results RA Team Name Points Played Won Draw Lost Goals For Goals Against Differencce 1 Bengaluru Football Club 7 3 2 1 0 4 2 2 2 Sudeva Football Club 6 3 2 0 1 7 6 1 3 DSK Shivajians Football Club 4 3 1 1 1 7 7 0 4 Redstar Football Academy,Thrissur 0 3 0 0 3 3 6 -3 Goals Points Table Group C RA Team Name Points Played Won Draw Lost Goals For Goals Against Differencce 1 Minerva Academy FC 9 3 3 0 0 12 2 10 2 Tata Football Academy 6 3 2 0 1 7 4 3 3 Royal Wahingdoh FC 3 3 1 0 2 8 2 6 4 Kenkre FC 0 3 0 0 3 1 20 -19 Goals Points Table Group D Group C Group D 10

Match Date Time Team A Score Team B No. 1 2/8/2017 10:00:00 Ozone Group FC 4:01 Shillong Lajong Football Club 2 2/8/2017 15:00:00 Bengaluru Football Club 0:01 Minerva Academy FC Match Date Time Team A Score Team B No. 1 2/10/2017 19:00:00 Ozone Group FC 0:03 Minerva Academy FC Results Semi-Final Results Final 11

PERFORMANCE REPORT OF THE U-18 I-LEAGUE FINAL ROUND FOR THE YEAR 2017 Points Table RA Team Name Points Played Won Draw Lost Goals For Goals Against Differencce 1 United Sports Club 9 3 3 0 0 17 3 14 2 Salgaocar FC 6 3 2 0 1 14 9 5 3 Royal Wahingdoh FC 3 3 1 0 2 4 7 -3 4 Bhaichung Bhutia Football Schools 0 3 0 0 3 3 19 -16 Goals Group A Results Results Match Date Time Team A Score Team B No.

1 28-04-2017 09:00:00 Bhaichung Bhutia Football Schools 0 : 9 United Sports Club 2 28-04-2017 15:30:00 Salgaocar FC 3 : 2 Royal Wahingdoh FC 3 30-04-2017 09:00:00 Royal Wahingdoh FC 2 : 1 Bhaichung Bhutia Football Schools 4 30-04-2017 15:30:00 Salgaocar FC 3 : 5 United Sports Club 5 02-05-2017 09:00:00 Bhaichung Bhutia Football Schools 2 : 8 Salgaocar FC 6 02-05-2017 15:30:00 United Sports Club 3 : 0 Royal Wahingdoh FC Match Date Time Team A Score Team B No.

1 28-04-2017 09:00:00 Tata Football Academy 1 : 0 Shillong Lajong Football Club 2 28-04-2017 15:30:00 FC Pune City 1 : 3 Kingfisher East Bengal Football Team 3 30-04-2017 09:00:00 Kingfisher East Bengal Football Team 1 : 0 Tata Football Academy 4 30-04-2017 15:30:00 FC Pune City 1 : 0 Shillong Lajong Football Club 5 02-05-2017 15:30:00 Tata Football Academy 0 : 1 FC Pune City 6 02-05-2017 09:00:00 Shillong Lajong Football Club 2 : 2 Kingfisher East Bengal Football Team Group A Group B Points Table RA Team Name Points Played Won Draw Lost Goals For Goals Against Differencce 1 Kingfisher East Bengal Football Team 7 3 2 1 0 6 3 3 2 FC Pune City 6 3 2 0 1 3 3 0 3 Tata Football Academy 3 3 1 0 2 1 2 -1 4 Shillong Lajong Football Club 1 3 0 1 2 2 4 -2 Goals Group B 12

Match Date Time Team A Score Team B No. 1 28-04-2017 09:00:00 Minerva Academy FC 1 : 4 AIFF Academy 2 28-04-2017 15:30:00 DSK Shivajians 0 : 0 Bengaluru Football Club 3 30-04-2017 09:00:00 Bengaluru Football Club 0 : 1 Minerva Academy FC 4 30-04-2017 15:30:00 DSK Shivajians 1 : 2 AIFF Academy 5 02-05-2017 15:30:00 Minerva Academy FC 3 : 4 DSK Shivajians 6 02-05-2017 09:00:00 AIFF Academy 0 : 1 Bengaluru Football Club Results RA Team Name Points Played Won Draw Lost Goals For Goals Against Differencce 1 AIFF Academy 6 3 2 0 1 6 3 3 2 DSK Shivajians 4 3 1 1 1 5 5 0 3 Bengaluru Football Club 4 3 1 1 1 1 1 0 4 Minerva Academy FC 3 3 1 0 2 5 8 -3 Goals Points Table Group C Group C Match Date Time Team A Score Team B No.

