Indian Super League outfit Delhi Dynamos yesterday, May 15 celebrated the AFC Grassroots Day by inviting children, parents and veterans for a kick about at various parts of the capital city.
The club celebrated ‘Family Day’ with the parents of the age group players by inviting them to join a fun-filled training session and a drill prepared by the coaches, personalized specially for the parents.
Meanwhile, Delhi Dynamos reserve team coach Rajat Guha took a session in Bhavnagar, Gujarat with more than 50 coaches on the importance of training and development of young players in the state.
As a part of its tie-up with Special Olympics Bharat, the club also welcomed young Pooja Kumari in its U-13 training camp as she along with her fellow athletes are currently preparing for the 2018 Unified Cup in Chicago.
“Grassroots Football has been our priority and we are glad to have introduced so many people to the sport in just one day. Our goal though does not stop here and we want to continue undertaking these activities to help promote the sport across the city and introduce more and more people to the beautiful game,” said Delhi Dynamos CEO Ashish Shah.