Eupheus Junior International football academy launched in Haryana
FS Junior, one of the largest football school chains, today launched the first Eupheus Junior International academy in Pataudi, Haryana, to bring professional coaching to Indian schools.
Junior is one of the largest football chains with a presence in 236 cities covering 419 schools all over the world. FS Academies' training curriculum is designed by experts in youth soccer.
The launch and unveiling of the Eupheus Junior International Football Academy plaque were done by Andrey Fedorov, Senior Counsellor, Chief Consular Officer along with other important dignitaries from Russian Embassy including Yaroslav Tarasyuk, Trade Commissioner and Viacheslav Bessonov, Chief Expert - Trade of the Russian Federation to India.
Sarvesh Shrivastava, Managing Director and Co-Founder, Eupheus Learning said, "Indian football is gaining limelight internationally. Earlier this week, India's U20 Football team won accolades for their win against Argentina at the COTIF Cup in Valencia. It shows that the game of football is coming of age in India.
"The time is right to bring the training exposure at an early age to international levels. We are excited to partner with FS Junior, one of the world's largest football training chains."
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