All India The Executive Committee of Association Football (AIFF) on Wednesday approved the proposal of its Development Committee to provide financial assistance of Rs 24,000 to each state association for the all-round development of the sport.
AIFF held its executive committee meeting in Gangtok.
“In its efforts to grow the game across the country, the Executive Committee approved the development committee’s proposal to provide financial support of 24,000 rupees to each state association under the banner of the Asian Football Confederation,” the parent body said in a statement.
She added, “This financial assistance can be utilized by state associations for women’s, men’s and youth federations, office space, equipment and grassroots development.”
The European Commission also agreed with the ACC’s recommendation that FIFA support each state association in appointing key personnel for each country “to appoint their own department heads and technical coordinators”.
The Executive Committee approved a number of proposals previously referred to it by the Competitions Committee, the first of which was related to the senior men’s national football tournament for the Santosh Cup.
The ancient competition of Indian football will be played with the final round featuring 12 teams (10 qualifying states, along with services and rail).
“The group stages will be laid out across six groups of five to six teams each, and the group teams, along with the two best second-placed teams, the hosts, services and rails will play in the final round.” It also agreed with the Competitions Committee’s proposal to hold the senior women’s qualifiers in December.
FIFA President Kalyan Choubey said, “I am very happy to see everyone has put their heads together for the development of Indian football. Both FIFA and its marketing partners are working with all stakeholders and I would like to congratulate everyone for a great effort by Yes.” The meeting began with two minutes of silence in memory of those who had died recently. Times, former referee Sumantha Ghosh, football fan Gyasanker Saha, and teenage footballer Priya R.
This was the first union executive meeting to be held in the Hill State.
“I see Sikkim as a good and innovative scheme for their love of football,” Chobi said.
Sikkim Football Association President Minla Ethenba added, “Thank you to the President (Chobe) for choosing Sikkim because this is a shot in the arm.” The executive members also visited the Tachi Namgyal Academy (TNA) stadium, where 300 new soccer players are located. training camp.
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