Jamshedpur FC’s first step in this endeavor was launching their first football school in collaboration with Mt. Litera Zee School on 18th August as a part of their grassroots program. The training center would cater to kids of the age groups U5, U8, U10 and U12 and was a landmark moment for the club.
In quick succession, Jamshedpur FC opened their second football school in association with Kerala Samajam Model School on 2nd November. The Football School at KSMS (Kerala Samajam Model School) drew a tremendous response from the school kids as the registration day on October 27th saw over 100 participants registering for admission in the School. The kids had a ball on the field as the coaches and volunteers gave footballing lessons to the ever-attentive children.
The third and certainly not the last football school which was opened by Jamshedpur FC this year was in collaboration with RVS Academy in Mango on 16th November. The programme included kids belonging to the age groups of U8 and U11. A total number of forty-four kids took part in the inauguration of the football school and were supervised by two professional grassroots coaches. Special thanks go out to the members from the Red Miners who volunteered and made the club's initiative a grand success.
Jamshedpur Football Club, in collaboration with DBMS High School, Kadma launched its fourth football school on the 5th of December. The school was inaugurated by DBMS Principal, Ms. Meena Bugli and by Jamshedpur FC's Head of Youth Development and Grassroots, Mr. Kundan Chandra and had over thirty kids participate in the inauguration of the football school.
5th and counting. Jamshedpur Football Club in association with Loyola School, Jamshedpur, launched its 5th Football School on the 10th of December. The training facilities will cater to kids of the age groups U8, U10 and U12. The inauguration was graced by the presence of Loyola School Vice Principal (Junior), Mrs. Vinita Ekka, Vice Principal (Senior), Fr. Michael Fernandes, Jamshedpur FC's CEO, Mr. Mukul Choudhari and Mr. Kundan Chandra - Head of Grassroots and Youth Development.
For the participants who are interested in joining these football academies, they should contact the teachers at each of the respective schools. There will be two fees involved which are broken down as follows: