Tata Steel Rural Development Society launches Grassroots Football Development Programme
The Tata Steel Rural Development Society in collaboration with Jamshedpur Football Club has started 13 new centers for the development of talent in football in the region. The Inaugural Event took place yesterday at the Jagta Maidan, Sarjamda.
Present on the occasion were the following:
# Rajkumar Singh : Zilaparisad
# Raja Bhattacharjee: Senior manager Opretaional and Marketing Jamshedpur FC
# Amit Rana Tirkey: Head Empowerment
# Julian Villar Aragon: Technical Directtor JFC
# Carlos Santamarina: Head Coach TFA
# Prashant Godbole: Head Marketing and operational JFC
# Vikash Anthony: Manager Administration
# Jal Sonpal Asst Manager JFC
# Uday Basak : Asst Manager JFC
# Rohit Singh : Manager JFC
# Kundan Chandra : JFC grassroots coach
# Kausar Ahmed : CSR coach
The idea behind this new initiative is to ‘catch them young’ by engaging with rural kids from the age of under 5 to 18 years. The centers aim to reach out to more than 2500 kids under the U-5, U-8, U-11, U-13, U-15 and U-18 age categories. The program has a target of 198 players per school, i.e 120 in the grassroots program which includes U-5, U-8 & U-11 age categories, and 78 in the youth program which includes U-18, -15 & U-13 age categories. Training at each school will be carried out by 2 grassroots & 1 youth coach, hailing from the community, who are selected and trained by JFC coaches.
List of Centres
|1||Adivasi Jankalyan High School Ulidih|
|2||Sidhu Kanhu High School Dimna|
|3||Deoghar Middle School Deoghar|
|4||Silpahari High School|
|5||Upgrade Middle School Sarjamda|
|6||Jaipal Singh Stadium|
|7||Upgrade Middle School Nandup|
|8||Upgrade Middle School Talsa|
|9||Sdhu Kanhu High School Kedo|
|10||High School Tirildih|
|11||Tupudang School Ground|
|12||Saldih Football Ground|
|13||Kuluptanga School Adityapur|
This initiative is in addition to the existing 33 Under 10 coaching centers where 825 kids are engaged.
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