1 5/5/2017 9:00:00 United Sports Club 0:00 AIFF Academy 2 5/5/2017 15:30:00 Kingfisher East Bengal Football Team 3:02 Salgaocar FC Match Date Time Team A Score Team B No. 1 5/7/2017 15:30:00 Kingfisher East Bengal Football Team 1:02 AIFF Academy Results Semi-Final Results Final 13

Academy Accreditation The Academy Accreditation process carried out by All India Football Federation (AIFF) for 2017/18 has yielded a total of 59 star rated academies out of the seventy applications received. This year saw a record number of applications from various academies both under the Residential and Non-Residential criteria.

The applications received saw a rise of thirty in number from last season. Out of the 59 rated academies, 21 received a one-star rating, 27 were rated two stars, 10 were classified under the 3 star category whereas only one received a 4-star rating. The year also saw a success rate of 84% among all applicants in getting accredited under AIFF which is an increase of 17% as compared to last year. The Academy Accreditation process was carried out for over four months that involved establishment of the assessment criteria, organisation of workshops where the criteria were introduced and explained to all potential applicants, submission of mandatory documents for assessment followed by physical inspections carried out by designated AIFF personnel and the declaration of results.

All academies were assessed on the criteria of Technical support, Training curriculum, Facilities and Infrastructure, Age-group teams, Medical provisions and existing Management structure. AIFF Accreditation for academies forms an eligibility criteria for participation in the AIFF Youth Leagues of the respective season The list of the accredited Academies follows below : 1-star : Ara FC (Ahmedabad, Gujarat), Bangalore Youth Football League (Bengaluru, Karnataka), Oyyabo Sports (Chennai, Tamil Nadu), Mahogany FC (Chennai, Tamil Nadu), Gauhati Town Club (Guwahati, Assam), FC Imphal City (Imphal, Manipur), Jammu United FC (Jammu, Jammu & Kashmir), Don Bosco Youth Centre (Kochi, Kerala), GabindaBasumatary FC (Kokrajhar, Assam), Kovalam FC (Kovalam, Kerala), Mumbai Schools Sports Assn.

(Mumbai, Maharashtra), Indian Football Academy (Mumbai, Maharashtra), Mumbai Warriors SC (Mumbai, Maharashtra), Real Sports (New Delhi, Delhi), DDA Academy (New Delhi, Delhi), Hindustan FC (New Delhi, Delhi), YFC RurkaKalan (New Delhi, Delhi), FC Redstar (Thrissur, Kerala), Stadium Sports Foundation (Bengaluru, Karnataka), Football Plus (Chennai, Tamil Nadu), New Barrackpore Rainbow AC (Barrackpore, West Bengal).

2-star : Baroda Football Academy (Baroda, Gujarat), State Football Academy (Srinagar, Jammu & Kashmir), IYSA (New Delhi, Delhi), SESA (Sanquelim, Goa), United Punjab FC (Pathankot, Punjab), Dempo SC (Panjim, Goa), FC Mumbaikars (Mumbai, Maharashtra), India Rush-Steadfast Football Academy (Mumbai, Maharashtra), Youngsters Club (Chandigarh, Punjab), Rangdajied United FC (Shillong, Meghalaya), Sports Hostel Odisha (Bhubaneswar, Odisha), NRL Football Academy (Numaligarh, Assam), FC Kerala (Thrissur, Kerala), Football School of India (Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra), Parappur FC (Thrissur, Kerala), Gokulam FC (Malappuram, Kerala), Bengal Football Academy (Khardaha, West Bengal), Roots Football School (Bengaluru, Karnataka), PIFA (Mumbai, Maharashtra), Anantapur Sports Academy (Anantapur, Andhra Pradesh), Sports Authority of Gujarat (Ahmedabad, Gujarat), Wayanad FC (Wayanad, Kerala), Kahaani Sports Academy (Ahmedabad, Gujarat), Raman Vijayan Soccer School (Chennai, Tamil Nadu) Prodigy Sportz (Kochi, Kerala), Hooghly District Sports Association (Chinsurah, West Bengal), MSP Football Academy (Malappuram, Kerala) 3-star : Minnerva Academy Football Club (Chandigarh, Punjab), FC Goa (Porvorim North, Goa), Conscient Football (Gurgaon, Delhi NCR), Sporting Club de Goa (Panjim, Goa), United Sports (Kalyani, West Bengal), BhaichungBhutia Football School (New Delhi, Delhi), Boca Juniors Soccer School (Bengaluru, Karnataka), TATA Football Academy (Jamshedpur, Jharkhand), FC Pune City (Pune, Maharashtra), Salgaocar FC (Vasco, Goa).

