Wednesday, February 13, 2019

Former footballer Antic no more

Antic Lydwin, 50, ITI employee, and former state and ITI player died of a heart attack today morning. Antic was known for his stylish brand of football. He started with 515 Army Base Workshop and Madura Coats before joining ITI.

Also, Antic acted in minor roles in a few movies. 

A minute of silence was observed during the BDFA B Division League match at the Bengaluru Football Stadium today.


Friday, February 1, 2019

73rd Santosh Trophy zonals from Feb 3 in Neyveli, Vignesh to lead state again


Karnataka team will be travelling to Neyveli, TN to play the South Zone qualifying round of Santosh Trophy, the national football championship for the 2018-19 season. This will be the 73rd edition of the senior national championship. The qualifying matches will be played between February 3 to 8.  

Impressed by their performance in the previous edition, selectors retained faith, and appointed Vignesh Gunashekar captain and Sunil Kumar vice-captain. Karnataka had a remarkable run last year, not before losing to host Bengal in semi final.  

Karnataka is placed in Group A along with Andhra Pradesh and host Tamil Nadu. Group B consists of Kerala, Telengana, Services, and Pondicherry. 


Fixture

  • February 5, 2019: Karnataka 5 (Leone Augustine, Sunil Kumar, Manvir Singh, Safeel PP, M Nikhil Raj) Vs Andhra Pradesh 0  
  • February 7, 2019: Karnataka Vs Tami Nadu 


Team  
Jayanth Kumar (GK), Mohammed Shahanas, Namgyal Bhutia (U-21), Prasanth Kalinga, Sunil Kumar (Vice Captain), John Peter, Shafeel PP, Ashik AS, Biswa Kr Darjee (U-21), Vignesh Gunashekar (Captain), Shelton Paul D (U-21), Sukesh Leon, Edwin Rossario, Lethaolen Khongsai (U-21), Anirudh Krishna Das, M Nikhil Raj (U-21), Leon Augustine, Manvir Singh, Kaviarsan K, Naorem Roshan Singh

Officials
Head Coach – D Manivannan
Asst. Coach – Gopal 
Goal Keeping Coach - Prem Kumar
Manager - Dr Anthony S L

Thursday, January 31, 2019

[Notice] KSFA to host AIFF workshop

KSFA will be hosting a workshop for AIFF Academy Accreditation and Baby Leagues at the Bangalore Football Stadium on Wednesday, February 6, 2019. 

Srinivasan Saimani, Manager - Baby League, AIFF and Mazhar Ahmed Mansoor, Development Officer, Tamil Nadu will be conducting the one day workshop for all stakeholders interested in Baby Leagues or in applying for Academy Accreditation for 2019-20.

Programme

6th February, 2019 from 11 am to 1 pm (session for Academy Accreditation) 

2 pm to 4 pm - (session for Baby Leagues).  
The workshop will involve explanation of the AIFF Baby League rules and regulations, AIFF Baby League Protocol, and the AIFF Academy Accreditation procedure and its regulations.

Representatives of existing academies as well as those interested in starting academies/baby leagues should register their names before February 4, 2019.

For further details contact Workshop Coordinator Mr M Satyanarayan on 8197979595 or confirm via email to ceoksfa@gmail.com.

Sunday, January 27, 2019

KSFA Women’s Football League 2019

The inaugural Edition of KSFA Women’s Football League Super Division kicked off today at the Bangalore Football Stadium.

The first edition has 6 teams registered under KSFA Women’s Football Committee. A month-long football action will be played in two-legged league format.   





Fixture
Round 1 - Sunday, Jan 27, 2019 

  • Mangalore United 4 (Priya Darshini 8’, Abhilasha 32’, Simran 65’, Diana 86th’) - Parikrma 0 
  • BUFC 8 (Paromita 18', 36’, 81’, Shiva 24’, Amsa 42’, 63’, Amoolya 52’, Vanita 83’) Vs Indian Football Factory 0  
  • Misaka United 4 (Tarini 13’, Ambili 29’, Vipina 36', 47’) Vs Slamzers, Belgaum 3 (Aditi 38', 42’, 68’) 
Round 2 - Wednesday, Jan 30, 2019 
  • Slamzers 0 Vs Indian Football Factory 9 (Rasiga-9', 13', Sanjana-25'/47'/57', Poojitha-18', Thanmayi-63', Lilly-67', 72')
  • Misaka United 0 Vs Mangalore United 2 (Prajna-54', Jancila-71')
  • BUFC 4 (BUFC- Amlooya 4th', Amsa-7', 76', 90t) Vs Parikrma 1 (Raksha-6') 

