Baseline Ventures to represent Aditi Chauhan

Baseline Ventures India have added Indian women’s football team goalkeeper Aditi Chauhan to the list of elite athletes for exclusive representations.

As part of the multi-year deal, Baseline Ventures will manage the commercial interests of Aditi, the first footballer added to the Baseline roster of ace international athletes.

Aditi Chauhan was the first Indian footballer to play a competitive game in England when she represented the West Ham Ladies team in August 2015. She had also enrolled herself for Masters in Sports Management from the esteemed Loughborough University during her stint with the West Ham Ladies Team.

Before moving to England, Aditi had earned her first senior national team cap at age 20. Since then she has been a mainstay of the Indian Women’s team as the first choice goalkeeper. Using her sports marketing and footballing experience in 2018, Aditi along with her mother had started the first football academy – She Kicks Football Academy by Aditi Chauhan – for women in New Delhi and has now expanded her operations to Gurgaon as well.

“Having studied sports management in the UK, I see Baseline Ventures as one of the best run sports marketing companies in the country and I am excited to be exclusively represented by them. I look forward to a fruitful partnership with them”, Aditi said.

“Aditi is an exceptional footballer and human being. Athletes usually retire and give back to their sport but Aditi has already started nurturing the next generation of talent. We are delighted to welcome Aditi to the ever-growing Baseline family.” said Managing Director, Tuhin Mishra.

Baseline also represents top women athletes like PV Sindhu, Smriti Mandhana, Nikhat Zareen, Joshna Chinappa, Jemimah Rodrigues, Deepika Kumari, Shafali Verma & Radha Yadav along with a host of top male athletes like Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Prithvi Shaw, Pankaj Advani, Saurav Ghosal, Sardar Singh, Saurabh Chaudhry, Sanju Samson, Amit Panghal & many more.

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