The AIFF ‘D’ License results for 20th to 25th May 2019 batch. The course was conducted in Pune, Maharashtra. The results are listed as follows:Read More »
On 21st September 2020, India will host the FIFA Women’s U-17 World Cup. Previously in 2017, India organized the U-17 Men’s World Cup.
To prepare for the big event, the Indian Women’s U-17 team is taken to exposure trips. Recently, the India U-17 girls guided by Mr. Alex Ambrose, have earned three consecutive four-goal victories in their three matches in Hong Kong, beating Hong Kong U-23 (5-1), Tai Po TBC (4-0), and Citizen AA (5-1).
Furthermore, the AIFF is conducting a preparatory camp at Goa. The federation has chosen the best 34 talents from the nation to take part in this camp. Amongst the selected candidates, there are 4 Maharashtrians chosen to prepare for the grand stage. Priyanka Sujeesh (DF), Sai Sankhe (MF), Anjali Barke (GK), Sundaram Gia (FW) are the four young prospects to get a chance from the state for the national camp.
This is big news for the state. Mr. Sauter Vaz, the Hon. Secretary of WIFA quoted, “This is a positive result. The association is taking regular initiatives for women’s football. If things fall in place, we will have more players coming up from the state and represent the national side in the coming future”.
Former Indian National Team player and the CEO of WIFA, Mr. Henry Menezes said, “Our strategy for women’s football has started to show results.”
This is the first time, the U-17 Indian Women’s football team is going to take part in such a large affair. Hence there are active measures taken by the AIFF to ensure the best facilities and game time is provided to the young team.
The camp is going to take place in Goa from 30th July to 01st September 2019 in preparation for the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup 2020.Read More »
Maharashtra comprehensively defeated Sikkim 5-0 in their last group stage game of the ongoing Santosh Trophy 2019 in Ludhiana (Punjab) to stay in contention of reaching the next round. It was indeed a great outing for Rithesh Inumula’s side who left no stones unturned to pick up their form when it mattered the most.
After going winless in the first two games against Karnataka and Assam, Maharashtra bounced back with a 2-1 win over Punjab which laid the foundation to today’s victory against Sikkim. Aman Gaikwad opened the scoring in the first-half before Leander Dharmai and Vinod Pandey chipped in one goal each to put Maharashtra 3-0 up at the break.
Maharashtra’s top-scorer Arif Shaikh continued his red-hot form by adding two more goals in the second-half, making it six goals in just four games. This ruthless display helped Maharashtra to improve their goal-difference as they have already put their one foot in the next round with Karnataka vs Punjab all set to be contested later today in Ludhiana.Read More »
12th April 2019, Ludhiana: In their second encounter of the Group Stage, Maharashtra suffered a huge setback after conceding in the injury-time which left them winless so far in the ongoing Santosh Trophy 2019 in Ludhiana, Punjab.
Coming on the back of a 2-2 draw against Karnataka, Maharashtra, yet again, conceded in the injury-time after dominating for the majority of the match. Kerala took the lead in the 12th-minute through Vishnu before Maharashtra responded brilliantly when Arif Shaikh scored twice to put Maharashtra’s noses in front.
All the joy was short lived when Assam leveled the score through Milan Vasu just four minutes after Arif’s goal. With the game heading towards the draw, Assam snatched a late winner through Sharnam Deep’s 92nd-minute strike. To qualify for the next round, Maharashtra must defeat Sikkim and Punjab.Read More »
In the opening game of National Football Championship Santosh Trophy 2018-19, we had to settle for a hard-fought 2-2 draw against Karnataka in a Group B encounter at Guru Nanak Stadium, Ludhiana, Punjab.
Ritesh Inumula’s side was in cruise control but conceded two goals against the run of play including a last minute equalizer. Maharashtra started brilliantly when Rohan Shukla broke the deadlock with a neat finish in the 16th-minute.
Fourteen minutes later, Manvir Singh leveled the score for Manivannan’s Karnataka but Maharashtra bounced back with a wonderful play from Sanket Salokhe who restored the lead in the 54th-minute. A win was on cards for Maharashtra but substitute Nikhil Raj got the equalizer in the 92nd-minute to share the spoils.
Maharashtra XI: Owais Khan (GK); Dhurwesh Nijap, Jayesh Kadam, Saurabh Patil, Dion Menezes; Mrunal Tandel, Vinod Pandey, Aman Gaikwad, Rohan Shukla, Lineker Machado; Sanket Salokhe. Substitute appearance: Arif Shaikh and Al Azhar Delhiwala.
Next game: Assam vs Maharashtra – 11th April 2019.Read More »
We are delighted to announce our squad for the upcoming National Football Championship – Santosh Trophy 2018-19 which is set to be held at Ludhiana, Punjab from 8th to 21st April 2019.
|Sr.No.||Name of Player||District|
|16||Al azhar Delhiwala||Mumbai|
|3||Sachin Narsappa||Asst. Coach|
|5||Irenio Vaz||Tech. Director|
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