Sports

CHANDIGARH FOOTBALL & HOCKEY ACADEMY

Sh. M. L. Sharma, PCS, Director Chandigarh Football & Hockey Academy

INTRODUCTION

Chandigarh Football Academy was conceived and inaugurated by H.E., Lt. Gen. J.F.R. Jacob, PVSM (Retd.), by the then Governor of Punjab and Administrator U.T. Chandigarh on 07.8.2000 and 24 inmates in the age group of 9-10 years were admitted in it. On completion of terms of 7 years, the trainees were passed out in March` 07 immediately after the annual examination of their respective classes.

FOOTBALL ACADEMY-SENIOR

With the results shown by the senior football players the second batch of 24 footballers in the age group of 10-11 years were enrolled during the financial year 2004-05. The tenure of trainees as per the agreements has been fixed as 7 years and they shall be passed out from the academy in March` 2011.

JUNIOR STRING IN PLACE OF SENIOR FOOTBALL TRAINEES (PASS OUT)

The junior batch of football trainees in the age group of 10-11 years was inducted in July` 2007 in place of the senior football trainees who were passed out in March` 2007 on completion of their 7 year tenure in the academy. The tenure of junior string has been fixed as 7 year as per the agreement signed with the parents of the trainees and they shall pass out from the academy in March` 2014.

HOCKEY ACADEMY-SENIOR (PASS OUT)

Keeping in view the success of Football Academy, the Administrator U.T. Chandigarh introduced Hockey Academy w.e.f. 01st July, 2002, in which 24 players (Male) in the age group of 11-12 years were admitted and are being provided all the facilities as are being provided to the football players. The terms of the hockey trainees was kept as six year and they passed out from the academy in March` 08.

The Academy has now been re-named as “Chandigarh Football & Hockey Academy”.

HOCKEY ACADEMY-SENIOR

24 hockey trainees in the age group of 9 to 11 years were enrolled in May` 2005 as second string in the junior hockey and their tenure has been fixed as 7 year i.e. 2012 as per the terms of the agreement signed with the parents of the trainees.

JUNIOR STRING IN PLACE OF SENIOR HOCKEY TRAINEES (PASS OUT)

The junior batch of Hockey trainees in the age group of 10-11 years was inducted in May` 2008 in place of the senior hockey trainees who were passed out in March` 2008 on completion of their 6 year tenure in the academy. The tenure of junior string has been fixed as 7 year as per the agreement signed with the parents of the trainees and they shall pass out from the academy in March` 2015.

GIRLS HOCKEY ACADEMY

Chandigarh Girls Hockey Academy was conceived by Gen. (Retd.) Dr. S. F. Rodrigues, PVSM, VSM, the then Administrator of UT, Chandigarh and 24 girl’s inmates in the age group of 13-14 years were admitted in it. On completion of terms of 5 years, the trainees shall be passed out in March` 2012 immediately after their annual examination of their respective classes.

CHANDIGARH CRICKET ACADEMY

Chandigarh Boys Cricket Academy was conceived by Gen. (Retd.) Dr. S. F. Rodrigues, PVSM, VSM, the then Administrator of UT, Chandigarh and 24 inmates in the age group of 9-10 years were admitted in it. On completion of terms of 7 years, the trainees shall be passed out in March` 2014 immediately after their annual examination of their respective classes.

CHANDIGARH GIRLS CRICKET & FOOTBALL ACADEMIES

Gen. (Retd.) Dr. S. F. Rodrigues, PVSM, VSM, the then Administrator of UT, Chandigarh passed orders to introduce Girls Cricket & Girls Football Academies from the financial 2008-09 and 24 inmates in the age group of 12-13 years shall be admitted in the respective academies. File for sanction of funds etc. is under consideration. The terms of agreement of Girls trainees shall be kept as 5 years, as has been approved in the case of Girls Hockey trainees.

Schemes of CFHA

A conducive environment has been provided for specific coaching and training on scientific basis to achieve par excellence at National/International level. The aim of academy is to develop the game of Cricket, Football & Hockey in Northern Region as well as to inculcate the sports culture. The main object to this academy is to produce outstanding Cricket, Football & Hockey players of National and International standard.

BUDGET

The Sports Department, Chandigarh Administration has been allotted funds of Rs. 03 Crore as grant in aid to the Chandigarh Sports Council during the financial year 2008-09 to meet with the day to day expenditure of all the academies, including Chandigarh Sports Council. Rs. 98/- (revised to Rs. 160/- per head per day w.e.f. July, 2008) per head per day on diet and refreshment per trainee is being paid to the Mess contractor on account of diet charges, including of refreshment given at ground and Tiffin for School. The Sports Council has been meeting the expenditure on Equipments, Uniform, Schooling, Sports Kit, salary to the employees and tutors engaged for the supervised studies of the trainees.

FACILITIES

Free boarding, lodging, uniform, bedding, sports material and other allied equipments, Schedule attached ALL FREE.

STUDIES

The inmates of Sr. & Jr. Hockey academy have been admitted in Govt. Model High School, Sector-42, Chandigarh, Sr. Football in the Govt. Model Sr. Sec. School, Sector-37, Chandigarh, Jr. Footballers in Govt. Model High School, Sector-36, Cricket trainees in Govt. Model Sr. Sec. School, Sector-35 and Girls Hockey trainees are studying in Govt. Girls Model Sr. Sec. School, Sector-18, Chandigarh. The trainees are being providing free Education and all other expenditure on their Books and other school related items are being born by the Academy. 08 tutors has been engaged for the supervised studies of the trainees, including of Girls Hockey trainees.