4-star : Reliance Foundation Young Champs (Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra) 14

15 Program Overview : AIFF Grassroots Leaders Course The AIFF Grassroots (GR) program is primarily driven through the State Associations and is designed to include all stakeholders in Grassroots football such as the Union/ State Governments, Clubs, Academies (amateur and professional), Schools, Communities etc. Our State Associations has shown unwavering commitment towards implementation of Grassroots program following the AIFF Grassroots key pillars and a tailor made Strategic Plan prepared by the AIFF. Maharashtra, Kerala, Kolkata, Assam, Meghalaya, Manipur, Mizoram, Odisha, Punjab, Jammu & Kashmir and Chandigarh played a crucial role to develop and expand the Grassroots Program.

The AIFF Grassroots Leaders Course is specifically designed and subsequently adapted as per the FIFA and AFC Grassroots Football Philosophy to educate Coaches across length and breadth of the country. In line with our Grassroots Strategic plan we have conducted a total of 23 AIFF Grassroots Leaders Courses in 2017 year.

AIFF Grassroots Development Program Activity Report- 2017 Course Dates State Venue Instructor Participants 8th to10th March 2017 Maharashtra Santacruz Dinesh Nair 26 17th to 19thMarch 2017 Maharashtra Palghar Dinesh Nair 25 18th to20th March 2017 Punjab Patiala Hardeep Khalsa 24 19th to 21st Feb 2017 Punjab Patiala Hardeep Khalsa 26 24thto 26th Feb 2017 J&K Kathua Intikab Alam 34 26th to 28th June 2017 Punjab Bilga Hardeep Khalsa 18 9th to 11th June 2017 Maharashtra Gadhinglaj Anju Turambekar 30 9th to 11th June 2017 Kolkata Gangadharpur Yan Law 35 24th to 26th June 2017 Kerala Kochi Bijish Ben/Deepak C M 22 6th to 8th July 2017 Maharashtra Mumbai Dennis/ Dinesh/ Anju 25 14th to 16th July 2017 Punjab Amritsar Hardeep Khalsa 24 15th to 17th July 2017 Kerala Kochi Anju Turambekar/Deepak 25 18th to 20th July 2017 Punjab Nikke Ghuman Hardeep Khalsa 24 22nd to 24th July 2017 Kerala Kochi Deepak C M/ Bijish Ben 23 29th to 31st July 2017 J&K South Kashmir Intikab Alam 24 5th to 7th Aug 2017 Odisha Cuttack Durga Swain 21 9th to 11th Aug 2017 Punjab Sarhali Hardeep Khalsa 24 16th to 18th Aug 2017 Punjab Malerkotla Hardeep Khalsa 25 25th to 27th Sept 2017 Punjab Sunam Hardeep Khalsa 23 25th to 27th Nov 2017 Kerala Ernakulam Deepak C M 23 24th to 26th Nov 2017 J&K Srinagar Intikab Alam 25 28th to 30th Nov 2017 Karnataka Bangalore Anju Turambekar/ Shailesh 23 6th to 8th Dec 2017 Kolkata Howrah Yan Law 21

No of Coaches Trained AIFF Grassroots Instructors Course, April 2017, Goa Educating Grassroots Leaders/ Coaches is our one of key pillar of the program and we have trained a total of 573 Coaches in 2017 year. In a bid to increase the outreach of the Grassroots Program across the country, the AIFF conducted its first ever AIFF Grassroots Instructors Course featuring twenty participants from fourteen different states in April 2017, delivered by Ms. Anju Turambekar, AIFF Grassroots Instructor. The course was designed to tutor the participants in the FIFA Grassroots philosophy and the AFC redefined Grassroots Philosophy to help implement the programs in their respective State Associations.

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AFC Grassroots Day The All India Football Federation's (AIFF) commitment to promote football across all categories as per the new redefined AFC Grassroots Philosophy saw a record participation amongst the state associations across the entire country and participants of all ages and abilities commemorated the landmark occasion of the AFC Grassroots Day 2017 with a massive turnout of over twenty-six thousand participants across all categories From children football to beach soccer, women's football and people with disabilities, the AIFF continued to work with key stakeholders to bring joy and enhance social development in various provinces as efforts to grow Grassroots football continues in the world's second most populous nation.

