Search - School / College / Institute

CRPF Helps 2 Kashmiri Boys to Play in Spanish League

For the very first time Indian player have got a chance to play in the Spanish league, claimed Central Reserve Police Force. Two boys who belong to Kashmir have been selected to play football as centre forward and winger for a division of Spanish football league. The initiative has been taken by country's largest paramilitary force -CRPF that offered a chance to these young boys to play in the renowned top division - La Liga.

As per the reports, CRPF has been mainly accused of using force on the protestors in the valley since July, decided to support Kashmiri youths by taking part in the sports. The CRPF joined with Football Next Foundation to identify and motivate the hidden talent in the sport in Kashmir valley. A tie-up was made with Sociedad Deportiva Lenense, Proinastur club that is a third division professional club from the famous league in Spain.

After the initiative, the club agreed to take on contract players from Kashmir for the position of centre forward and winger for the coming 2017 January.

Content Source:



Future Bright Program

Enhance Your Skills With Our Experts

Interactive School Platform