EXPOSURES

The CFHA has been organizing matches for giving the exposures to its trainees to provide competition to improve the standard of the game. Administrator Football Tournament is being arranged during the month of September every year at All India level basis. The CFHA has got direct affiliation with the Indian Hockey Federation for the participation in the National Tournaments of academy hockey team in the name of Chandigarh Hockey Academy.

FOREIGN TOURS

The CFHA has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Sportscheule Egidious Braun, Leipzig, Germany for the advance training of football trainees twice in a year. 1st batch was sent in May, 07 and 2nd batch in November` 07 for a period of 15 days. From the financial year 2008-09, period of coaching has been extended from 15 to 21 days and 1st batch of 15 trainees visited Germany from 06th to 26th May` 08. Second batch shall be sent in Oct./Nov, 2008.

CHANDIGARH JR HOCKEY ACADEMY

TESTS TO BE CONDUCTED FOR PRELIMINARY SELECTION (10 YEARS)

  • Qualifying Criteria
Height 140 Cms
  • Preliminary Tests
Sr.No.  Type of Test Time Points
1 6x10 Mtr. Shuttle Run 17.3 Sec & less
17.4 to 18.1 Secs
18.2 to 19.1 Secs
3
2
1
2. 30Mtrs flying start 4.0 Secs & less
4.1 to 4.4 Secs
4.5 to 4.9 Secs.
3
2
1
3 Standard Board Jump 180 Cms & above
179 to 164 Cms
163 to 149 Cms
3
2
1
4 Hitting test for accuracy -3 balls   3, 2 , 1
5 Push & stopping the ball -3 balls   3, 2, 1
    Total 15 points
Note:- Boys , who secured minimum 10 points out of 15 above, shall be considered for the final trials.
Skill/Game tests for final trials
1 Fast Dribbling 25 yds with five practice posts   3,2, 1
2 Dribbling and shooting test- 3 balls   3,2, 1
3 Stick body cross rolling 25 Yds   3,2, 1
4 Turning & rolling right & left side   3,2, 1
5 Pass & stopping the ball with running   3,2, 1
    Total 15 points

CHANDIGARH JR HOCKEY ACADEMY( Preliminary Tests 10 years )

  • Preliminary Tests
Sr.No. Type of tests Time  Points
1 6 x 10 Mtrs. Shuttle run 17.3
17.5
17.7
17.9
18.1
18.3
18.5
18.7
18.9
19.1
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
2 30 Mtrs. Flying start 4.9
4.8
4.7
4.6
4.5
4.4
4.3
4.2
4.1
4.0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
3 Standing broad jump 180
177
174
171
168
165
162
159
156
153-149
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
4 Hitting test for accuracy- 3 ball A, B, C, 10 to 01
5 Push & stopping the ball – 3 ball A. B. C. 10 to 01
  TOTAL   50
  QUALIFYING FOR FINAL   38

CHANDIGARH GIRLS HOCKEY ACADEMY ( Preliminary Tests 14 years )

  • Preliminary Tests
Sr.No. Type of tests Time  Points
1 6 x 10 Mtrs. Shuttle run 17.1
17.3
17.5
17.7
17.9
18.1
18.3
18.5
18.7
18.9
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
2 30 Mtrs. Flying start 4.5
4.4
4.3
4.2
4.1
4.0
3.9
3.8
3.7
3.6
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
3 Standing broad jump 193
190
187
184
181
178
175
172
169
168-153
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
4 800 mtrs Run 2.55
3.05
3.15
3.25
3.35
3.45
3.55
4.05
4.15
4.25
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
5 Slapping, scooping , state dribbling A, B, C, 10 to 01
6 Hitting, trapping, pushing test , Push & stopping A. B. C. 10 to 01
  TOTAL   60
  QUALIFYING FOR FINAL   45

CHANDIGARH GIRLS CRICKET ACADEMY  (Preliminary Tests 13-14 Years)

Sr.No. Type of tests Time  Points
1 6 x 10 Mtrs. Shuttle run 17.1
17.3
17.5
17.7
17.9
18.1
18.3
18.5
18.7
18.9
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
2 30 Mtrs. Flying start 4.5
4.4
4.3
4.2
4.1
4.0
3.9
3.8
3.7
3.6
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
3 Standing broad jump 193
190
187
184
181
178
175
172
169
168-153
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
4 400 mtrs Run 1.275
1.375
1.475
1.575
1.675
1.775
1.875
1.075
2.175
2.275
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
5 Medicine Ball put (2 Kg) 3.60
3.50
3.40
3.30
3.20
3.10
3.00
2.90
2.80
2.70
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
6. Stamp target test, bowling, bating (6 balls) 4
3
2
1
10
7.5
5
2.5
  TOTAL   60
  QUALIFYING FOR FINAL   45

CHANDIGARH Jr FOOTBALL ACADEMY  (Preliminary Tests 10-11 Years)

Sr.No. Type of tests Time  Points
1 6 x 10 Mtrs. Shuttle run 16.9
17.1
17.3
17.5
17.7
19.9
18.1
18.3
18.5
18.7
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
2 30 Mtrs. Flying start 3.8
3.9
4.0
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.7
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
3 Standing broad jump 201
196
191
186
181
176
171
166
161
156
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
4 Medicine Ball put (1 Kg) 3.44
3.34
3.24
3.14
3.04
2.94
2.84
2.74
2.64
2.50
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
5 800 mtrs Run 3.04
3.09
3.14
3.19
3.24
3.29
3.34
3.39
3.44
3.49
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
  TOTAL   50
  QUALIFYING FOR FINAL   38

 

CHANDIGARH CRICKET ACADEMY  (Preliminary Tests 11 Years)

