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Women’s U-17 World Cup will provide India global recognition.

All India Football Federation (AIFF) president Praful Patel on Monday said hosting the U-17 Women’s World Cup will “provide global recognition” to Indian football.
Patel chaired the federation’s Annual General Meeting which was attended by general secretary Kushal Das, senior vice-president Subrata Dutta, KMI Mather, Manvendra Singh and all executive committee members among others

There were no representatives from Jammu and Kashmir and Rajasthan.

“In 2020 we host FIFA U17 Women’s World Cup which will provide global recognition to Indian football. You need to go back to the FIFA U-17 World Cup India 2017 to understand the impact which it had in Indian footballsociety, and also among FIFA and AFC,” Patel stated.

“The number of programmes, especially at the grassroots level have increased by manifolds in the last 10 years. Grassroots, training and development, coaching courses have been working in tandem.

“New academies, facilities in schools, basic grooming and conditioning are some aspects which we’re working on relentlessly. It’s not an overnight process.”

He called on the FIFA, Asian Football Confederation (AFC) and all member associations for support.
“We have encountered many challenges and have come a long way. But we have to do much better. We need need active support, cooperation from each State Association, the associate members as well as the support of parent body FIFA and AFC to scale to newer heights.”

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Das lauded Arunachal Pradesh for its significant results in the national championships across different age-groups in the last season.

The state finished runners-up in the Junior NFC, Sub-junior NFC, as well as Women’s Junior NFC.

The general secretary highlighted the increase in participation in the Golden Baby Leagues.

“The Golden Baby League focuses towards enjoyment and interaction. It was a big success last year and is even bigger this year,” he said.

“While 11 states took part last year, it has increased to 21 this year. The number of League operators have increased from 83 to 120 while the number of registered kids have surpassed 30000 this year. 21,471 kids participated in the League last year.”

He also made a mention of the Indian women’s senior team playing 32 international matches in 2019, an increase of 300 per cent from last year.

The AIFF also organised a workshop with the state associations over decentralisation of national events.

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