Football Schools

Since its inception Jamshedpur Football Club has made a commitment to develop football in the local region. Whether it be promoting grassroots football or establishing football schools, the goal has always remained the same which is to promote football in the community and bring forward local talent by establishing a strong foundation.

The reasoning behind opening football schools is that they play a vital role in the local community. Not only do they teach the children to live a healthy lifestyle, they also help develop an individual’s sporting talents, ultimately bringing people from the local community together. Apart from that, football gives countless youngsters and adults a chance to have fun and at the same, learn the values of teamwork and discipline.

By initiating young kids into football at a young age, it is helpful to their development as a professional as they begin to develop their game sense and start understanding the intricacies of football. Thus, as they grow and develop, so does their knowledge of the game, keeping them a step ahead of those who join the sport at a latter age.

A brief look at the football schools established by
Jamshedpur FC in the vicinity


Loyola School

Jamshedpur Football Club in association with Loyola School, Jamshedpur, launched this football school on 10 January 2019. The school has since restarted after the pandemic on 28 November 2022. The training facilities cater to kids of the age groups U5, U7, U9, U11 and U13 at the Loyola School Ground between 4:30 to 5:30 PM on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. As many as nine top coaches have been assigned to the school and close to 150 students have already registered.


Carmel Junior College

Jamshedpur FC first opened their football school in collaboration with Carmel Junior College on 1st April 2019. The Football School at Carmel drew an amazing response from the school kids as over 130 participants first registered for the program. Post the pandemic, the school resumed on 22 November 2022. Around 100 participants have already registered for the training that is taking place between 4:30 to 5:30 PM at Bal Vihar School Ground on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday with seven coaches presiding over the activities.


Jamshedpur Public School

Jamshedpur FC is also catering to the students from Jamshedpur Public School (JPS) with its Football School formally starting on 14 March 2023. As many as 80 students have already registered for the program which will run on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday between 5 to 6 PM at Tinplate Sports Complex under the watchful eyes of six top coaches.


Hill Top School Jamshedpur

Jamshedpur FC successfully launched its Football School in collaboration with Hill Top School on 8th April 2019, under the supervision of Mr. Kundan Chandra, Head of Grassroots and Youth Development. Post the pandemic, activities restarted on 3 April 2023 at Hill Top School Ground and will continue to run on Monday, Wednesday and Friday between 4:30 to 5:30 PM with around 50 participants being trained by five top coaches.


DAV School

Jamshepdur FC launched its Football School in conjunction with DAV Public School in April 2019 and relaunched it after the pandemic on 17 May 2023 at DAV School Ground. Close to a hundred students have already registered for the Football Schools program which takes place on Monday, Wednesday and Friday between 7 to 8 AM in the presence of six top coaches.

The club aims to kick-start more football schools in the coming months.

How to join any of our football schools:

Registration Fee Break-up Details
SL No Particulars Amount
(Including GST)
Cost Break-up Details Remarks
Items Amount
(Including GST)
1 Registration Fee 1500 Kit
(Jersey + Shorts)
800 This is
applicable to the
students who
will register
for the very
first time.
Stockings 100
2 Annual
350 Annual
350 For the students
who have
completed one
year and
re-register for
the upper-age
category training.
SL No Particulars Amount
(Including GST)
Quarterly 1800 The coach’s fee
is including of GST
and payment gateway charges.
Half-yearly 3600
Annually 7200