Sr.No. Type of tests Time  Points
1 6 x 10 Mtrs. Shuttle run 16.9
17.1
17.3
17.5
17.7
19.9
18.1
18.3
18.5
18.7
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
2 30 Mtrs. Flying start 3.8
3.9
4.0
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.7
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
3 Standing broad jump 201
196
191
186
181
176
171
166
161
156
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
4 Medicine Ball put (1 Kg) 3.44
3.34
3.24
3.14
3.04
2.94
2.84
2.74
2.64
2.50
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
5 800 mtrs Run 3.04
3.09
3.14
3.19
3.24
3.29
3.34
3.39
3.44
3.49
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
  TOTAL   50
  QUALIFYING FOR FINAL   38

CHANDIGARH FOOTBALL ACADEMY

Master Plan Phase-I

1st Year Class IV & V a) Physical conditioning and physical

b) specific Conditioning

9.10 years development.  
Second Year Class V & VI a) Specific skill training.

b) Skill development/mental training.

10.11 Years  
Third year Class VI & VII a) Practice period

b) Initial skill achievement/mental training.

11-12 Years  
Fourth Year Class VII & VIII a) Performance period

b) Initial skill achievements/concentration

12-13 Years  
Fifth Year Class VIII & IX a) Technique/tactics/Mental skills/Imagery

b) Participation at Sub Jr./school National Level

13-14 Years  
Sixth Year Class IX & X a) Specialization building up period focusing
14-15 Years  

CHANDIGARH HOCKEY ACADEMY

Daily Schedules

TIME SCHEDULE OF DAILY ACTIVITIES
0500 HRS KICK OF TIME FROM BED
0530 HRS MILK
0545 TO 0700 HRS HOCKEY TRAINING
0730 HRS BREAKFAST
0800 TO 1400 HRS SCHOOL
1415 HRS LUNCH
1435 TO 1600 HRS ACTIVE REST IN BED
1600 TO 1830 HRS HOCKEY TRAINING
1845 HRS EVENING SNACKS
1915 TO 2045 HRS SUPERVISED STUDIES
2100 HRS DINNER
2130 TO 2140 HRS MENTAL TRAINING
2145 HRS BED
Sunday's Schedules
0700 HRS KICK-OFF TIME FROM BED
0830 HRS BREAKFAST
0900 TO 1030 HRS SELF STUDY
1035 TO 1145 HRS CLEANINGNESS & MAINTENANCE/HOBBIES
1200 TO 1340 HRS TELEVISION/RECREATION/VEDIOS
1345 HRS LUNCH
1415 TO 1700 HRS ACTIVE REST IN BED
1730 HRS EVENING SNACKS
1745 TO 1900 HRS TELEVISION/RECREATION/CULTURAL ACTIVITY
1910 TO 2045 HRS SELF STUDY
2050 HRS DINNER
2130 HRS BED

CHANDIGARH FOOTBALL ACADEMY

Daily Schedule

TIME SCHEDULE OF DAILY ACTIVITIES
0500 HRS KICK OF TIME FROM BED
0530 HRS MILK
0545 TO 0700 HRS FOOTBALL TRAINING
0730 HRS BREAKFAST
0800 TO 1400 HRS SCHOOL
1415 HRS LUNCH
1435 TO 1600 HRS ACTIVE REST IN BED
1600 TO 1830 HRS FOOTBALL TRAINING
1845 HRS EVENING SNACKS
1915 TO 2045 HRS SUPERVISED STUDIES
2100 HRS DINNER
2130 TO 2140 HRS MENTAL TRAINING
2145 HRS BED
Sunday's Schedule
0700 HRS KICK-OFF TIME FROM BED
0830 HRS BREAKFAST
0900 TO 1030 HRS SELF STUDY
1035 TO 1145 HRS CLEANING NESS & MAINTENANCE/HOBBIES
1200 TO 1340 HRS TELEVISION/RECREATION/VIDEOS
1345 HRS LUNCH
1415 TO 1700 HRS ACTIVE REST IN BED
1730 HRS EVENING SNACKS
1745 TO 1900 HRS TELEVISION/RECREATION/CULTURAL ACTIVITY
1910 TO 2045 HRS SELF STUDY
2050 HRS DINNER
2130 HRS BED

MAJOR ACHIEVEMENTS OF SENIOR FOOTBALL ACADEMY (PASS OUT)

