Indian Football Latest News: AIFF all set to develop the game of Football in Jammu and Kashmir

Indian Football

The All India Football Federation (AIFF) president Kalyan Chaubey and secretary Shaji Prabhakaran met with the secretary of the Jammu and Kashmir Sports Council in New Delhi on Tuesday to discuss the future of Indian football in the valley. This is fantastic news for Indian football fans, especially those who live in Jammu and Kashmir.

The key item on the agenda is to increase the expansion of the game in the valley and involve more stakeholders to invest in the game as part of Indian Football’s vision 2047, which aims to make sure that our nation becomes a top team in Asian Football.

Football in Jammu and Kashmir has a lot of promise because the Real Kashmir Football Club (RKFC) plays in the I-League at the highest level.

In the valley, there is a tremendous amount of enthusiasm for football, and supporters frequently turn out in large numbers to cheer on their favourite squads, especially when Real Kashmir Football Club is playing.

The topic of strengthening Kashmir’s football infrastructure and building stadiums so that players can have access to top-notch facilities is also discussed.

The All India Football Federation has a new president in Kalyan Chaubey, and they have created a new roadmap called “AFC 2047” where they will work closely with the director of the development programme and Arsene Wenger to scout players in great numbers and provide them with the resources they need to perform at the highest level.