The 6th All India Football tournament (5-a-side) for Under-14 boys in Bangalore is all set to take place on September 21 & 22 (2019) at FSV Arena. One of the most popular tournaments started by Denz Foundation in 2014 is aimed at encouraging young and aspiring footballers to get a feel of the competition ahead as they move to become future football stars of the country.
The league cum knock out tournament will be having 64 teams from all over India. Players born after 1.1.2005 can participate in the 2 day tournament.
Adhaar card and date of birth certificate is a must to participate. The tournament is open for all schools, football academies, clubs and associations in India. Teams from Goa, Kerala, Pune, Mumbai, Tamilnadu, Nagpur, Haryana, Delhi apart from Bangalore teame s are expected to take part. For more details you may contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 7760592144.
Side by side a one day All India Open 5-a-side Women’s Tournament is also being held on Sept.22 (2019) at FSV Arena for the 4th year in a row. There will be only 24 teams playing in the league cum knock out tournament. Already many women’s teams have sent their entries for the tournament. For more details you may contact email@example.com or call 7760592144.
Organiser and Tournament Director Denzil Fernandes said that there are limited slots left for teams to confim their entries.
Apart from attractive prizes including Trophies and Medals for the top teams there are also special prizes for the best performing players in the popular tournament. All players will be given breakfast, lunch and refreshments apart from stay for outstation teams. This is a great opportunity to play at the prestigious and most modern ‘state of the art’ FSV Arena said the organisers. Viva Ventures are the event managers for the tournament.
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