  • Pre Subroto Mukherjee Cup, July-2002. The Education Department, Chandigarh Administration conducted the Pre Subroto Mukherjee Tournament and players of the Chandigarh Football Academy emerged as winner in the tournament (Winner)
  • Chandigarh Junior Challenge Trophy U-14, Sept, 2002. Sports Department, Chandigarh Administration organized Chandigarh Junior Challenge Trophy Tournament in Sept, 2002 in the age group of U-14. The teams from Haryana, Punjab and Chandigarh took part in the tournament and the Football Academy team again won the trophy. Winner
  • U.T. Inter School Tournament U-14, Oct, 2002. Education Department, Chandigarh Administration organized Inter School U-14 years Football Tournament, in which School teams of U.T., alongwith St. Stephen Football Academy & Sanjay Public School Academy team took part. Chandigarh Football academy team retain the title of winner, despite of the fact that Chandigarh Football Academy was incepted in Aug, 2000. Winner
  • Master Aakib Javed was declared Best Player of the Tournament in the age group of U-14 years in the Subroto Mukherjee Cup held at New Delhi in Dec., 2002. -
  • Master Rakesh Kumar attended India camp U-14 years conducted by the All India Football Federation held at Jamshedpur for the selection of Indian team, which took part in the SAARC tournament Nov., 2002, conducted under the aegis of Asian Football Federation. -
  • The Chandigarh Football Team secured third place in the School Nationals Football tournament U-14 years held at Jammu in Dec., 2002. There were as many as 09 players of Chandigarh Football Academy, which represented the Chandigarh School team in the said tournament  2nd Runner up
  • The Football team of CFHA participated in the Subroto Mukerjee Football cup tournament held at new Delhi in Dec. 2003 and reached Semi Finals. The Player of the Tournament was given to Master Gagandeep, a trainee of CFHA, alongwith Fair Play Trophy of the tournament. -
  • 06 players of CFHA were spotted out during the Subroto Mukerjee Cup Tournament-2003 and they were called for selection trials followed by Coaching Camp at Madgaon (Goa). ) 5 players namely Master Pawan Kumar, Gorjot Singh, Sukhwinder Kumar, Aakib Javed & Gagandeep represented India U-14 team, which took part in the AFC U-14 Festival Football 2004 Tournament in Nepal starting from 5th April, 2004. Indian team secured 2nd position in the Tournament. Pawan Kumar of CFHA was Captain of the Indian team. -
  • Pawan Kumar has again been invited by the FIFA as Goal keeper to represent India in the U-17 team. -
  • U.T. Inter School Tournament U-15, Nov, 2004. Education Department, Chandigarh Administration organized Inter School U-15 years Football Tournament. Chandigarh Football academy team retain the title of winner. Winner
  • Chandigarh Junior Challenge Trophy U-16, Jan. 2005.Sports Department, Chandigarh Administration organized Chandigarh Junior Challenge Trophy Tournament in Jan. 2005 in the age group of U-16. The teams from Haryana, Punjab and Chandigarh took part in the tournament and the Football Academy team again won the trophy. Winner
  • 03 Sr. Football players, namely Sukhwinder, Randeep & Jaspal Singh attended U-16 Coaching Camp by Football Federation of India at S.A.I. Bangalore from 15th May to 15th June, 2005. One more player namely Ravinder Singh was also called on 10.6.05 by the F.I.F.A. for the said coaching camp. -
  • 13 Football players of CFHA selected by Chandigarh Football Association for U-16 Coaching Camp. They represented India in 3rd BKSP U-16 Football Tournament 2005, held at Dhaka (Bangladesh) from 9th to 16th July, 2005. The Chandigarh team reach upto semi finals. -
  •  02 Football players of CFHA, namely Sukhwinder Kumar and Ravinder Singh invited to attend U-16 (boys) coaching camp at Goa from 25th July, 2005 to 05th Sept. 2005. -
  • Pawan Kumar of CFHA invited by AIFF to attend U-19 Coaching camp-cum- selection trials at Kolkata w.e.f.25th July, 2005.
  • CFHA football team won Chandigarh Sub-Junior Boys Football Championship for U-16 held at Football Stadium, Sector-17, Chandigarh on 21.08.2005 and retain the Mahatma Hans Raj Trophy. Amongst the 03 best players of the tournament, Master Randeep Singh of CFHA was one of them. Winner
  • The Football team of CFHA also won Six-a-side Football tournament played at St Xavier’s Sr. Sec. School, Sector-44 on 21.08.205. Winner
  • 02 Footballers of CFHA, namely Ravinder Singh & Sukhwinder Kumar selection for exposure-cum-training tour to Portugal of India U-17 football team from 1st to 20th Sept, 2005. -
  • CFHA football team won the Sub Jr. (U-17) Challenge Cup Football tournament 2005-06 held on 6.9.2005 at Chandigarh. Winner
  • The Football team of CFHA participated in the Subroto Mukerjee Football cup tournament held at new Delhi in Oct-Nov. 2005 and reached in Finals. The final was played on 13th Oct. 2005 with Nepal team and the CFHA lost the match with 5-6 in tie breaker. Master Gagandeep, trainee of CFHA, was declared best promising player and was awarded CRD100 Motor Cycle. Master Prabhjot Singh was adjoined as best Goalkeeper of the tournament. Runner up
  • Master Pawan Kumar, Sr. Football player selected U-20 (male) coaching camp by AIFF in Jan. 2006 and participated in grand Royal-2005 Challenge Cup in Mayuanmar in Oct-Nov. 2005. -
  •  09 players of Sr. Football Academy represented Chandigarh in U-17 National School Football tournament held at Andman & Necobar during Feb. 2006 and the team secured 1st position. Gurjot Singh, Robin Singh, Gurjinder Singh, Abdul Shamim, Amit Negi, Gurpreet Singh, Jaspal singh, Jagdeep Singh & Harinder Singh participated. -
  • CFHA won the All India six-a-side football tournament held at Kolkatta during last week of May, 2006 and qualified for world level tournament to be held in Berlin (Germany) in first week of July, 2006. Sukhdeep Singh, Gagandeep, Aakib Javed, Randeep Singh, Rakesh Kumar & Pawan Kumar participated. Winner
  •  Master Sukhdeep Singh, Gagandeep, Aakib Javed,Randeep Singh, Rakesh Kumar & Pawan Kumar of CFHA football team participated in Addidas World Cup six-a-side football tournament held at Berlin (Germany) in 1st week of July, 2006. . Football Academy players won as many as 04 matches from the following countries and lost to Brazil by 0-2:-
    • CFHA V/s England 9-3
    • CFHA V/s Switzerland 2-0
    • CFHA V/s Egypt 4-1
    • CFHA V/s Ecuador 2-1
  • The Football team of CFHA participated in U-18 Subroto Mukerjee Football cup tournament held at new Delhi in Sept-Oct. 2006 and reached in semifinals. The semifinal was played on 6th Oct. 2006 with Nepal team and the CFHA lost the match with 0-1.