Children Football The most popular format by far across the country and one that has seen the maximum involvement from all stake holders, Children football continues to be the most popular area of activities with a turnout of over sixteen thousand eight hundred kids across the county lacing up their boots to celebrate the AFC Grassroots Day. Festivals, Clinics, Tournaments, Exhibition Matches, Q&A Sessions with Coaches and Professional Players, Social and Educational Campaigns were all part of the different activities held under the category. Thousands of Grassroots Leaders actively involved across the vast expanse of the country have ensured that every region under the jurisdiction of the AIFF has contributed in the AFC Grassroots Day with various activities.

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Veteran's Football India has a thriving veteran's football culture and with the redefinition of the Grassroots philosophy, several clubs and state association took the opportunity to invite stars of yester-years to participate in Veterans Exhibition Matches and Veterans Football Tournaments conducted on AFC Grassroots Day. Given the popularity of the format, thousands of fans across all states turned out to witness the matches. Disability Football Multiple Clubs, NGOs and Football Academies took up the cause of Disability Football by conducting football festivals for Children with Special Needs and Disabilities.

The Indian Blind Football Federation conducted their National Level Championships for the visually impaired. Football festivals focused on a safe and fun environment for participants to improve their coordination and motor skills under the careful supervision of experts and volunteers alike.

Beach Football With its miles of pristine beaches along the Arabian coast, the state of Goa leads the way in Beach football in India and thanks to the contribution of both the professional clubs and the state-sponsored football program, the Goa Football Development Council and the Goa Football Association conducted multiple beach football tournaments on AFC Grassroots Day and thanks to the popularity of the format among the local populace, there was a huge turnout in each of the events conducted over several famous beaches in the state. 18

Women's Football With the launch of the inaugural edition of the Indian Women's League (IWL), the premier club competition in the country earlier this year, the AIFF had its sight set firmly on setting on promoting women's football development by conducting the AIFF Women's Senior Nationals in Punjab on AFC Grassroots Day, May 15th 2017 featuring twenty eight state teams featuring a total of five hundred and sixty players in all (560).

Women's football festivals organized in various states formed an ideal platform to introduce young girls into the sport and provide them with the necessary support and guidance to take up the beautiful game.

Youth & Amateur Football With participants reaching up to almost seven thousand in all, the AFC Grassroots Day proved to be an ideal platform to launch various Grassroots Leagues, Tournaments and Clinics for both boys and girls across the country and stakeholders have shown the utmost interest in promoting the beautiful game through various competitions and initiatives among the upcoming generation of players. Professional Clubs and State Associations have made it a top priority by investing into youth football with several city and region wide tournaments to discover new talents.

Social Causes From the RESPECT Campaign for Players, Coaches and Match Officials to the various educational presentations on topics like Injury Prevention, Hydration, Nutrition, Lifestyle Choices and Hygiene, the AFC Grassroots Day celebrations saw a range of different causes being highlighted by the various stakeholders to the assembled masses via the medium of football.

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Ambassadors Involvement Thanks to the direct involvement of the professional clubs and the growing popularity of the Indian National team and the professional clubs in the domestic circuit namely the I-League and Indian Super League, many superstars and crowd-favorites made appearances and participated in the festivals to engage with their fans and increase their fan-engagement, promote football and generate readership in the print, electronic and various social media platforms. Referees Involvement AIFF - WIFA - OFC Just Play Program Even the match officials of the AIFF contributed towards grassroots development by conducting a football festival on AFC Grassroots Day in West Bengal.

The AIFF launched India's first-ever Referee's Academy for Women Referees in Gopiballavpur in West Midnapore, West Bengal in January 2017 with an aim to develop Indian women footballers interested in refereeing to top world class referees. This is the first-ever kind of Academy exclusive for Women Referees in India and a concept that is unique in the entire continent and the women are keen to develop the game at the Grassroots level in their communities with several activities planned in the coming months.

Just Play is a sport for development program managed by the Oceania Football Confederation (OFC) that has been successfully running in the Pacific since 2009. Through the program, children between the ages of 6-12 years, learn and explore sport in a meaningful way. The Just Play program has been contributing to positive outcomes in the area of healthy lifestyles and women empowerment in the Pacific Islands. Based on the success of the Just Play program in the Pacific, the Australian government decided to give All India Football Federation (AIFF) the initiative to launch the Just Play program in India.

