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Chance for women footballers to shine at Bengaluru Tournament

Published On : 23 Jul 2017   |  Reported By : Media release


Women footballers have a great chance to show their skills in the game when the 2nd All India Open Women’s Football Tournament takes place on August 27 (2017) in Bangalore. There is a huge football frenzy at the moment in India with the FIFA Under-17 World Cup scheduled to take place in October in the country. Generally, the popularity of the game has picked up and is now second only to cricket in India. The women also have started excelling in football and the tournament in Bangalore gives them another chance to exhibit and perform on an All India playing field.

Teams from all over the country are expected in the one day league cum knockout tournament. The excitement of a 5-a-side game cannot be described and the girls will be eager to outplay their opponents. Competition will be tough with some of the finest players in action. The girls from Karnataka get a great opportunity to get high class match experience by taking part in the tournament.

Teams interested can contact denzsports@gmail.com or call 7760592144 for all details to enter the tournament organized by Denz Foundation.

 







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