MAJOR ACHIEVEMENTS OF SENIOR FOOTBALL ACADEMY

1 Master Bikramjit Singh played in Indian U-13 tem at Uzbekistan in from 2nd to 8th May, 2005  
2 Master Bikramjit Singh represented Chandigarh Football Association in the AIFF U-14 Football festival 2005 held t Chandigarh in Dec. 2005.  
3 Master Bikramjit Singh & Sajandeep Singh, Jr. Football players attended India U-14 years coaching camp and represented India U-14 Boys Football team in AFC at Tehran (Iran) in Mar. 2006.  
4 The Education Department, Chandigarh Administration conducted the Pre Subroto Mukherjee Tournament and players of the U-14 team of Chandigarh Football Academy emerged as winner in the tournament  Winner
5 Subroto Mukherjee Cup Football Tournament held at New Delhi in Oct. 2006 The U-1lteam of CFHA participated in Subroto Mukerjee Football cup tournament held at new Delhi in Sept-Oct. 2006 and reached in finals. The final was played on 12th Oct. 2006 with Allied Co-education School, Kathmandu (Nepal) team and the CFHA lost the match with 0-1.Master Rajinder Kumar was adjudged Man of the Tournament and got scholarship of Rs. 5000/- for the same Runner up
6 Master Sumeet Passi, Sr. Football player of CFHA participated in 52nd National School Games 2006 held at Port Blair in Dec. 2006. The team was runners up.  
7 12 Players namely Ramanjot Singh, Sachin Balwal, Sumeet Passi, Rajinder, Chinkash Tewari, Manider Singh, Baljinder Singh, Robin Singh, Samuel, Aakashdeep Singh, Gagandeep Singh, Rajbir Singh visited Sports School at Leipzig, Germany for advance training from 23.5.07 to 08.06.2007.

During the above said training programme, the CFHA Football trainees played 04 matches. 1st match won by 3-0, 2nd by 18-0, 3rd won by 5-1 and 4th won by 5-3

 
8 The CFHA Sr Football team participated in Inter School football tournament-2007 and emerged as Winner by defeating St. Stephens by 4-0 in the semi finals and 2-0 against New Public School in the finals.
 Winner
9 Two footballers namely Master Bikramjit Singh and Deepak Devrani have been invited by AIFF for U-16 Indian coaching camp at Goa and to play exhibition matches in Germany in 1st week of Sept. 2007.
 
10 Master Bikramjit Singh and Deepak Devrani selected for Indian Junior football team and gone to Saudi Arebia for Asia Cup football tournament being held in the first week of November, 2007.
 
11 The CFHA football team participated in Pre subroto cup to represent Chandigarh in the tournament held in October, 2007.
 Winner
12 The CFHA Senior football team participated in subroto cup football tournament held at Delhi in October, 2007 and win 2 matches out of 3 matches.
 
13 The CFHA senior football team participated in Administrator Challenge cup football tournament held at Chandigarh from 1st to 9th September, 2007 and reached up to semifinal. Semifinal
Semifinal
14 Ten CHFA senior football player selected in U-17 school national tournament to be held in December, 2007 at Andaman & Nico bar.
 
15 11 Sr. Football trainees namely, Harpreet Singh, Deepak Devrani, Bikramjeet Singh, Jonny Kumar, K.C., Lalnuntluang, Abraham Lalrinngheta, Pankaj Negi, Amandeep Singh, Subhash Pal, Sajandeep Singh visited Sports School at Leipzig, Germany for advance training from 15.11.07 to 02.12.2007 for advanced training and played 03 practice matches with German U-17 National team and other teams .
 
16 15 Sr. Football trainees namely, Ramanjot Singh, Baljinder Singh. Sehnaj Singh, Sajandeep Singh, K.C. Lalchhuanmawia, Abraham Lal, Lalnuntlunga, Pankaj Negi, Amandeep Singh, Gagandeep Singh, Lalruatfela, Harpreet Singh, Sumeet Passi, Samuel and Akashdeep, visited Sports School at Leipzig, Germany for advance training from 06.05.08 to 25.05.2008 for advanced training and played practice matches with German U-17 National team and other teams. Sh. Tajinder Kumar, Football Coach accompany the team.
 
17 Master Bikramjit Singh & Deepal Devrani, Sr. Football players of CFHA selected and played in Indian U-16 team to U.S. for exposure tour in June-July, 2008.
 
18 Master Sumeet Passi, Sr. Football players of CFHA participated in Asian School Games held at Thailand in July, 2008.
 

MAJOR ACHIEVEMENTS OF SENIOR HOCKEY ACADEMY

  • S.N. Vohra Hockey tournament held at Winner Chandigarh in Aug. 2002.
  • Pre Nehru Hockey Tournament held at Winner Chandigarh in Sept. 2002
  • Inter School Hockey Tournament held at Winner Chandigarh in Oct, 2002.
  • Nehru Hockey tournament held at Pool winner New Delhi in Nov. 2002
  • Punjab Academy league Hockey Runner up Tournament held at Jalandhar Jul, 2003
  • Pre Nehru Hockey tournament held Winner at Chandigarh in Sept. 2003.
  • S.N. Vohra Hockey tournament held at Runner up Chandigarh in Sept. 2003.
  • State School Championship held Winner at Chandigarh in Oct. 2003.
  • Nehru Hockey tournament held at Pool winner New Delhi in Nov. 2003 & Super League Winner
  • Six-a-side Hockey tournament held at Winner Chandigarh in Feb. 2004
  • Indo Malaysian Jr. Hockey Test match held 04 players at Chandigarh in Mar. 2004 of Academy played for Indian team
  • S.N. Vohra Hockey tournament held at Winner Chandigarh in Aug. 2004.
  • Sahabzada Hockey Memorial Tournament Wnner (U-15 yrs) held at Chandigarh in Sept, 2004.
  • Pre Nehru (U-15 yrs) Hockey Tournament Winner held at Chandigarh in Sept. 2004.
  • State Schoool Championship (U-17 yrs) Winner held at Chandigarh in Oct. 2004.
  • Nehru Hockey Cup Tournament held Runner up at New Delhi in Nov. 2004.
  • Pre Nehru Hockey Tournament (U-17 yrs) Winner held at Chandigarh in Aug. 2005.
  • Following 13 Hockey players of CFHA selected for U-16 Coaching Camp during the selection trials conducted by IHF at Jalandhar on 18th & 19th Aug. 2005:-

