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4th All India under 16 Boys Football Touranment in Bengaluru

Published On : 11 Jul 2017   |  Reported By : media release


The 4th All India under-16 boys football tournament is scheduled to take place on August 26 & 27 (2017) at the Kanteerava Stadium in Bengaluru.

The 5-a-side tournament will have at least 64 teams taking part from all over India. All those players born on or after 1.1.2001 are eligible to take part. Adhaar card will be the main document to certify the age proof of the players apart from certified photo id with date of birth proof. Entry is open for all schools, football academies, teams and groups with attractive prizes for the best performers. Those teams interested in taking part may contact denzsports@gmail.com or call 7760592144 for all details. The tournament is organized by Denz Foundation, Bangalore from 2014.

 







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