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Tougher, better, faster, stronger: Blue Tigresses benefit from a strict diet plan

Tougher, better, faster, stronger: Blue Tigresses benefit from a strict diet plan

Football
 While the hard work continues on the field for the Blue Tigresses, attention to minute details are also being paid off the field to maximise the results. One such area where the Indian Women’s Team has been maintaining a lot of attention is the diet. Being in a training camp for six months ahead of the AFC Women’s Asian Cup, the Indian Women’s Team has its meals and dietary supplements closely monitored by the support staff, with the menu being set as per the training schedule and its requirements. While these may turn out to be restrictions for some, it has turned out to be a boon for the players. “It’s not something that people realise often, but when you are on a good diet, it helps with you mentally as well,” captain Ashalata Devi said to www.the-aiff.com. “You feel good both ph...
Eurosport India acquires broadcast rights from FSDL for 2022 AFC Women’s Asian Cup

Eurosport India acquires broadcast rights from FSDL for 2022 AFC Women’s Asian Cup

Football, Trending
Eurosport India today announced the acquisition to broadcast rights for the 2022 AFC Women’s Asian Cup. Eurosport India were awarded the PayTV broadcast rights for the Indian market from Football Sports Development Limited (FSDL) who have the media rights for all Asian Football Confederation (AFC) competitions in the Indian subcontinent region till 2024. India hosts the 20th edition of Asia’s showpiece women’s football tournament between January 20, 2022 and February 6, 2022. The 2022 AFC Women’s Asian Cup will be held across three venues in India featuring a total of 12 teams divided in 3 groups, contesting for the coveted title. Hosts India is placed in Group A, along with China PR, Chinese Taipei and IR Iran. The tournament will begin in a round robin format where each team will f...
Odisha Sports kicks-off vaccination drive for U-17 boys

Odisha Sports kicks-off vaccination drive for U-17 boys

Football
Providing paramount importance to safety and health of its players, Odisha Sports have led from the front to lent their hands for yet another time to support Indian football by kick-starting a vaccination drive for the U-17 boys who are based in Bhubaneswar. The Government of India had announced on December 25, 2021, that children in the age group of 15-18 years will be eligible to receive the Covid-19 vaccination amidst rising concerns over the Omicron variant. That prompted Odisha Sports to waste no time and join the fight against the pandemic, arranging for the vaccinations. AIFF Deputy General Secretary Abhishek Yadav appreciated the Odisha Government’s long standing partnership with Indian football, mentioning: “Odisha Sports has always given paramount importance to the well-being...