Dharamvir Singh

Harmanpreet Singh
Simrandeep Singh Ranjodh Singh
Rajbir Singh Rupinder Singh
Dupinder Singh Sandeep Singh
Preetinder Singh Suminder Singh
Amanpreet Singh Deepak Kumar
  • The Hockey academy participated in All India North Zone Hockey Tournament, organized by IHF at Amritsar from 18th to 25th Sept. 2005 Runner up
  • The Hockey academy participated in Jr.Nehru Cup Hockey Tournament, held at New Delhi in Nov. 2005 and lost quarterfinals in tie breaker Whereas, the team has been adjudged Best Penalty corner award and a sum of Rs. 20,000/- has been given.
  • The Sr. Hockey Academy team participated in Winner Jr. PHL Hockey tournament held at Chandigarh in Dec. 2005
  • National School Games Hockey Tournament U-17 (Boys) held at Chandigarh in Feb. 2006.Winner
  • 04 Sr. Hockey players namely Rupinder Pal Singh, Harmanpreet Singh, Dharamvir Singh & Simrandeep Singh attended Indian Coaching Camp at Bhopal from 27th Nov to 15th Dec. 2006. . Rupinder Pal Singh, Dharamvir Singh & Simrandeep Singh participated U-18 (Boys) Asia Cup, India.
  • 05 players of Sr. Hockey Academy, namely Harjit Singh, Rupinder Pal Singh, Simrandeep Singh, Sajandeep Singh & Dharamvir Singh attended coaching camp at Mahindra Stadium, Mumbai from 18.5.06 to 07.06.2006.
  • Master Dharamvir Singh again selected for U-18 Coaching camp held at Chennai from 21st July,06 Onwards in preparation of participation in 4 Nation International Challenge Tournament being held in Singapore from 3rd to 6th Aug. 2006. Indian team secured 2nd positions against Pakistan.
  • The CFHA Hockey Academy team won U-17 Pre Nehru Hockey tournament held at Chandigarh in July, 2006. Winner
  • Four Sr. Hockey players namely Dharamvir, Harjit Singh, Simrandeep Singh & Rupinder Pal Singh played in exhibition Hockey Match between U-18 Indian Hockey Team and SAI STC team at MCD National Stadium, New Delhi on 29th Aug. 2006 on the anniversary of legend Hockey player Dhian Chand.
  • Master Rupinder Pal Singh & Dharamvir Singh selected for Punjab team for participation in the 62nd National Hockey Championship, held at Amritsar from 20th Oct to 3rd Nov. 2006. Rupinder Pal Singh declared Best Full Back (Half line) and got cash prize of Rs. 2500/- due to his outstanding performance.
  • CFHA Sr. Hockey team participated in Nehru Cup (U-16) Hockey Tournament at New Delhi from 4th to 13th Nov. 2006 and reached in semifinals. The team lost semifinals which was played between Guru Harkrishan Public School (GHPS), Delhi by 0-01. The team played for 3rd position with Union Academy, Delhi and won the match by 4-2. 2nd Runners up
  • The CFHA Sr. Hockey team participated in 52nd National School Games U-17 years (Boys) held at Chandigarh from 1st to 6th Dec. 2006 and beat Punjab in finals by 2-0. Winner
  • 04 Sr. Hockey players namely Rupinder Pal Singh, Harmanpreet Singh, Dharamvir Singh & Simrandeep Singh attended Indian Coaching Camp at Bhopal from 27th Nov to 15th Dec. 2006. . Rupinder Pal Singh, Dharamvir Singh & Simrandeep Singh participated U-18 (Boys) Asia Cup, India.
  • 03 Sr. CFHA hockey players Harmanpreet Singh, Rupinder Pal Singh and Dharamveer Singh participated in 6th National Hockey Tournament at Singapore in November, 2007. Runner up
  • Sr. Hockey trainee participation in State championship in 2007 Winner
  • 13 Nos. hockey players of CFHA attend the coaching camp and tournament in the Jr. and Sr. National Team name of the players are :-Rupinder Pal Singh, Harmanpreet Singh, Dharamvir Singh, Simrandeep Singh, Rupinder Pal Singh, Deepak Kumar, Sandeep (Sr.) Dupinder Pal Singh, Preet Inder Singh, Harjit Singh, Rajbir Singh, Amanpreet Singh & Suminder Singh.
  • 04 trainees of Chandigarh Hockey team participated in U-21 Jr. Indian coaching camp at Bhopal from 12th Jan to 8th Mar. 2008. Dharamvir Singh, Rajbir Singh (G.K.), Rupider Pal Singh & amanpreet Singh participated.
  • The Chandigarh Hockey Academy team participated in the U18 National Hockey games held at Hyderabad from 3rd to 18th Feb. 2008 Runners Up
  • 03 Sr Hokey players of Academy selected for U-18 Indian Coaching Camp at Gurgaon from 23rd Feb. to 8th Mar. 2008 for participation in the exhibition match to be played at Gwalior on 9th Mar. 2008. Master Lovedeep Singh, Harmanprteet Singh & Davinder Singh.

