Tata Football Academy


The Tata Football Academy was established in Jamshedpur in the year 1987. The football academy chooses boys of the age of 14 and under and then trains them. The duration of the training in the academy is four years. During this period the academy provides world-class facilities to the children undergoing training and takes care of their needs. The academy is surrounded by natural beauty and is built on an area of 25,000 square feet. The academy maintains international standards.

The main objective of the Tata Football Academy in Jamshedpur is to fulfill the requirements of Indian football with a constant supply of young footballers. These footballers are trained and oriented to the international standards of the game.

Some of the facilities provided by the Tata Football Academy are as follows:
  • Bedrooms with all types of modern facilities
  • A well equipped playground of 100 x 65 meter area
  • Hygienic dining room which serves highly nutritious and balanced diet under the supervision of nutrition experts
  • Recreational or common room having chess, table tennis, carom, volleyball etc. as supportive games
  • An administrative block
  • A swimming pool
  • Lecture rooms, which are video-aided and are equipped with various presentation facilities
  • Gymnasium, physiotherapy clinic and fitness monitoring,
  • Dispensary with recuperation or convalescence facilities employed with trained medical staff and sports medicine specialists
Some of the exceptional players who were a part of the Tata Football Academy are:
  • Renedy Singh
  • Alok Das
  • Carlton Chapman
  • Dipendu Biswas
  • Lolendro Singh
  • Kalyan Choubey
  • Deepak Kumar Mandal
  • Noel Wilson
  • Syed Rahim Nabi
  • Subrata Paul
  • P.C. Lalawmpuia
  • Chandrashekhar




Last Updated on : 02/07/2013



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