Thursday , December 5 2019
Home / Indian Football / Indian Super League / Tata Football Academy accredited as a 4-star Academy by the AIFF!

Tata Football Academy accredited as a 4-star Academy by the AIFF!

Jamshedpur FC Youth Teams (Tata Football Academy) has been accredited as a 4-star Academy by the All India Football Federation for the year 2019/20. The club is part of a prestigious group as only two other clubs/academies have received a 4-star rating, namely, Bhaichung Bhutia Football Schools, Delhi and Bengaluru FC. Jamshedpur FC and Bengaluru FC are the only ISL clubs to have received a 4-star rating.

The Reliance Foundation Youth Champs Academy in Navi Mumbai received the highest rating of 5-star.

The Academy Accreditation process lasted for six months, a time period that included organisation of workshops, submission of mandatory documents for assessment, followed by physical inspections carried out by designated AIFF personnel, and the declaration of results.

All academies were assessed on the basis of age-group teams, technical support, training curriculum, talent identification and recruitment process, facilities and infrastructure, medical provisions, tournament participation and existing administrative support.

The list of successful club/academies in 2019-20 is as follows:

Basic: New Barrackpore Rainbow AC, Keshab-Uma Charitable Trust Football Academy, Lonestar FC, FF Academy, Pay for Right Youth and Cultural Club (Shillong), Football Leaders Academy – Sri Ma, Green Global Sports Academy.

1-Star: FC Kerala, ARA FC, Guruvayoor Sports Academy, Bangalore Youth Football League, Rangdajied United FC, TYDA, Sreenidhi Football Club, AU Rajasthan FC, Sports Authority of Jharkhand, The Hooghly District Sports Association, Maximus Prime Sports L.L.P., FAO Academy, Football Plus Professional Soccer Academy, Aazura Football Academy, Youth Soccer Academy, Bhowanipore FC, Real Kashmir FC, Chennai City FC, Aizawl FC, J&K Bank Football Academy, Bhaichung Bhutia Football Schools (Punjab), PIFA, Raman Sports Academy, Dhanbad Football Academy, Muthoot Football Academy, Sporting Clube de Goa, Indian Football Academy, Durbar Mahila Samanwaya Committee, Bhaichung Bhutia Football Schools (Bengaluru), Churchill Brother SC, Football Academy of Bangalore.

2-Star: Salgaocar FC, Iron Born FC, Jain Academy for Sporting Excellence, Baroda Football Academy, Delhi Dynamos FC, Chennaiyin FC, FC Goa, Quess East Bengal FC, Conscient Football, SAIL Football Academy (Bokaro), Kerala Blasters FC, Bengal Football Academy, United Punjab Football Club, Football School of India, Roots Football School, Shillong Lajong FC, United Sports Club, FC Pune City, Don Bosco, Oscar SSE, FC Mumbaikars, SESA Football Academy, Raman Vijayan Soccer Schools, Great Goals, ATK, Ozone Football Academy, Baranagar Sporting Club, Numaligarh Football Academy, Stadium Sports Foundation, Bidhannagar Municipal Sports Academy, Mohun Bagan AC, J&K State Football Academy, Somaiya Sports Academy, RoundGlass Sports, Gokulam Kerala FC, Sports Hostel Odisha, SAG Football Academy, India Rush Soccer Club, Football Club Mangalore, Kahaani FC, Parappur FC.

3-Star: Boca Juniors Football Schools, FC Madras, Kenkre FC, Youth Football Club, Minerva Punjab FC, Dempo SC.

4-Star: Bhaichung Bhutia Football Schools (Delhi), Jamshedpur FC, Bengaluru FC.

5-Star: Reliance Foundation Young Champs.

About Press Release

Check Also

VIDEO: Mumbai City FC react to the City Football Group Partnership!

Here come some reactions of Mumbai City FC head coach Jorge Costa and players after …