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Over 238,478 children have participated in the program from 11 countries from the Pacific Islands and over 4305 teachers and community volunteers have been trained. The Just Play program partners in the Pacific are AIFF - KFA - OFC Just Play Program Just Play course for coaches was conducted from 25th- 27th March 2017 as part of capacity building for the second phase of the Just Play pilot run & to build a positive perception about the program among the coaching community in Kerala. The course was monitored by the Grassroots Development Team at KFA The Kerala Football Association recently signed a MoU with Kerala Blasters, the ISL (Indian Super League) team from Kerala, to assist them in conducting Grassroots Development programs across the State.

Kerala Blasters have agreed to support Just Play & the Just Play course for coaches was the first event conducted in the state as part of this MoU.

the UEFA Foundation for children, the Australian government, the New Zealand government and UNICEF Pacific. The Just Play program was launched in the state of Maharashtra in collaboration with the Western India Football Association (WIFA) and since then has been called the WIFA Just Play Program. Major stakeholders including the Australian government, the Football Federation of Australia (FFA), Oceania Football Confederation (OFC) and AIFF discussed the program and concluded that it should focus on social issues of Sanitation & Hygiene and Gender Equality. The objective is also in line with the Swacch Bharat Mission initiated by the Prime Minister of India.

The Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai (MCGM) and Mumbai City FC (MCFC) are partners for this project.

The program caters to children between the ages of 6 years to 12 years in MCGM schools and will be implemented in the Greater Mumbai region for now. Gradually, the program will expand to other areas of Maharashtra as well. The WIFA Just Play curriculum uses football drills and fun games to deliver social messages of Sanitation & Hygiene and Gender Equality. The WIFA Just Play team is a strong unit of 17 instructors and 26 PE Teachers who impart training and conduct sessions in the MCGM schools. As of now, the program is active in 6 venues across Mumbai which consist of 25 schools of different mediums.

The children have been enjoying the sessions and participation has been consistent. The highlight of the program so far is that the percentage of girls attending the sessions at all venues is 47% and we expect it to grow in the future.

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MXIM- Mission Eleven Million : In tune with the AIFF Grassroots Strategic Plan, the Mission XI Million Project is a school oriented program launched as a legacy project extending up to FIFA U-17 World Cup. It is expected to evolve into India's biggest outreach sporting activity ever, and to leave a legacy for the first FIFA tournament in India. The project is jointly initiated by the Government of India and All India Football Federation to reach out to eleven (11) million children by the end of October 2017 so as to create football awareness among the children of the country.

MXIM is spread across the length and breadth of the country and covers 36 cities and reaches out to more than 15000 schools and over 11,00,000 children, dwarfing the initial goal of achieving 250,000 participants in 2015 and adding up to reach the target every subsequent year.

Mission XI Million uses the school network and facilities around the country to encourage children to play the game. The approach is to work with school administrators and sports teachers and encourage and incentivize them to make children play regular football games as per FIFA regulations. Children are given various online and tangible rewards for playing, and 30 children from each school are selected for a football festival where many other schools in the city participate. All this is backed by an online platform that registers and records information on all the children and the participating schools.

With the upcoming FIFA Under-17 World Cup, the MXIM project has put major focus on the World Cup Host Cities and numerous activities have been planned to promote the tournament to the extent possible among the local populace. Baby Leagues: The All India Football Federation has newly introduced the Baby League project earlier this year in an effort to provide more engagement for children aged five and upwards to get involved in competitive football over longer periods. Based on a format which is highly popular in South America, the league is intended to involve greater participation from children starting from the age of five up until ten years playing in 2v2 all the way up to 7v7 formats.

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Three Partner States : Final Structure : At present, India has national teams in age groups starting from under-14, while the I-League has a junior version involving under-18 as well as under-16 teams competing within it. With a comprehensive set of guidelines and online support for league operators, the AIFF Baby League provides greater participation for kids in a competitive year-round setting across various age-categories. 23

