Monday 19 November 2018

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SAG agrees to lease out Tilak Maidan to AIFF

The Sports Authority of Goa (SAG) has conditionally agreed to lease out Tilak Maidan playfield to the All India Football Federation (AIFF), clearing decks for the first FIFA-sponsored artificial turf to be laid in Goa. ... READ

Kapeh signs for Churchill

After weeks of negotiations between Victoria Premier League club Oakleigh Canons and Churchill Brothers, striker Jerry Karpeh signed a six-month contract with the Goan giants. READ

Srinivas Dempo elected GFA president

Goa’s one of the leading industrialist and football promoter Shrinivas Dempo is elected the Goa Football Association President. READ

Vasco-Sesa to kick off Federation Cup

Vasco Sports Club will take on Sesa Football Academy in the opening match of the Federation Cup qualifying knock-out round at the Duler stadium in Mapusa on September 14. READ

Clubs reluctant to release U-19 players

Several football clubs are reluctant to release their players to form a national under-19 team. AIFF wants to introduce them in the I-league. READ

FIFA World Cup seminar in Goa on Fri

The 34th National Convention of the Sports Journalists' Federation of India is to be held in Goa from May 5 to 9. READ

Churchill aim to top Group B in AFC Cup

Churchill Brothers are aiming to top the Group B as they embark today for Kuwait to play their last league match of the AFC Cup football against Kuwait SC on April 28. READ

I-League match postponed due to security

The first-round I-League tie between Sporting Clube de Goa and Air India, which was rescheduled for February 14 due to heavy rain, has now been postponed to the next day due to security reasons. READ

Bhutia wants land for Football Academy

Indian football team captain Baichung Bhutia dreams of having his own football academy in future, if any state government is ready to part away with 20 to 30 acres of land for it. READ