Round 3 - Sunday, Feb 3, 2019  
  • Misaka United 0 Vs Indian Football Factory 5 (Rasiga-21', Sanjana-60', Poojitha-36', Lilly-69', 77')  
  • BUFC 4 (Amsa 45'+2'/69', Paromita 70', Shivashankari-72') Vs Mangalore United 0 
  • Slamzers Vs Parikrama
    ^
     Could not take place as the Slamzers, the team from Belgaum met with an accident while travelling to Bengaluru leaving one player seriously injured. Per latest she's doing fine.
    Slamzers have pulled out of the league, their matches will be counted as forfeited
Round 4 - Wednesday, Feb 6, 2019  
  • Indian Football Factory 4 (Rasiga 4', 35', Sanjana 25', Poojitha 60') Vs Parikrama 0 
  • BUFC 4 (Paromita 4', 57', Tuli 24',Amoolya 74') Vs Misaka United 0
  • Slamzers Vs Mangalore United - forfeited 

Round 5 - Sunday, Feb 10, 2019  
  • Mangalore United 0 Vs Indian Football Factory 1 (Sanjana-37')
  • Parikrma 3 (Bhuvaneswari-3', 28th', Aishwarya-88') Vs Misaka United 0   
  • Slamzers Vs BUFC  - forfeited
Round 6 - Wednesday, Feb 13, 2019  
  • BUFC 8 (Paromita-18'/37', 50', Praveena 4', 45+1', 67', Anoushka-55', Sasmita 81') Vs Misaka United 0  
  • Indian Football Factory 2 (Rasiga-57', Lilly-67') Vs Parikrma 0 
  • Mangalore United Vs Slamzers - forfeited 
Round 7 - Sunday, Feb 17, 2019  
  • Slamzers Vs BUFC - forfeited 
  • Indian Football Factory 0 Vs Misaka United 2 (Devika-29', Vipina-72')
  • Parikrma 2 (Sheetal-28', Pallavi-80') Vs Mangalore United 3 (Diona-22', 33', 73' )
Round 8 - Wednesday, Feb 20, 2019  
  • Parikrma Vs Misaka United 
  • Mangalore United Vs BUFC 
  • Slamzers Vs Indian Football Factory 
Round 9 - Sunday, Feb 24, 2019  
  • Slamzers Vs Misaka United 
  • Indian Football Factory Vs Mangalore United 
  • Parikrma Vs BUFC  
Round 10 - Wednesday, Feb 27, 2019  
  • Mangalore United Vs Misaka United 
  • Indian Football Factory Vs BUFC 
  • Slamzers Vs Parikrma    

Friday, January 25, 2019

Fateh Hyderabad rout South United 4-0 in Second Division

South United Media 

South United’s winless streak continued in the Hero Second Division League as they crumbled to a 4-0 loss to Fateh Hyderabad AFC. Trailing 2-0 at the 50th minute mark, SUFC pushed forward to claw their way back in the game and conceded two late goals on the counter. 

The early action in the first half saw both teams trading blows as South United FC created a chance at one end only for Fateh Hyderabad to create one down the other. The closest South United FC would come to a goal in the first half was when Sudipta’s attempt came off the crossbar midway through the first half. 

Naro Hari Sreshtha who struck the telling blow for the home side though with his goal in the 29th minute giving his side the advantage and leaving SUFC to chase the game. South United spent the rest of the half creating chances but couldn’t get too many shots away that threatened the Fateh Hyderabad goal. 

With the sides walking in at halftime with the home side leading through a slender 1 goal lead, the game remained in the balance. 

The second half began poorly for South United FC as they were 2-0 behind in the first 5 minutes through Gagandeep Singh. The following 20 minutes were South United FC throwing all they had forward to get the all-important third goal in the game early so they could find a way back in the game. 

Fateh Hyderabad’s sturdy defence rode out the tough part of the game and started to get a better foothold in the game. The urgency for South United FC to throw men forward meant more space for Fateh Hyderabad on the counter. Substitute Bedashwor Singh took advantage of that in the 87th minute to make it 3-0 and put it virtually out of reach for SUFC. 

Another substitute, the Australian Emile O Damey stepped up to the spot to put away a penalty in the 89th minute to cap off the win.