Important Announcement : Trials in Guwahati will be conducted on 22nd May morning 7 AM instead of 21st May as our team member of selection panel got injured in the road accident and missed their flight.
Following is the list of shortlisted players after trials at Jaipur, Delhi, Lucknow, Nagpur and Raipur.
Players need to download the form here and follow the instructions below –
1. Download the registration form from here
2. Print the form and complete it. Get it duly signed by parents/guardians
3. Scan the form and send it to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
4. Last date to complete this process is 23rd May 2017
5. Trials will be in first week of June. Date for trials will be intimated to you latest by 25th May 2017.
Shortlisted Players – Download the List from here
|Orange 2||Aditya A Nair||2002||Under 15||Raipur|
|Orange 5||Milind Singh||2002||Under 15||Raipur|
|Orange 7||Arun Aryan||2002||Under 15||Raipur|
|Orange 15||M Siddharth||2002||Under 15||Raipur|
|Black 5||Rishabh Gaherwar||2003||Under 15||Raipur|
|Black 6||Mohan Indaliya||2002||Under 15||Raipur|
|Black 13||Prajwal Demeti||2002||Under 15||Raipur|
|Orange 1||Priyansh Tiwari||2002||Under 15||Raipur|
|Orange 8||Samarpit Anand||2002||Under 15||Raipur|
|GK||Arsh Anwar Sheikh||2002||Under 15||Raipur|
|Orange 14||R Manoj||2002||Under 15||Raipur|
|Black 3||Kunal Chouhan||2003||Under 15||Raipur|
|Black 8||Pravesh Kanaujia||2003||Under 15||Raipur|
|Orange 13||Akash Yadav||2002||Under 15||Lucknow|
|Orange 10||Sheikh Mohd Anas||2003||Under 15||Lucknow|
|Orange 14||Bhuvan Singh||2003||Under 15||Lucknow|
|Black 14||Priyansh Kumar||2003||Under 15||Lucknow|
|Black 3||Sagar Singh||2003||Under 15||Lucknow|
|Black 8||Kanish Verma||2002||Under 15||Lucknow|
|Green 1||Yashash Gowda||2003||Under 15||Nagpur|
|Green 5||Dhankumar Padalu||2003||Under 15||Nagpur|
|Green 6||Mohd Tauseeque Ansari||2002||Under 15||Nagpur|
|Green 14||Divyanshu Buddhanand Meshaaram||2003||Under 15||Nagpur|
|Green 15||Gulshan Hemant Ambade||2003||Under 15||Nagpur|
|Black 1||Farhan Ahmed Tallad||2003||Under 15||Nagpur|
|Black 6||Aditya Chandne||2002||Under 15||Nagpur|
|Black 7||Anshul Sahare||2003||Under 15||Nagpur|
|Black 8||Dhruv Mudhkunwar||2003||Under 15||Nagpur|
|Black 9||Nikhil Vivek Durge||2002||Under 15||Nagpur|
|Black 12||Zeeshan Nisaar Ali||2002||Under 15||Nagpur|
|Black 13||Shashank Singh||2003||Under 15||Nagpur|
|Orange 6||Prabimar Makkar||2002||Under 15||Nagpur|
|GK||Mishikant Jamal||2002||Under 15||Nagpur|
|Orange 7||Vinit Kothari||2002||Under 15||Nagpur|
|Green 11||Sachin Mewalal Tiwari||2002||Under 15||Nagpur|
|Green 11||Adwait Sanbli||2003||Under 15||Delhi|
|Green 14||Tushar Pal||2003||Under 15||Delhi|
|Orange 8 GK||Vikas Kumar||2002||Under 15||Delhi|
|Orange 2||Navneet Dubey||2002||Under 15||Delhi|
|Black 1||Aman Dutt Semwal||2003||Under 15||Delhi|
|Black 2||Shamsher Singh||2003||Under 15||Delhi|
|Black 3||Faisal Wanl||2002||Under 15||Delhi|
|Black 4||Mansur Ahmed||2003||Under 15||Delhi|
|Black 9||Aman Rana||2003||Under 15||Delhi|
|Black 10||Saifuddin||2003||Under 15||Delhi|
|Black 11||Shivam Sharma||2002||Under 15||Delhi|
|Green 11||Arjat Singh||2002||Under 15||Delhi|
|Green 12||Manas Sujwan||2002||Under 15||Delhi|
|Black 1||Khammilal Haokip||2003||Under 15||Delhi|
|Black 3||Rishi Giri||2002||Under 15||Delhi|
|Black 8||Dhruv Sharma||2002||Under 15||Delhi|
|Black 12||Naim Saifi||2003||Under 15||Delhi|
