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Pritam Kotal currently plays as a defender for club ATK, the Indian national team, and is one of the famous Indian football players. Young Kotal started his international career while playing for the U-19 and then signing up for the I-League of AIFF in 2011.
After the success of several Indian football clubs abroad, the All India Football Federation (AIFF) was formed in 1937. In the same year, India made a long official tour on invitation by Australian Football Association, from August to October where they played 17 matches against many states, districts, club teams and 5 friendly matches against the Australian national side too.
This is a list of Indian international footballers, who have played for the India national ...
Aditi Chauhan has been Indian women’s national football team’s first-choice goalkeeper for years and has played a key role in India’s run to the Olympics qualifiers second round in 2018 among several other successes.
Famous Indian Football Players: IM Vijayan is a former Indian football player and the former captain of an Indian football team. He is the finest player that needs no description and often referred to as the ‘Blackbuck’ by Indian footballer followers.
List of Indian football players in foreign leagues. This is a list of Indian football players (both men and women ), who are currently playing or have played in any competitive foreign football league. This list consists of players who have signed or appeared with any foreign club in the past as well as those who are currently playing abroad.
A player who joined any Indian football club (irrespective of whether he made an appearance for the team or not). A player is considered foreign if he is not eligible to play for the India national national team. Bold denotes players, who have appeared or included in the squad in any edition of the FIFA World Cup
Football in India has historically been among the top 3 most popular sports in terms of players participation and TV Viewership, together with long time number one cricket and re-emerging kabaddi. India's current top domestic football league is Indian Super League, formed as an unrecognised professional league with eight teams (now 11) to ...