The All India Football Federation (AIFF) is set to launch the Indian Arrows Women’s team which will participate in the Indian Women’s league.
Indian Arrows has been a hub of exciting footballing youngsters who have progressed far and wide. Many young players from the men’s team have benefitted from Indian Arrows. National team players like Dheeraj Singh, Suresh Wangjam, Akash Mishra, Lalengmawia are proof that Indian Arrows has truly been Indian football’s talent factory.
With the success of the Indian Arrows Men’s team on its cap, AIFF is all set to launch an Arrows Women’s team. The Indian Arrows Women’s team will play in the Indian Women’s League. The Indian Arrows Women’s team is looking to groom girls from a very young age and transform them into fine football players. The girls who had missed out on the U-17 Women’s World cup, who would now be 19, are to be considered for the team.
This program has been initiated by the AIFF president in support of the sports minister and the entire sports ministry. AIFF also realizes that these talented young girls should not be ignored and should be groomed and trained to become better footballers. The target set for the current crop of girls is to train and groom for the 2027 Women’s World Cup.
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The recruitment of the coaches has already been completed and the program would have started if not for the pandemic. If not for the pandemic, this year would have witnessed the first ever appearance of the Indian Arrows Women’s team in the Indian Women’s league.
The Arrows Men’s team has been a huge success with several players representing the country and moving on to achieve bigger things in football. This training at a very young age has truly benefitted Indian football and its budding players. The Arrows Women’s team and its grassroots level development will benefit Women’s football in India. This truly is a step in the right direction for Indian Women’s football and Indian football.
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