Topden Mishael Karthak
It cannot be disputed that the future belongs to the younger generations. This rings true with football also. Nurturing talent from a young age has always been key to the success of any football Club.
Hence, All India Football Federation has taken initiative and aimed to create competitive football ecosystems of the grassroots level.
Grassroots football is for boys and girls between the age of 6-12. It is simple, fun and easy to organize and is an introduction to the game for any child. It provides children that access to football in a safe, enjoyable and positive environment. It ensures that the children enjoy football and encourages them to continuously take part in the game.
One of the respected clubs of the hills, Share F.C Kalimpong has been consistently working for the grassroots development of football in the region. The club has plans to start the nonresidential academy and will soon apply for the Academy Accreditation from the AIFF.
Share F.C recently organized Baby League which started from the 29th of December and is due to end by 29th of March 2019. The league consists of three age categories u-9,u-11, and u-13.
U-9 has 9 teams, u-11 has 12 teams and u-13 has a total of 14 teams including 2 schools from Sikkim.
Till date, this is the biggest grassroots programme to have ever been organized in the hills with 380 children taking part in the league
Share FC´s Grassroots football- An AIFF grassroots development programme
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