Coach Education 2017 Courses Venue/Host Date Course Applicants AFC C-Certificate Course Maharashtra 1st March till Pan-India 13th March AFC C-Certificate Course Chandigarh 2nd March till Pan-India 14th March AFC C-Certificate Course West Bengal 25th March till Pan-India 6th April AFC C-Certificate Course Uttar Pradesh 27th March till Pan-India 8th April AFC B-Certificate Course Goa 10th April till Pan-India 30th April AFC C-Certificate Course Patiala 1st May till Host State 13th May AFC C-Certificate Course Maharashtra 10th June till Pan-India 22nd June AFC A-Certificate Course West Bengal 12th June till Pan-India (Module 1) 25th June AFC B-Certificate Course Goa 10th July till Host State 29th July AFC C-Certificate Course West Bengal 20th August till Host State 1st September AFC C-Certificate Course Jharkhand 20th August till Pan-India 1st September AFC C-Certificate Course Maharashtra 30th August till Pan-India 11th September AFC C-Certificate Course Punjab 10th September till Pan-India 22nd September AFC B-Certificate Course Kerala 11th September till Pan-India 30th September AFC C-Certificate Course Mizoram 14th October till Pan-India 26th October AFC C-Certificate Course Meghalaya 14th October till Pan-India 26th October AFC Goalkeeping Level 1 Madhya Pradesh 24th October till Pan-India 29th October AFC Futsal Level 1 Maharashtra 5th November till Pan-India Certificate Course 10th November AFC Futsal Level 1 Mizoram 13th November till Pan-India Certificate Course 18th November AFC C-Certificate Course Karnataka 20th November till Pan-India 2nd December AFC Goalkeeping Level 2 Goa 24th November till Pan-India Certificate Course 30th November AFC C-Certificate Course Mizoram 5th December till Pan-India 17th December AFC B-Certificate Course West Bengal 9th December till Pan-India (Module 1) 22nd December AFC Conditioning Maharashtra 18th December till Pan-India Certificate Course 22nd December Courses for 2017: 24

In addition to these, AIFF also conducted an International Coaching Seminar along with 2 Refresher Courses as mentioned below - • SAI - AIFF International Football Coaching Seminar from 11th - 12th October, 2017, Noida, India • AFC C License Instructor's Refresher Course from 7th till 9th October, 2017 • AIFF D License Instructor's Refresher Course from 28th till 30th December, 2017 AFC B-Certificate courses – 4 AFC A-Certificate courses – 1 AFC C-Certificate courses – 15 AFC Goalkeeping Level-1 courses – 1 AFC Goalkeeping Level-2 courses – 1 AFC Conditioning Course – 1 AFC Futsal Level-1 Course – 2 AIFF conducted the AFC C Certificate course yet again for NIS graduates in furtherance of the joint Coach Education imitative for the continuous development of Indian Coaches.

Mr. Thomas Joseph was the instructor of the course and was held at Patiala from 1sttill 13th May, 2017. Following participants attended the course: Sundri, Jaiveer Singh Rawat, Mileswamy Govindaraju Ramachandran, Mukesh Chandra Paneru, Ningthoujam Jeny Devi, Suresh Babu Padachery, Yogesh Rawat, Swadesh Babubhai Bharti, Bir Singh, Manju Chaliha, Rajbir Singh, Isaac Fabian, Yendrembam Biondi Meitei, Neha Khanam, Shanthi S, Jaipal Singh Munda, Naomi Angela Christanand Vase, Sunita, Asad Khan, Sampat Singh, Pavnesh Patni, Hashib Ahmed, Sushant Sharma. AIFF conducted the AFC C Certificate course in the month of August with the Football Players' Association of India at Siliguri, West Bengal.

The Course was conducted by Mr. Mariano Dias. The course had the participation of the world renowned Mr. Bhaichung Bhutia, former Captain, India National Team. The course had 11 participants and following are the names: Xavier Vijay Kumar, Sanjeev Kumar Maria, Vatsal Ajay Bhatia, Bhaichung Bhutia, Sage Bhushan Pradhan, Salman Farris Kalathil Puthiyapurayil, Dipankar Debnath, Vikash Panthi, Sultan Moidunny, Nganingmi Shimrah, Afzol Hussain Barbhuiya.

No. of AIFF D-License Courses conducted this year : 81 AFC C - Certificate Course from 1st till 13th May, 2017 AFC C - Certificate Course from 20th August till 1st September, 2017, West Bengal, India 25

Haroon Amur Hamed Al Bartamani, AFC Instructor took the 6 day course in Goa. The Course consisted of theoretical as well as practical sessions to develop the Goalkeeping level in India. 17 participants attended the AFC Goalkeeping Level 2 course, which got underway from November 24th, 2017 at the Cooperage Ground in Mumbai. The Course had the Goalkeeping Coach of Women National Team of India along.

The instructor shared valuable experience for a continuous development as GK coach in their careers. Following are the names of the participants who attended the course: L Ronibala Chanu, Matheus Khyriem, Raghuvir Pravin Khanolkar, Shaikh Mohammed Qadeer, Mukesh Kumar, Felix De Souza, Richard Celestine Sanches, Parshuram Salwadi, Alex Cleofas, Subrata Das Gupta, Gumpe Rime, Rajat Guha, M Zakeer Hussain, Jeddy John Almeida, Manish Ramesh Kajania, Mihir Milind Sawant, Firmin De Souza AFC GK Level 2 Certificate Course from 24th till 30th November, 2017, Goa, India AFC A-Certificate Course (Module 1) from 12th till 25thJune, 2017, West Bengal, India AIFF conducted the first AFC A-Certificate courseof 2017 in West Bengal from 12th June till 25th June, 2017.

