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Shillong Lajong vs New Delhi Josh (1-0)

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See random pictures of our programs above or to view our galleries click on the KIDS dropdown on the top right and then click the (see picture) link on the page that opens.
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IYSA 2013. IYSA started the New Delhi Josh football program for disadvantaged children in 2010. (Josh is a Hindi word meaning "fighting spirit", pronounced "Joe-sh"). 150 players between the ages of 8-16 from Delhi Government schools receive intensive coaching and play in a League. Coaches from Arsenal in the Community spend a number of months every year working with the players. NDJ players have represented the Delhi State team in the National School games and one player has been accepted into AIFF Regional Academy in Bangalore. The program aims to create a positive attitude and self confidence in these children, a greater discipline and focus, build their determination and a hunger to win. It gives these children an opportunity to be trained in an organised structure and system that shows a path to them becoming successful players in the future. The program is supported by donations from individuals and companies. VENUE: IYSA NDJ Football Program, Delhi Govt Education Centre, C-4 Vasant Vihar, New Delhi - 110057 (Behind Tagore International School on Paschimi Marg)
Click here to see the New Delhi Josh facebook page
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RELATED NEWS.

Field of Dreams. - Mint
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India reveals football goal. - BBC Sport Co UK

A country of more than a billion people, but a national team ranked 157th in the world. The football equation in India does not add up writes Matthew Kenyon of BBC Sport. Click here to read the article
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A freekick for all. - OUTLOOK MAGAZINE
Kids are voting with their feet writes G. Rajaraman.
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Bringing parents to the game. - INDIAN EXPRESS

Its the kids who now bring parents to their soccer games. Kids from over 48 schools all around Delhi and the Salaam Baalak Trust come together for the IYSA Mini Soccer League 2005-06.
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What`s holding back Indian football? - BBC

BBC Radio World Football`s Mike Geddes visited IYSA and saw India take on Oman in March. He investigates why India lags behind its neighbours. Read and listen to Mike`s report by going to the link below.
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Indian street kids given new goal. - BBC

The BBC`s Ayanjit Sen reports on how India`s Youth Soccer Association is searching for new talent among Delhi`s orphans and runaways.
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Getting the Basics right. - INDIAN EXPRESS

IYSA is featured in the Indian Express on Sunday 6 April 2003.
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http://www.indianexpress.com/oldStory/21495
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Indian girls discover a bent for Beckham. - LONDON TIMES.

The IYSA Girls Soccer League is featured in an article about Girls Soccer in India in the London Times (World Section) on Wed, 26 Feb, 2003. An online version can be seen if you copy the link below and paste on your browser address bar.
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Football film spurs on Indian girls. - BBC

Jill McGivering says that girls in India have been so inspired by the recent hit film Bend It Like Beckham that there has been an explosion in interest.
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Soccer: We need to set the ball rolling - INDIAN EXPRESS
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Mayanti, our former girls football manager anchors ZEE TV Soccer Shows - INDIAN EXPRESS
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Arup Das
India Youth Soccer Association (IYSA)
K-4 South Extension II, New Delhi - 110049, India
M: +91.9810521312, E: arupdas@indiayouthsoccer.com

IYSA Football Centre
Delhi Govt Education Centre, C-4 Vasant Vihar, New Delhi - 110057
(Behind Tagore International School)