|Black 2 GK||Mandeep Singh||2002||Under 15||Delhi|
|Black 4||Sahil Chahar||2002||Under 15||Delhi|
|Black 5||Sahil Phogat||2002||Under 15||Delhi|
|Green 1||Utkrish Kumar||2004||Under 13||Delhi|
|Green 2||Joe Booker||2004||Under 13||Delhi|
|Black 3||Siddhart Shivam Negi||2004||Under 13||Delhi|
|Green 3||Akash||2004||Under 13||Delhi|
|Green 4||Shourya Negi||2007||Under 13||Delhi|
|Green 6||Rahul Kumar||2005||Under 13||Delhi|
|Green 7||Anil Rokaya||2004||Under 13||Delhi|
|Green 8||Abhishek||2004||Under 13||Delhi|
|Green 9||Sunny||2004||Under 13||Delhi|
|Green 11||Bablu||2005||Under 13||Delhi|
|Green 13||Saksham Semwal||2004||Under 13||Delhi|
|GK||Saurabh Yadav||2004||Under 13||Lucknow|
|Orange 2||Sumit Kumar||2004||Under 13||Lucknow|
|Green 4||Sadiq Raza Rizwi||2004||Under 13||Lucknow|
|Green 1||Vivek Singh||2005||Under 13||Lucknow|
|Orange 5||Saksham Gupta||2005||Under 13||Lucknow|
|Green 5||Yash Yadav||2007||Under 13||Lucknow|
|Green 8||Dhruv Sharma||2004||Under 13||Lucknow|
|Green 9||Sameer Khan||2004||Under 13||Lucknow|
|Green 1||Shubham Rai||2004||Under 13||Raipur|
|Green 4||Ajay Bhosle||2004||Under 13||Raipur|
|Black 3||Harsh Sailesh Patil||2004||Under 13||Nagpur|
|Green 2||Mohd Sufiyan||2004||Under 13||Nagpur|
|Green 5||Anurag Chandawe||2004||Under 13||Nagpur|
|Green 7||Ayush Patil||2004||Under 13||Nagpur|
|Green 9||Akshat Dhanvijay||2005||Under 13||Nagpur|
|Green 13||Shibu Singh||2004||Under 13||Nagpur|
|Black 2||Mohd Zahid||2004||Under 13||Nagpur|
|Green 6||Vikas Sharma||2004||Under 13||Nagpur|
|Green 10||Abhinav Chavan||2004||Under 13||Nagpur|
|Black 13||Vikas Singh||2000||Under 18||Raipur|
|Orange 10||Yashpal Chouhan||1999||Under 18||Raipur|
|Black 8||Jatin Kumar Sahu||2000||Under 18||Raipur|
|Orange 9||Anpras Rajwade||2001||Under 18||Raipur|
|Orange 5||Bhuvnesh Shendre||2000||Under 18||Raipur|
|Green 14||Salil Milind Khandwe||1999||Under 18||Nagpur|
|Green 15||Ravi Kumar Roka||2001||Under 18||Nagpur|
|Black 1||Bhuvan Jerpoth||2001||Under 18||Nagpur|
|Black 4||Raunak Gupta||2000||Under 18||Nagpur|
|Black 5||Abdul Daniyal Kazi||2000||Under 18||Nagpur|
|Black 8||Nikhil Gonde||2001||Under 18||Nagpur|
|Black 10||Yannilal Singh||2000||Under 18||Nagpur|
|Orange 2||Jaikrit Rawell||2000||Under 18||Nagpur|
|Orange 3||Yash shankar Shukla||1999||Under 18||Nagpur|
|Orange 5||Sagar Abhimanyu Pilare||1999||Under 18||Nagpur|
|Orange 6||Sahil Meshram||2000||Under 18||Nagpur|
|Orange 14||Bhuvnesh Shendre||2000||Under 18||Nagpur|
|Black 13||Aditya Ratan Parj||2001||Under 18||Nagpur|
|Black 15||Swapnil Sunil Neware||2000||Under 18||Nagpur|
|Green 8||Sheikh Abid||2000||Under 18||Nagpur|
|GK||Rishabh Chandrakar||1999||Under 18||Nagpur|
|GK||Paramjit Baghel||2001||Under 18||Nagpur|
|Black 5||Priyanshu Verma||2000||Under 18||Lucknow|
|Black 15||Ashish Kumar Yadav||2001||Under 18||Lucknow|
|Green 11||Prakhar Goyal||2001||Under 18||Lucknow|
|GK||Sashwat Jaiswal||1999||Under 18||Lucknow|
|GK||Aniket Karki||2001||Under 18||Lucknow|
|GK||Roshal Chowdhari||2000||Under 18||Lucknow|
|Green 14||Zanthion Mang||1999||Under 18||Delhi|
|Black 10||Vinit Thapa||2000||Under 18||Delhi|
|Black 15||Hardik Pant||2001||Under 18||Delhi|
|Black 3 GK||Devansh Dabas||2001||Under 18||Delhi|
|Orange 13 GK||Naman Vasisht||2000||Under 18||Delhi|
|Black 7||Paramveer Singh||2000||Under 18||Delhi|
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Official News : Trials in Imphal and Aizwal have been cancelled due to rains and unavoidable weather.
