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KFDC NEWS DESK:20.08.2017 : Sports Authority of Gujarat (SAG) is promoting Football in Gujarat. Recently Girls Football Academy started under Former International player & Coach of Senior Women's team Mr. Tarun Roy, he already shown his capability in Khelo India 2017 at Chennai with Under 14 Gujarat Girls creating history for Gujarat to won Bronze medal after defeated Manipur who first time out of medal telly in National School Games in football after 1996 & Won Bronze in 2nd round of Oorja Prime Minister Cup.


After this achievement he gave his proposal to Sports Authority of Gujarat (SAG) to start Girls Football Academy. 80 Girls are came in 21 days summer camp, out of that 36 Girls selected to join in Academy with contract as per SAG Rules. Girls are provided Modern Training, Staying at very good Hostel, Good Diet, Schooling, Stipend etc. Under Tarun Roy Girls are trained very well & My Own School consist of all Academy Girls all from very poor farmers family from Patan Village are champion from Gujarat to participating in Subroto Cup 2017 at Delhi next month.
The Academy is situated at Himmat Nagar one hour from Ahmedabad very good infrastructure with Standard Football Ground, swimming Pool, Modern Gymnasium, Hall with Projector, Dinning Hall, All modern equipment etc. Roy says Gujarat Government provided all facility to promote all Games specially football as Prim Minister Shri Narender Modi is taken keen interest to promote football in India.


The Gujarat State has some great Infrastructure and now they have started hiring Coches.' say Roy ' Unlikely in Bengal or Manipur. the players here come from a middle or very poor class background, Parents are equally involved. The name of the State always evokes a kind of inquisitiveness. More so if the children are playing football and doing well. Gone are the days when they were thumped by 10 goals. The transformation has been brought about by meticulous programmes and initiatives in the state.

"The devil is in planning." said Roy. but from last two years he has been in Gujarat, I started taking charge of the teams since last year with boys. he said. The State not known for Sports a decade ago, has suddenly started doing well. Interestingly, Roy has been asked to infuse talent at the grassroots specially with Girls as they have more potential than boys.
Mr Sandip Pradhan has been appointed as Director General of SAG recnty. The Sports Authority of Gujarat also appointed P.T.Usha in Athletics, Dhanraj Pillai in Hockey, Gagan Narang in Shooting, Gopichand in Badminton and so on. Current year in Khelo India Medal telly Gujarat declare 1st position in India & in National Games they are in 6th position. Very soon Gujarat come with advancement in sportsperson and enhancing efficiency in all games.


20.08.2017: AWES PRESS RELEASE : The Association for the Wellbeing of Elder Sportpersons (AWES) will organise their first ever AWES Cup football tournament, starting September 1 at the Duler Stadium, Mapusa.

Twelve teams, including four from outside the state, will compete for top honours in the tournament which is backed by the Goa Football Association (GFA) as the official curtain raiser for the season ahead.

Top teams from Goa like Goa Pro League champions Salgaocar FC, Sporting Clube de Goa, Dempo Sports Club, FC Bardez, FC Goa (developmental squad), Vasco Sports Club, Calangute Association and Dempo Juniors have confirmed their participation, while outstation teams like Gokulam FC (Kerala), Viva Chennai (Tamil Nadu), ONGC (Maharashtra) and FC Pune City (developmental squad) will also travel to Goa and take on the best teams from here.

Group A: Dempo SC, ONGC (Mumbai), Calangute Association
Group B: Salgaocar FC, Viva FC (Chennai), FC Goa (Development Squad)
Group C: FC Bardez, FC Pune City (Development Squad), Dempo SC (Jrs)
Group D: Sporting Clube de Goa, Gokulam FC (Kerala), Vasco SC

The final is scheduled to be held on September 17.

“AWES is a recently-formed organisation that took shape with the sole aim of providing our former greats with a life of dignity particularly in their twilight years. They have done the state proud and it is our responsibility to ensure their wellbeing,” said AWES president Avertano Furtado.

AWES has several sporting greats as members with Brahmanand Shankhwalkar, Armando Colaco, Derrick Pereira, Savio Medeira, Lector Mascarenhas, Francis D’Souza, Yolanda de Sousa, Juliana Gurjao e Colaco, Mauricio Afonso, Samir Naik, Lenny D’Gama and Girish Lotlikar as some of the members.

“Since formation early this year, AWES organised a get-together of great footballers in May and we were encouraged with the overwhelming response. Our next aim is to raise funds for our organisation so that we have money and resources to look after them when they require,” said AWES vice-president Vinod Parkkot.

The GFA has been supportive of this initiative and has promised all possible help to make the tournament a success. “We are more than happy to support initiatives like this. Former players who have done the state and country proud cannot be forgotten after they have retired. The GFA wishes AWES all success,” said GFA secretary Welvin Menezes.

The tournament’s associate sponsors include Dempo SC, Salgaocar FC, Sporting Clube de Goa, FC Goa and HDFC Bank Limited.


23.08.2017 : Dempo Sports Club have been drawn to meet local favourites Calangute Association in the opening match of the AWES Cup, a season-opening all-India football tournament, at Duler Stadium, Mapusa, on September 1. All matches will kick off at 4pm and the final will be held on September 17.

Group A: Dempo SC, ONGC (Mumbai), Calangute Association
Group B: Salgaocar FC, Viva FC (Chennai), FC Goa (Development Squad)
Group C: FC Bardez, FC Pune City (Development Squad), Dempo SC (Jrs)
Group D: Sporting Clube de Goa, Gokulam FC (Kerala), Vasco SC

SEPT  1:  Dempo SC (VS) Calangute Asso.
SEPT  2:  Salgaocar (VS) FC Goa
SEPT  3:  FC Bardez (VS) Dempo Juniors
SEPT  4:  Sporting Clube (VS) Vasco SC
SEPT  5:  ONGC (VS) Calangute Association
SEPT  6:  FC Goa (VS) Viva Chennai
SEPT  7:  Dempo Juniors (VS) FC Pune City
SEPT  8:  Vasco SC vs Gokulam FC
SEPT  9:  ONGC (VS)  Dempo SC
SEPT  10: Viva Chennai (VS) Salgaocar FC
SEPT  11: FC Pune City (VS) FC Bardez
SEPT  12: Gokulam FC (VS) Sporting Clube
SEPT  13: Rest Day
SEPT  14: Semifinal (W Gr-A (VS) C)
SEPT  15: Semifinal (W Gr-B (VS) D)
SEPT  16: Rest Day
SEPT  17: Final
All matches at Duler Stadium Mapusa at 4 pm.