Indian Football : Maharashtra gets 100 crores boost


The Western Indian Football Association (WIFA) has entered into a strategic partnership with Sporting Ace Private Limited (SAPL) and come up with an ambitious and dynamic blueprint to develop and grow football in the state with development and promotion plans rolling out simultaneously in all the districts of Maharashtra.

This partnership between WIFA and SAPL will see an infusion of around Rs 100 crore for a period of ten years, with the funds being used to aggressively promote the sport at the grass roots level, grow the bank of young football players, increase the number of certified coaches, spread gratification in cash and kind, spreads its message to every nook and corner of the state, bring football of the highest standard through the revival and creation of aspirational tournaments and ensure that every youngster will have a realistic chance of reaching the pinnacle of the beautiful game.

– WIFA media release


  1. Enough with Cricket here at India…and for this step we all hope that there wont be any Corruption in this planning…. We would love to see football being taken seriously at India.

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