Grassroots
Friday July 25, 2014

Despite AFC Grassroots Day falling more than a month ago on May 15, its celebration still continued with AFC Member Associations taking advantage of the occasion to inculcate early appreciation of the game in children.

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Staffordshire: Grassroots football in Asia received a boost as representatives from the continent took part in a recent UEFA Study Group Scheme held at St George’s Park, England.

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Kuala Lumpur: May has proven to a momentous month for grassroots football with AFC Member Associations taking their own initiatives to hold festivals to encourage more young people to take part in the beautiful game.

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Singapore: Singapore children are enjoying football immensely and a recent festival proved to be a big hit among them prompting them to want more such events to be organised. 

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Dushanbe: Tajik President Emomali Rahmon has signed a decree announcing 2014 as the Year of Grassroots Football in central Asian nation.

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Kabul: A total of 240 children took part in a football festival capital city of Afghanistan in conjunction with AFC Grassroots Day which fell on May 15. 

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Kurgan-Tyube: Tajikistan celebrated AFC Grassroots Day on May 15 with a festival of football which was attended by 300 boys and girls. 

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Kuala Lumpur: AFC President Shaikh Salman bin Ebrahim Al Khalifa has marked the occasion of AFC Grassroots Day by encouraging member associations to maintain the momentum built up following AFC Grassroots Year 2013.

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