Representatives from Hero ISL’s eight clubs come together to discuss the future of Indian football

With Hero Indian Super League 2016 now just two days away, ISL’s Founding Chairperson Mrs Nita Ambani addressed all eight club owners as well as host broadcaster Star Sports in a workshop in Mumbai on Thursday.

The representatives for each of the eight clubs present at the event were Dr Anil Sharma (Delhi Dynamos FC), Akshay Tandon (FC Goa), Kapil Wadhawan (FC Pune City), Ranbir Kapoor (Mumbai City FC), Abhishek Bachchan (Chennaiyin FC), John Abraham (NorthEast United FC), Sanjiv Goenka (Atlético de Kolkata), Sanjay Gupta (Star Sports) and N Prasad (Kerala Blasters FC).

The topics of discussion during this meeting encompassed developing football through Reliance Foundation’s Young Champs programme and its Youth Sports initiative. Other topics on the agenda involved ISL’s vision, goals, organisation along with ethics and fair play. The club owners also presented their respective team’s plan on football development in their region and discussed ways to facilitate the growth of the game in the country.

The third edition of the league kicks off on Saturday with NorthEast United FC hosting Kerala Blasters FC at the Indira Gandhi Athletic Stadium in Guwahati.

– ISL Media

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