MAJOR ACHIEVEMENTS OF JUNIOR HOCKEY ACADEMY

  • The Jr. CFHA Hockey Academy team won U-14 Pre Nehru Hockey tournament held at Chandigarh in July, 2006. Winner
  • 2 CFHA Jr. Hockey team participated in Jr. Nehru Cup Hockey Tournament at New Delhi from 21st to 28th Nov. 2006 and reached in semifinals. The team lost semifinals which was played between Army Boys Sports co. BRC Danapur (Bihar) by 02-03.
  • CFHA Jr. Hockey team participated in U-15 Pre Nehru Hockey Cup held at Chandigarh in Aug. 2007 and won the tournament. Winner
  • CFHA Jr. Hockey team participated in School State Hockey Championship held at Chandigarh in Sept. 2007 and won. Winner
  • CFHA Jr. Hockey team participated in U-17 School National Games held at Chandigarh from 5th to 10th Jan. 2008 and won the tournament. Winner
  • 05 players CFHA Jr. Hockey team participated in U-14 School National Games held at Imphal from 2nd to 12th Jan. 2008 and the Chandigarh team was runners up Runner up

SENIOR FOOTBALL ACADEMY PLAYERS INDUCTED IN JUNE, 2004

Sr.No.  NAME OF TRAINEE  FATHER’S NAME  D.O.B.
1  RAMANJOT SINGH  MANJIT SINGH  20.06.93
2.  SAJANDEEP SINGH  BHARPUR SINGH  15.09.92
3.  BIKRAMJIT SINGH  GURWINDER SINGH  15.10.92
4.  SACHIN BALWAL  RAM LAL BALWAL  22.04.93
5.  SUMEET PASSI  JAII PARKASH PASSI  12.09.94
6.  RAJINDER KUMAR  MAHESH  04.03.93
7.  CHINKASH TEWARI  SHIV KUMAR TEWARI  04.10.93
8.  MANINDER SINGH  GURCHARAN SINGH  18.02.93
9.  BALJINDER SINGH  NISHAN SINGH  07.12.92
10.  AKASHDEEP  SATINDER PAL SINGH  26.07.93
11.  GAGANDEEP SINGH  TARSEM SINGH  03.10.93
12.  SEHNAJ SINGH  KASHMIR SINGH  29.07.93
13.  HARPREET SINGH  BALWINDER SINGH  04.10.92
14  AMANDEEP SINGH  BALWANT SINGH  16.07.93
15  SAMUEL  JAMES  31.08.93
16  DEEPAK KUMAR DEVRANI  PREM LAL DEVRANI  10.12.92
17  PANKAJ NEGI  VIKRAM SINGH NEGI  30.08.92
18  JONNY KUMAR  UTTAM CHAND  25.07.92
19  ABRAHAM LALRINNGHETA  C. LALHMACHHUANA  22.01.95
20  LALNUNTLUANGA  LALBIAKMAWIA  27.04.95
21  LALRUATFELA  LALCHMINGMAWIA  11.11.93
22   LATHAZUALA  LALTHIANGHLIMBNA  21.10.94

JUNIOR FOOTBALL ACADEMY PLAYERS INDUCTED IN JUNE, 2007

Sr.No.  NAME OF TRAINEE  FATHER’S NAME  D.O.B.
1.  GAURAV MALL  RAM ASHRA  17.11.97
2.  KAMALPREET SINGH  INDERJIT SINGH  15.11.97
3.  PRABHNOOR SINGH   HARJINDER SINGH  07.12.97
4.  ROHIT KUMAR  RAJ PAL  21.11.97
5.  HARSHARAN KHABRA  HARNANDAN SINGH  18.11.97
6.  HITESH SHARMA  BHARAT BHUSHAN  25.12.97
7.  GURSIMRAT SINGH  GILL ANOKH SINGH GILL  02.11.97
8.  PRABJOT SINGH  SANTOSH SINGH  24.12.97
9.  DANIEL LALHLIMPUIA  L.H. ZOSANGLIANA  12.09.97
10.  M.S. DAWNGLIANA  R. SAGKUNGA  25.08.96
11.  K. LALRAMZAUVA  K. HMINGDAILOVA  01.01.97
12.  ZOTHANTLUANGA  F. VANLALHRUIA  23.07.98
13  JATINDER  BHOLE NATH  28.12.97
14  RAHUL  BAKSHI RAM  09.12.97
15  MOHD. TAHIL  MOHD. SHARIF  13.11.97
16  PARAMVIR SINGH  HARBANS SINGH  14.03.97
17  PARDEEP SHARMA  CHUNNILAL  22.12.97
18  RAJAT BHALLA  BALRAJ BHALLA  31.12.97
19  ARSHDEEP SINGH  DALJIT SINGH  06.10.97
20  ROHIN KUMAR  VIMAN KUMAR  09.11.97

