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Press Releases from Premier India Football Academy (14 total)

Indian children train at Liverpool Academy.

Premier India Football Academy (PIFA) organized their 24th international football camp to Europe this year. The PIFA Champions Tour 2011 was held at the Liverpool FC’s - “The Academy” at Kirkby in North Liverpool from 1-9 June 2011. Indian children got firsthand experience training under Liverpool academy youth coach Gary Judge licensed by UEFA. This is the first ever Liverpool camp held for international children at “The Academy”. The camp focused

PIFA Champions tour to London 2011

Premier India Football Academy (PIFA) organised their 23rd camp to Europe. This time the camp was held at the Academy in London from 3rd May to 12 May 2011. The training was conducted by UEFA coaches from Coaching Connexions. The camp focused on technical training to help develop the skills and awareness on the pitch. Mr Kenny Brown (ex West Ham player) delivered a special training session for the kids. The campers

PIFA tie up with Liverpool International Football Academy.

Premier India Football Academy (PIFA) are proud to announce their association with Liverpool International Football Academy Soccer Schools. This association will help PIFA organise camps in the Liverpool facilities and an opportunity to bring coaches from Liverpool to India. The association will also help PIFA to adopt the latest traininig methods employed by Liverpool. Some of the graduates from this academy are Jamie Carragher, Michael Owen and Steven Gerrard. PIFA has organised

PIFA Colaba FC play the Maha League in Mumbai

PIFA Colaba FC enjoyed a winning start in their opening game of the Scheduled AIFF Tournaments qualifying round with a 2-0 victory over Western United. The goals came from George Udu and Nitesh Monde. The Colaba outfit is part of Group A alongside Western United (Thane), BMFC and CMS Falcon (Pune). Group B comprises of Kenkre FC, Akbar Travels, PTM Sports Club (Kolhapur) and Amanora Deccan XI (Pune). The winner

PIFA conducts second Champions Tour to Liverpool and Manchester

Premier India Football Academy conducted their second 2009 PIFA Champions tour to Liverpool / Manchester from 14 to 23 June 2009. Children from Hyderabad, Bangalore, Delhi and Mumbai participated in this soccer intensive training camp conducted by Inspire Academy. The boys played a friendly match against Inter Union FC, a top local football club and held them to a 3-3 draw. Inspire Academy coach Mr Gary Lewis (UEFA A license &

PIFA football team in South Africa

PIFA-CYFC U-17 team played against the best academies in the world at the Gauteng Future Champions in South Africa Premier India Football Academy’s U-17 boys “PIFA-CYFC” from India were invited through Cutting Edge Pvt Ltd to participate in the Gauteng Future Champions Under-17 Football Tournament that was held in South Africa from March 23 to 29, 2009. The 16-member team from India, which was invited by the Gauteng Provincial Government, joined

Maharashtra U-14 girls win 2nd place in AIFF National football festival

Sixteen young talented girls did Maharashtra proud by taking th 2nd place at the just concluded AIFF U-14 girls Football festival held in Chennai from the 23 December 2008 to 1 January 2009. The team was managed by PIFA director Mrs Anjali Shah and coached by Mr Nirvan Shah (UEFA B lic.) The sixteen girls were 1. Kunashni Parikh (GK), 2. Rhea Nongrun (GK), 3. Tavishi Pandey (D), 4. Sakshi Mehta (D), 5. Spenta Daruwala (D),

PIFA International camps in Mumbai

For the 5th consecutive year, Premier India Football Academy will be flying in the best UEFA/FA licensed academy coaches from England to conduct football camps in Mumbai. The camp is open to boys & girls between 10-18 years of all abilitiies. These camps are an unique opportunity for all young football players of different abilities to improve their game. Past participants from these camps like Rickin Dang have gone on to

PIFA-CYFC have signed an Italian striker

PIFA Colaba Youngstar FC today announced their MDFA Elite division team for 2008-09. After a two month long trial period, PIFA-CYFC announced their team that will participate in the 2008 Mumbai Elite league. The team will be trained and coached by PIFA Director & UEFA licensed coach Nirvan Shah. The teams is as follows : 1. Rashid Sheikh 2. Clifford Garreth 3. Imran Khan (GK) 4. Vaibhav Thandel 5. Mahendra Thandel 6. Prateek Ian 7. Ratan Khandhadia 8. David D’souza 9. Raza Rizvi 10. Satish Singh Keer 11. Mohammed Shadab 12. Balbir Rawat 13. Sagar

PIFA children meet AC Milan players

Children from the Premier India Football Academy had the privileged to meet entire the AC Milan team while on a football training camp in Italy. Premier India Football Academy (PIFA) organized their fourth AC Milan – Milan Team Camp football tour for children 10-16 years to Italy. The camp was a sell out within weeks of its launch. The camp was held from 12 to 22 May 2008 in the beautiful

PIFA-CYFC promoted to play Elite Division Mumbai Football League

The Premier India Football academy team, PIFA - CYFC has earned its second consecutive promotion. The team formed in 2006 played the Senior division and got promoted at the end of its very first season to play MDFA Super Division in 2007. PIFA Colaba Younsgtar FC is one of the most successful clubs in India, having got promoted twice in two years. This year the team was sponsored by

Indian children train under Peter Shreeves, ex Spurs manager

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

PIFA Colaba Youngstar FC in the Finals of the Mumbai league

The Mahindra Football League Super Division final will be played between PIFA Colaba Youngstar FC and Central Railway. PIFA Colaba Youngstar FC (PIFA CYFC) is a community project of the Premier India Football Academy & PIFA Foundation for the benefit of sports. The goal of this project is to help support and develop talented under privileged football players in the Colaba area of Mumbai. The team was setup in 2006-2007season and finished

PIFA Colaba Youngstar FC qualify for Elite play off's in the Mumbai Super Divisi …

PIFA Colaba Youngstar FC the men’s team of the Premier India Football Academy recovered from a disastrous start to qualify for Mumbai’s Super division Elite play off’s. Premier India Football Academy took over the management and training of the Colaba Youngstar FC in 2006-2007. They played the Mumbai Senior Division of the Mumbai District Football Association (MDFA) and topped the league to get promoted to MDFA Super Division 2007-2008. PIFA CYFC

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