Trails in Guwahati will be conducted on 21st May 2017 on NFRSA Railway Stadium, Maligaon, Guwahati.
Madhya Bharat Sports Club have announced a tour for scouting best footballing talent across the country. Trials will be organized on following dates in following cities –
1. Jaipur – 6th May 2017 at University of Rajasthan – Registration Link Closed
2. Delhi/NCR – 7th May 2017 at Thyagraj Stadium – Registration Link Closed
3. Lucknow – 11 May 2017 at La Martiniere College – Registration Link Closed
4. Nagpur- 14th May 2017 at SECRSA Railway Stadium – Registration Link Open
5. Raipur – 17th May 2017 at Physical Education Ground, Pt. Ravishankar Shukla University, Raipur – Registration on Spot
6. Guwahati- 22nd May 2017 at NFRSA Railway Ground -Maligaon, Guwahati, Assam – Registration Link Closed
7. Imphal- 22nd May 2017* – Cancelled due to bad weather
8. Aizwal – 24th May 2017* – Cancelled due to bad weather
9. Indore 28th May 2017 – Malwa Institute of Technology Ground – Indore – Click here to Register
10. Bhopal 30-31st May 2017 – Barkatullah University – Click here to Register
- * The dates are tentative. They are subject to change.
CELTIC SOCCER ACADEMY – MADHYA BHARAT SPORTS CLUB FREE FOOTBALL CAMP
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Madhya Bharat Sports Club in association with Celtic Soccer Academy presents Promotion Football Camp with UEFA Pro Coach Jose Carlos Hevia. The camp is for the promotion of football in the city of Bhopal.
The camp will include basics of football, and fun activities. Madhya Bharat Sports Club is also looking for talented players for the admission in the elite academy. We are looking to offer scholarships to the players based on merit.
The camp will be held on the ground of International Public School, Bhopal. It will start at 4.30 pm and end at 9 pm in the evening.
This appointment of former Minerva FC & Pune City FC coach follows the tie up with Celtic FC for the Academy
Madhya Bharat Sports Club is pleasured to announce the arrival of highly qualified and experienced coach Jose Carlos Hevia of Spain as the Technical Director of the Academy. He is no alien to the Indian Football fraternity as he had a successful stint with Indian Super League team FC Pune City as the Technical Director and Head of Grassroots Development from 2014 to 2016 and completed the enormous task of setting up FC Pune City Academy from scratch. He has successfully worked for Minerva FC and developed players, some of whom are now a part of India’s U17 WC squad.
The appointment of the Spaniard, whose CV boasts of 26 years of successful coaching in Spain and India would surely will boost the confidence of the players and the management working together with him.
With partnership with Celtic FC and appointing Jose, Madhya Bharat Sports Club has shown its intention of being a footballing home of central India. Club’s CEO Mr. Rishish Dubey said. “Jose is a fantastic professional and a person. We were looking for someone who could take our academy forward from the scratch. He has done it before and I am sure he will do a great job in Bhopal at our club.” Jose, ready for the challenge in central India expressed his happiness on joining the club, “The project sounds amazing and is a great challenge for me to try and help the club to make it a success.”