The course has been divided into 2 modules and consisted of a series of practical and theoretical sessions followed by assessments and dissertation. The second module was held from 15th till 27th August, 2017.

The course had a number of Former National Team players like Renedy Singh, Dinesh Nair, Arata Izumi, Samir Naik, Clifford Miranda and Steven Dias attending it. The course gave an immense exposure to the players at the top level of coaching Mr. Savio Medeira Acting Technical Director, AIFF alongwith Mr. Scott O'Donell, Former Technical Director, AIFF, conducted the Course by assessing the below mentioned 24 participants: Renedy Singh, Samir Naik, Syed Altafuddin Ahmed, Clifford Miranda, Arata Izumi, Vivek Rawat, Anup Singh, Dinesh Nair, Mohan Suresh Dass, Archishman Biswas, Alex Ambrose, Jitender Kumar, M Zakeer Hussain, Aditya Chatterjee, Manoj Joshi, Ranjit Kumar Halder, Vikas Rawat, Barun Sengupta, Steven Dias, Ashok Chakraborty, Jopaul Anchery, Gopal Chandra Saha, N William Koso, Sukla Dutta.

AFC Futsal Level 1 Certificate Course from 5th till 10th November, 2017, Maharashtra, India The All India Football Federation developing with this dynamic game adopted the concept of Futsal this year with a kick start of 2 courses conducted in the month of November in Maharashtra and Mizoram. The AFC Instructor Mr. Stephen Knight conducted the 6 day course with 14 participants at the Andheri Sports Complex, Mumbai. The course had a 3 of A License coaches participating namely, Jeddy John Almeida, Mangesh Desai, Dinesh Nair.

The 14 participants who attended the course were. Yan Cheng Law, Alexandre Fernandes, Prabhakar Raj Josephraj, Jeddy John Almeida, Mangesh Desai, Mihir Sawant, Dinesh Nair, Ankush Pradhan, Rohit D'Souza, Shrungar Raul, Henry Picardo, Archie Dias, Finn Fernandes, Aiyanna K C. 26

SAI - AIFF International Football Coaching Conference, 11th-12th October, 2017, Noida, India The highlight for the development of Coach Education in the year 2017 was the first ever 'SAI - AIFF International Football Coaching Conference' in collaboration with the Amity University during the U-17 World Cup for the development of the coaches and the importance of Coach Education in the technological era.

The conference focused on how the Coaches today can promote and support youth development through Scientific Coach Education. It also aimed at disseminating knowledge about the standards, initiatives and successful football experiments done by various Coaching Professionals.

The 2 day conference took place at Amity University, Noidaon 11th-12th October, 2017 and involved over 250 participants from all over India. Various foreign delegates from the Football Industry visited India from all over the world to share their experience and provide their valuable contribution towards the development of Indian Coaches. AIFF D License Refresher Course for Instructors from 28th till 30th December, 2017, Goa, India The first batch of the AIFF D License Refresher Course for Instructors was conducted between December 28 to December 30 at the AIFF Training Centre in Goa.

AIFF Technical Director, Savio Medeira and Head of Youth Development, Richard Hood conducted the course along with AFC Instructor Mariano Dias.

A total of 22 participants including the likes of National Women's Team Coach Maymol Rocky and Indian U-16 boys coach Bibiano Fernandes attended the course which consisted of practical as well as theoretical sections conducted over the course of the 3 days. Since the AIFF D License curriculum has undergone appropriate changes, the course had interactive sessions with the involvement of all the attendee instructors.

AIFF C License Refresher Course for Instructors from 7th till 9th October, 2017, Delhi, India A Refresher Course for Instructors began today at the Football House today (October 7) in New Delhi. The course which will continue till October 9 is being attended by AFC Instructors from India. As of now there are 4 MA Instructors for AFC 'C' License, 1 MA Instructor for AFC 'B' License and 1 MA Instructor for AFC 'A' License in India. AIFF Technical Director, Savio Madeira "This is the First Refreshers Course we are having with our instructors for 'C' and 'B' License holders, so that we can improve the quality of our courses.

We also plan to meet all our 'D' License Instructors before the year ends so that we can improve on that aspect as well".

