Rebels FC has launched RFC Girls Football Academy, India’s first full-fledged girls’ residential football training facility, today (Monday) in Bengaluru.
The academy will provide top of the line scientific training for young, talented and passionate female footballers to achieve their dream of becoming a professional football player and also help them pursue a career in the sport, states a Press release.
The full-fledged residential football programme integrated with educational pursuits is located in a sprawling campus at New Age World School, Yelahanka, Bengaluru.
The brainchild of Preetham Chandra, the academy, was conceived as a purpose-driven idea that could enable our passionate and talented female youth to pursue academics and football in equal measure with a provision for ample career opportunities during and after their tenure.
Running one of the biggest residential projects for the male counterparts, Preetham Chandra and his team are experienced and have put together one of the most experienced technical and management team to build this project.
The premier football training destination is open to under 13 to under 22 youth from all socio-economic backgrounds, offering them an international level of training programmes formulated by its highly qualified technical team honoured with UEFA and AFC coaching licenses.
Technical Director Ajit Braich will the team.
The academy has also collaborated with reputed institutions to offer a diverse syllabus ranging from CBSE, ICSE, and SSLC up to high school, and multiple streams at the college level including sports management programs.
“With FIFA U -17 Women’s World Cup being hosted in India in 2021 and also the progress that our women’s national team is making, we at RFC Football Academy are delighted to launch India’s first full-fledged girls’ residential football academy. We believe the residential academy will help female athletes who aspire to become professional footballers. Athletes who join the academy will be provided quality football training and education that is provided globally in countries which are football power houses,” said Preetham Chandra, Founder and CEO of RFC Football Academy.