Recognitions

In these past 5 years, we have worked with more than 300+ Government and Private organizations including the Sports Ministry, Sports Authority of India, Delhi Police, 80+ schools, 50 Indian & International NGOs, 80 corporates, 4 International Clubs, 25 Colleges, 500 coaches, and have directly interacted with over 25,000 children and youth, both boys and girls, from various socio-economic segments of Indian society.

Awards

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Memorandum Of Understanding

TheFootballLink and Sports Authority of India signed a 5 year MoU in 2014 to promote grassroots Football across India through academies, tournaments and coaches training camps.

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TATA Social Enterprise

TheFootballLink was chosen as one of the top 20 Social Enterprises in India by IIM Calcutta at the TATA Social Enterprise Challenge.

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Sports Minister launches F-Cube

Independent Charge for Sports & Youth Affairs, Shri Sarbananda Sonowal launched the F-Cube technology concept at theJawaharlal Nehru Stadium, New Delhi.

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Delhi University Championship

The Jesus and Mary college team, coached by TheFootballLink,  won the Delhi University Girls Football Championship 2014-15.

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Delhi Police Partnership

Neeraj Kumar, ex-Police commissioner of Delhi, confirms the support of the Delhi Police to the TheFootballLink’s Child and Youth Development Program.

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Chetan Misra won Amazing Indians

Chetan Misra, founder of TheFootballLink, gets covered by Times Now show – Amazing Indians and is nominated for the ‘Spark the Rise Award’ in recognition of his work in the field of ‘Child Development through Sports’.

Media

Our work in developing the sport of Football in India has received wide recognition from the media, as well as prestigious awards and accolades from noteworthy institutions. Reputed Media houses including top news channels, leading publications, and online news networks and blogs have covered a number of our innovative initiatives. Some of the highlights are below.

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