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Rehenesh TP
GoalKeeper
Pawan Kumar
GoalKeeper
Vishal Yadav
GoalKeeper
Mohit Dhami
GoalKeeper
Narender Gahlot
Defender
Ricky Lallawmawma
Defender
Sandip Mandi
Defender
Laldinliana Renthlei
Defender
Peter Hartley
Defender
Anas Edathodika
Defender
PC Laldinpuia
Defender
Eli Sabia
Defender
Alex Lima
Midfielder
Mobashir Rahman
Midfielder
Jitendra Singh
Midfielder
Seiminlen Doungel
Midfielder
Pronay Halder
Midfielder
Greg Stewart
Midfielder
Ritwik Das
Midfielder
Komal Thatal
Midfielder
Boris Singh Thangjam
Midfielder
Farukh Choudhary
Forward
Ishan Pandita
Forward
JORDAN Murray
Forward
Daniel Chima Chukwu
Forward

History

Tata’s commitment to sports in India Jamsetji Nusserwanji Tata envisaged not only Asia's first fully integrated Steel Plant but also the model township of Jamshedpur. He advised his son, Sir Dorab Tata, to earmark "areas for Football, Hockey and Parks…."

Tata Steel's commitment to sports, in fact, preceded the building of the township. The aforesaid letter was written in 1902 and the site for Jamshedpur selected in 1907. J. R. D. Tata gave fruition to J. N. Tata's vision, inculcating sports as an integral part of Tata Steel's corporate philosophy.

The young guns of Jamshedpur FC suffer a defeat in the RFDL

The young guns of Jamshedpur FC suffer a defeat in the RFDL

The Youth squad of Jamshedpur FC suffered another drawback in their Reliance Foundation Development League campaign when the RF Young Champs defeated them with a slim full-time scoreline of 1-0. After conceding a second defeat in the league, the lads were scheduled to face the table toppers, Bengaluru FC in their next fixture.

Jharkhand adds 7 players to the Women’s National Team for the U-17 FIFA World Cup

Jharkhand adds 7 players to the Women’s National Team for the U-17 FIFA World Cup

he India U-17 Women's National Team had gathered in Jamshedpur, Jharkhand, for a coaching camp ahead of the FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup, which will be held in India later this year. Seven players from the National team that have assembled in Jamshedpur, hail from meagre socio-economic groups from rural parts of Jharkhand, who have been chosen as the ‘Champions of Change’ to help combat social issues and child rights by UNICEF.

A slim defeat against the RF Young Champs at the Nagoa Stadium.

A slim defeat against the RF Young Champs at the Nagoa Stadium.

The Men of Steel’s Youth squad suffered their first defeat of the Reliance Foundation Development League when they went toe-to-toe with the Tuskers in their previous fixture. Moving on after dropping points for the first time in the league, the Jamshedpur side faced the RF Young Champs for their next game with the objective to get back into the momentum they started off the league with.

STANDINGS

no
teams
p
w
d
l
gf
ga
gd
pts
1.
Jamshedpur FC (Champions)
20
13
4
3
42
21
21
43
2.
Hyderabad FC (Q)
20
11
5
4
43
23
20
38
3.
ATK Mohun Bagan (Q)
20
10
7
3
37
26
11
37
4.
Kerala Blasters FC (Q)
20
9
7
4
34
24
10
34
5.
Mumbai City FC
20
9
4
7
36
31
5
31
6.
Bengaluru FC
20
8
5
7
32
27
5
29
7.
Odisha FC
20
6
5
9
31
43
-12
23
8.
Chennaiyin FC
20
5
5
10
17
35
-18
20
9.
FC Goa
20
4
7
9
29
35
-6
19
10.
North East United
20
3
5
12
25
43
-18
14
11.
SC East Bengal
20
1
8
11
18
36
-18
11