The career path at Madhya Bharat Sports Club – Celtic Soccer Academy
Madhya Bharat Sports Club has signed a six year deal with Celtic Football Club to join their International Soccer Academy program. This is a major news for the football enthusiasts in India, as it now provides an opportunity to Learn the Celtic Way of playing.
Celtic FC’s academy is a world class academy that has a history and track record of producing players year after year. Celtic FC is very happy to tie-up with Madhya Bharat Sports Club. Following is the full press release by Celtic FC –
MADHYA Bharat Sports Club has joined Celtic Soccer Academy’s International Partnership Programme in a long-term agreement that will see the Academy work with the club to implement a football development model in Bhopal, India.
This partnership follows previous successful relationships in India with both The Mahindra Group and two-time national league champions, Salgaocar FC.
Madhya Bharat SC have a promising academy set-up which is focused on the development of young players through world-class coaching and academic programmes, offering a unique combination of sport and study across residential and day-boarding player development centres in the area.
Celtic Soccer Academy have committed to a substantial coach education programme to help develop the standard of coaching available to young Madhya Bharat SC players.
Madhya Bharat SC’s founder and CEO, Rishish Dubey said: “We are very pleased to join hands with Celtic FC, one of the best clubs in the world.
“We visited the academy and were very impressed with Celtic FC’s youth program. The values of the club are a major reason we have partnered with them.
“I believe that Celtic FC is the right club to come to India to help us develop footballers and coaches with the results of development of Indian football within the Central India region.”
Celtic Soccer Academy has over 70 official partner clubs across the world, taking the ethos of talent development, fair play and social interaction through football into many countries worldwide.
Celtic FC’s International Soccer Academy Manager Tony Massie added: “We are delighted to add Madhya Bharat SC to our International Club Partnership Programme and again emphasise our commitment to building relationships across the globe.
“Madhya Bharat SC is a very ambitious and progressive organisation and we are looking forward to a long and prosperous partnership with the club.”
Our strategic consultants Anglian Management Group have been in touch with Celtic FC for quite some time and highly recommended the club as an ideal fit for Madhya Bharat SC’s foray into an International tie-up.
Director’s of Madhya Bharat Sports Club expressed their excitement and happiness on the successful tie-up. Mr. Vikas Sharma, who had visited the Celtic FC academy previously looked forward – “We believe that this will contribute in developing football in and Central India. It is a good development for Bhopal City.”
Mr. Khurana told us, “Celtic FC is a very big club of Scotland. It’s history and track record of producing players from the academy speaks for itself. We will make sure the players from all across the country get an opportunity to train the Celtic Way! “.
Madhya Bharat Sports Club’s Academy is excited to bring the new elite world class academy to the City of Lakes and Hills – Bhopal. The club is looking forward to start the trial tours.
It’s a pleasure to announce that we are opening admissions for the world class academy-education set up in Bhopal in our Celtic Soccer Academy. MBSC will be traveling around the country, approximately 9000 kilo meters in total to scout for the talent from all across the nation. The club is excited about the potential in India and will leave no stone unturned to find and nurture the best footballing talent.
Get Ready the Messi(s) and Ronaldo(s) of the country. We are coming to find you.
Welcome to the new home of football of Central India – The Madhya Bharat Sports Club!
Madhya Bharat Sports Club is a new football club – academy setup based in the City of Lakes – Bhopal. The club has been started with the objective of developing world class players from Central India including but not limited to the states of Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Jharkhand, Chattisgarh, Rajasthan etc.
MBSC was formed with the idea of developing youth footballers from the region and provide them world class football training. The club has ambitions to play in the top leagues of India with huge participation from the local academy boys. With strong focus on the values we are a club based on Honestly, Leadership, Creativity, Effort, Solidarity, Respect, Fairplay and Friendship.
Madhya Bharat SC is a very ambitious and progressive organization with an aim to participate in the top leagues of the country. The club looks forward to be able to contribute to the Indian football by developing players who go on to play for the national team and make the country proud.
Yoddhaas as we like to call our selves, we stand united for our values and give our everything in our effort to bring glory and success in sports in Central India.