The course has been designed to keep the current set of AFC Instructors updated regarding their programmes. Sessions relating to practical, theoretical as well as technical aspects of the game will be discussed during the course. 27

MONTH EVENT PERIOD VENUE Jan-17 Teaching material selection meeting 09 Jan-11 Jan New Delhi Pre-event training (IWL) for Women Referees 25 Jan-27 Jan New Delhi Mar-17 Pre-event training for Santosh Trophy 08 Mar-11 Mar Goa Kerala Referes Development Course (RAP) 19 Mar-20 Mar Kochi PFI-2015 & PFI-2016 batch training 20 Mar-25 Mar Gandhinaga PFI-2017 batch exposure Training 26 Mar-31 Mar Gandhinagar Apr-17 Pre-event training for Sub-Junior NFC 12 Apr-14 Apr Calicut Meghalaya Referes Development Course (RAP) 17 Apr-21 Apr Shillong May-17 Pre-event training for Federation Cup 03 May-05 May Cuttack Evaluation of Cat-1 & 2 Referees for educators 12 May-15 May Cuttack Pre-event training for Senior Women NFC 12 May-14 May Phagawara Jun-17 FIFA-MA Referees Fitness Course B-1 20 Jun-23 Jun Gwalior FIFA-MA Referees Fitness Course B-2 25 Jun-28 Jun Gwalior Fitness test of Cat-1 & 2 Referees 29 Jun-30 Jun Gwalior Jul-17 Uttarakhand Referes Development Course (RAP) 14 May-15 May Dehradun FIFA-MA Referees Course 25 Jul-29 Jul Kochi FIFA-MA Asst Referees Course 26 Jul-30 Jul Kochi FIFA-MA Referee Assessor/Instructor Course 27 Jul-31 Jul Kochi Referees Committee Meeting 31-Jul Kochi Aug-17 MA Futsal Refereeing Introductory Course 08 Aug-11 Aug New Delhi Mizoram Referes Development Course (RAP) 14 Aug-19 Aug Aizawl SSCB Referes Development Course (RAP) 14 Aug-18 Aug New Delhi Sep-17 AIFF-IFA Women Referees Academy Selection 03 Sep-04 Sep Gopiballavpur Training of Level-3/4 RA-RI of states 10 Sep-14 Sep Gwalior Gujarat Referees Development Course (RAP) 16 Sep-19 Sep Bhavnagar UP Referees Development Course (RAP) 17 Sep-19 Sep Kanpur Pondichery Referees Development Course (RAP) 25 Sep-01 Oct Pondichery Oct-17 FIFA Course with U-17 World Cup Referees 30 Sep-05 Oct Kolkata Nov-17 Pre-event ISL Referees workshop 01 Nov-03 Nov Mumbai FIFA-MA Women Referees Course 05 Nov-09 Nov Kochi Jan-18 PFI-2018 batch selection 08 Jan-12 Jan Chennai Cat-2 Up-gradation exam 16 Jan-17 Jan Bhubaneswar Fitness test of Cat-1 & 2 Referees 18 Jan-20 Jan Bhubaneswar Feb-18 Fitness test of remaining Cat-1 & 2 Referees 01 Feb-02 Feb Gwalior CALENDER OF ACTIVITY OF REFEREEING DEPARTMENT 2017-18 28

29 Achievements : 1 Appointment of Sqn Ldr Uvena Fernandes (SSCB) for U17 Women World Cup Jordon, Final match 2 AFC Special Award for Refereeing to Sqn Ldr Uvena Fernandes (SSCB) 3 Selection of Sqn Ldr Uvena Fernandes (SSCB) for FIFA Women World Cup Final France - 2019 4 Selection of Ms Maria Rebello (Goa) as AFC Elite Referees Instructor 5 Selection of Basker Purshothaman (TN) as AFC Elite Referee Assessor 6 Selection of AIFF Trio for UEFA CORE training program at Zurich (2 courses) 7 Selection of Basker Purshothaman (TN) to attend UEFA CORE training program at Zurich (2 courses) 8 Selection of AIFF Trio in AFC Champions League: Rowan-SSCB, Sapam-Manipur & Arun (SSCB) 9 Selection of Ms Kusum Mandi (IFA) & Ms Reshme Chettri (SIK) in AFC Project Future Course 10 Selection of R Venkatesh (TN) in first ever AFC Referees Academy at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 11 Passing out of 7 Women Referees from first ever Women Referees Academy run by AIFF 12 Col Goutam Kar (retd) as FIFA Match Commissioner in U17 FIFA World Cup -India (Record 18 matches including SF & Final)

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