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Indian children train under Peter Shreeves, ex Spurs manager

06-09-2008 12:53 PM CET | Sports

Press release from: Premier India Football Academy

PIFA children outside the Emirates Stadium

PIFA children outside the Emirates Stadium

Children from the Premier India Football Academy had the privileged to be trained for a day by ex Tottenham Hotspur manager – Peter Shreeves. They toured the best stadium in Europe and trained at the Inspire Academy in London.

Premier India Football Academy (PIFA) organized the PIFA - London tour to England – a football tour for children 10-18 years. This was their fourteenth camp to Europe.

Thirty children participated in this exciting camp, there were children from the Mahindra United & Mumbai FC.
The tour was designed by PIFA to help children appreciate and understand the history of Arsenal FC and what makes them so special. The children got a guided tour of the Emirates Stadium and Museum
Football training was conducted through the week by the Inspire Academy on 3G all weather artificial grass pitches at the Football Academy in Loughton.

Theychildrenwere treated to a training session by Peter Shreeve, ex Manager of Tottenham Hotspurs & Sheffield Wednesday FC. He was impressed by the academy students of PIFA.

The children got to see an English Premier League match. Fulham’s final home game at Craven Cottage against Birmingham City both teams fighting off relegation. The children were seated on the first row and were the closest to the playing field. The children could be easily be recognized on TV by the bright yellow PIFA t-shirts that they wore for the game. They were able to experience the energy of the fans & lively atmosphere in the stadium. The match was won 2-0 by Fulham FC.

PIFA camper Sumehr Gwalani was fortunate to have received a jersey from ClintonDempsey at the end of the match.

The children played friendly’s against the Boca Juniors U-13 & U-16.Every child underwent fitness and skill tests. The skills test was won by PIFA student Aahant Singh.

The group was accompanied by two adults from India ensuring that the children totally focus on football and enjoy themselves.

Anjali Shah (Marketing Director)
Premier India Football Academy
20 Evergreen Industrial Estate,
Dr. E. Moses Road, Mahalaxmi,
Mumbai - 400 011 (INDIA)
Tel : 91 22 3042 2263 | Fax : 3042 2262 | Mob : 98202 68644
Website : www.pifacademy.com | Email info@pifacademy.com

A Football Academy dedicated to training young Indian children. It strongly believes that the road to India's FIFA World Cup is thru the children, they are the future of India.

PIFA organize camps in Europe & in India with UEFA Coaches as well as runs a training academy in Mumbai. All coaches are AFC / FA/ UEFA licensed. They have a men’s & women’s team in the MDFA league. They also conduct various events related to children’s football.

Tied up with Inspire Academy, Bobby Charlton Soccer & Sports Academy, Rangers Soccer School, AC Milan Academy, Cruzerio EC, Everton FC Youth Academy.

PIFA Vision - India in the 2022 World Cup !!!

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