— Shaji Prabhakaran (@Shaji4Football) November 25, 2018
Delhi Soccer Association on Sunday named a 20-member troop for the 50th Junior National Football Championship scheduled to be held in Punjab from January 25 to February 3.
STATE TIMES NEWS SRINAGAR: The J&K Under-19 Junior Football Team is participating in the B.C Roy Trophy National Football Championship 2018-19 which will be held at Odhisa Cuttack from November 30 to December 9, 2018. The team was screened by the screeni… https://t.co/i2Y3kHQpNI pic.twitter.com/VBxfqPCwVQ
— Afeef Ibn Albra (@ranaalikash) November 24, 2018
The DSA selection committee, after a 15-day open selection proceedings -cum-coaching camp at the CWG Village Sports Complex, Akshardham, proclaims the squad and named goalkeeper Bunty as captain and defender Aniket Singh Thakur as vice-captain.
J&K Under-19 Junior Football Team is participating in the B.C.Roy Trophy National Football Championship https://t.co/peKUU5LG67
— Zeeshan (@Zeeshan93204806) November 23, 2018
Delhi has been clubbed in reproduce D with Madhya Pradesh, Sports Authority of India and Goa. Delhi opens their campaign opposed Sports Authority of India on January 26 tread on the heels of by Goa on January 28 and Madhya Pradesh on January 30.
The semi-finals date January 31 and on February 1. The final is lambaste on February 3rd.
Sweeper: Himanshu, Ritwik Ramola, Ankiket Singh Thakur (vice-captain), Anurag Singh, Yash Sharma.
Displaying some amazing football skills, the Assam Under-17 boys beat the Rajasthan team 6-0 in the National Junior Football Championship being held in Rajkot, Gujarat. https://t.co/aBnjEEQClq
— R0$#iNi (@roshini008) November 23, 2018
Equidistant -fielders: Ankit Rawat, Parchey Badhiyari, Lalman, Arav Bagla, Shivender Kumar Bharati
ChennaiyinFC “Namma youth players Sai Krishnan and Raul Palin featured for Tamil Nadu in their 4-0 win over Daman & Diu in the Junior National Football Championship yesterday, the latter captaining them to victory 🙌🏼
— WE CHENNAIYIN FANS** (@Chennaiyin_FC) November 21, 2018
Onwards: Nischey Adhikari, Suyesh Tiwari, Rohit Singh, Kaonaya Bansal, Adan Malik
Stand-buys: Shashank Malhotra, Himanshu Manocha, Shashank Bisht, Chirag Nayak, Jeffery Gangte, Shahil Mahajan, Manav Rawala, Tanish Arora, Himanshu Gosain.
@JMV1070 can you acknowledge Brownsburg’s Junior League Football 2nd, 3rd and 4th grade All Star teams for winning the National Championship in Rocky Top Tennessee this past weekend. And 5th grade for coming in 2nd. Also, Team Indiana’s 7th and 8th grade teams for winning too.
— J. Cole (@jcolesr1) November 20, 2018
In this, the decision for the changing sport in the sport governing authority of the state was taken at the executive committee, where it was decided that a branding partner will be bought on board to oversee and the logo change.
Wtf does playing JV football have to do with anything? Is junior varsity bigger to you than winning a D1 national championship? 😂
— Bryan (@VegasDUCKfan58) November 19, 2018
Nineteen members of the executive committee unanimously approved this decision in addition to approving 10 standing committees and 15 sub-committee for a different area of football.
New @mososports Football Head Coach Jeff Sims (@CoachJSims) has three National Championship appearances at the Junior College level. He looks to have that same success with MSSU.https://t.co/xRroXkIUIV
— Kevin Ryans (@OfficialKevRy) November 12, 2018