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Indian Football Team: AIFF launches Project ‘Blue Cubs’ to aid Grassroots Development, Arsene Wenger to visit in May to oversee newly launched Project Diamond – Check Out

Indian Football Team: AIFF launches Project ‘Blue Cubs’ to aid Grassroots Development, Arsene Wenger to visit in May to oversee newly launched Project Diamond – Check Out

Indian Football Team: AIFF Meeting: Project Diamond: Project Blue Cubs: The All-India Football Federation (AIFF) on Friday unveiled “Project Diamond,” a youth development platform that would bring together the top young athletes from the ISL, I-League, and AIFF Elite Clubs, FIFA Talent Development Scheme officials under Arsene Wenger will visit India early in May 2023 […]

Indian Football Team: AIFF Meeting: Project Diamond: Project Blue Cubs: The All-India Football Federation (AIFF) on Friday unveiled “Project Diamond,” a youth development platform that would bring together the top young athletes from the ISL, I-League, and AIFF Elite Clubs, FIFA Talent Development Scheme officials under Arsene Wenger will visit India early in May 2023 to oversee. With the introduction of “Blue Cubs,” AIFF has planned a comprehensive grassroots restructure that will aid in laying the groundwork for the future. Follow AIFF and Indian Football Team LIVE Updates on InsideSport.IN

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Indian Football Team: AIFF launches Project ‘Blue Cubs’ to aid Grassroots Development, Arsene Wenger to visit in May to oversee newly launched Project Diamond – Check Out

The Executive Committee has chosen to establish “Project Diamond” for the advancement of outstanding players. Project Diamond will actively involve the FIFA Talent Development Scheme (TDS), which is overseen by Arsene Wenger, the FIFA Chief of Global Football Development. It is anticipated that all of Indian Football’s premier academies, as well as those of Hero ISL and Hero I-League clubs, will participate. The goal of Project Diamond is to create an “Iconic Star” who possesses the qualities and abilities necessary to compete at the top level in the beautiful game.

In addition to these choices, the Executive Committee has vowed to build Blue Cubs, a comprehensive grassroots project that will provide the groundwork for Blue Tigers. Additionally, it has a top-notch grassroots programme that is deeply multifaceted and collaborates on several levels with organisations like clubs and governmental NGOS.

Indian Football Team: AIFF launches Project ‘Blue Cubs’ to aid Grassroots Development, Arsene Wenger to visit in May to oversee newly launched Project Diamond – Check Out

To increase the level of competitive opportunity and security for the players, the Executive Committee has agreed to provide equal weight to the amateur system in football. To carry this out, it has chosen to establish the Institutional League, in which ten teams from all around the nation will compete on a home-and-away basis. The league champions may be given the chance to compete in the Cup competition at the national level.

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The return of PSU clubs to a semi-professional/amateur league was also declared by the AIFF. In addition to giving foreign players in the I-League 2 and state divisions a two-year suspension, it would make it easier for football players on the lower rungs to find employment with PSUs. The initiatives will give local players a chance to play in pivotal positions all over the pitch. The choices were selected during the Friday meeting of the AIFF executive committee.

Indian Football Team: AIFF launches Project ‘Blue Cubs’ to aid Grassroots Development, Arsene Wenger to visit in May to oversee newly launched Project Diamond – Check Out

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