SENIOR HOCKEY ACADEMY PLAYERS INDUCTED IN JUNE, 2005

Sr.No. NAME FATHER'S NAME D.O.B.
1 GURJINDER SINGH SARWAN SINGH 01.04.94
2 INDERJIT SINGH MANJIT SINGH 25.11.93
3 MANMEET RAJ SINGH LAKHWINDER SINGH 09.01.95
4 MAJOR SINGH JAGTAR SINGH 21.08.94
5 HARCHARAN SINGH SUKHDEV SINGH 13.03.94
6 DILJOT SINGH PRITPAL SINGH 19.10.93
7 GURJANT SINGH BALDEV SINGH 26.01.95
8 BALJOT SINGH RAJINDER SINGH 03.08.94
9 AMRINDER SINGH JASWINDER SINGH 27.12.93
10 SUKHJEET SINGH AVTAR SINGH 30.10.93
11 GAGANDEEP SINGH MANJIT SINGH 02.11.93
12 BIKRAM JEET SINGH DARSHAN SINGH 11.12.93
13 AMRITPAL SINGH KASHMIR SINGH 23.10.94
14 CAPTAIN SINGH JAGTAR SINGH 28.07.95
15 GAGANDEEP SINGH GURMEET SINGH 31.07.94
16 CHARANJIT SINGH AVTAR SINGH 13.12.94
17 KANWALDEEP SINGH SURJIT SINGH 30.03.94
18 ABJEET SINGH JAIMAL SINGH 21.11.93
19 SAHAJPREET SINGH GURINDER PAL SINGH 15.02.95
20 BIKRAMJIT SINGH LATE JAGTAR SINGH 28.11.93
21 DAMANDEEP KALEKA RAGHUWINDER SINGH 26.02.94
22 GURNOOR SINGH BALWINDER SINGH 12.08.93
 

JUNIOR HOCKEY ACADEMY PLAYERS INDUCTED IN MAY, 2008

Sr.No. NAME FATHER'S NAME D.O.B.
1. Mehkeet Singh Sh. Jaimal Singh 15.01.98
2 Parmpreet Singh Sh. Kesar Singh 08.02.98
3 Gurjot Singh Sh. Rashpal Singh 22.12.98
4 Oankar Daman Singh Deol Sh. Manjit Singh 30.07.99
5 Jaspreet Singh Sh. Mukha Ram 11.01.98
6 Amrit Pal Singh Sh. Gurwinder Singh 11.02.98
7 Ravinder Singh Sh. Mangal Singh 14.02.98
8 Arvinder Singh Sh. Gurdhyan Singh 15.10.98
9 Maninderjit Singh Sh. Gurminder Singh Shah 07.01.98
10 Kawaljit Singh Sh. Kasmir Singh 04.01.98
11 Gurjeet Singh Sh. Partap Singh 18.11.98
12 Sumeet Pal Singh Sh. Kashmir Singh 12.11.99
13 Hartaj Singh Aujla Sh. Satwant Singh 11.01.98
14 Jasdeep Singh Sh. S. Darshan Singh 26.04.98
15 Puswinder Singh Sh. Jand Singh 01.12.99
16 Vishal Antil Sh. Satish Kumar 10.04.99
17 Guriqbal Singh Kuldeep Singh 05.06.98
18 Harmeet Singh Manjit Singh 17.10.98
19 Harnek Singh Baljit Singh 19.11.98


CHANDIGARH GIRLS HOCKEY ACADEMY PLAYERS INDUCTED IN AUG. 2007

S.No.  Name  Father’s Name(Shri.)  D.O.B.
1  Monika  Takdir Singh  05.11.93
2  Reena Khokhar  Jagpal Singh  10.04.93
3  Sangeeta  Inder Pal  17.04.94
4  Simran Dhanola  Mahavir Singh  31.07.93
5  Sandeep Kaur  Kesar Singh  16.12.94
6  Navdeep Kaur  Jaswant Singh  25.08.94
7  Gurpreet Kaur  Surjit Singh  16.06.94
8  Swati  Surjit Singh  14.05.93
9  Neha Rawat  Chander Pal  14.03.93
10  Ramandeep Kaur  Satnam Singh  16.08.94
11  Shivani Singh  Subhash Chander  06.07.93
12  Ritusha Arya  Jagdish Kumar  23.03.93
13  Jyoti Manral  Dan Singh Manral  25.06.94
14.  Kamalpreet Kaur  Major Singh  27.08.93

CHANDIGARH CRICKET ACADEMY PLAYERS INDUCTED IN JULY, 2007

S.No.  Name  Father’s Name(Shri.)  D.O.B.
1  Akhil Jakhmola  Sh. Naresh Chand  15.12.97
2  Ayush Vats  Sh. Ashwani Kumar Sharma  26.01.97
3  Chetan Raturi  Sh. R.P. Raturi  05.02.97
4  Utkarsh Aggarwal  Sh. Manoj Aggarwal  06.03.97
5  Kushpal Singh  Sh. Balkar Singh  21.09.97
6  Dhamandeep Singh  Sh. Karnail Singh  05.11.97
7  Parvinder Singh  Sh. Gurcharan Singh  29.05.98
8  Amrinder Pal  Sh. Gurcharan Singh  22.05.97
9  Jagjit Singh  Dhir Singh  28.01.97
10  Pushkar Sharma  Davinder Sharma  04.11.96
11  Aseem Wadhwa  Narinder Wadhwa  17.11.96
12  Mohd. Aarif Ansari  I.A. Ansari  17.02.97
13  Sajid Yousuf  Mohd. Yusuf  10.08.97
14  Abhimanu Srivastav  Abhimanu Srivastav  03.10.97
15  Avneet  Harvinder Singh  15.12.96
16  Saurav Vaswan  Jasbir Singh  03.09.97
17  Devesh Sharma  Suryakant Sharma  14.09.97
18  Rahul  Harish Chand  20.10.97
19  Naveen Kumar  Parma Nand  23.11.97
20  Rahul Singh  Bhagwat Singh  20.12.98
21  Hardeep Singh  Meet Singh  15.08.98
22  Kapil Kumar  Virender singh  20.01.97

MATCHES SCHEDULE OF HOCKEY ACADEMY : 2008-09

MONTH PROGRAMME REMARKS
March Practice matches and competition matches with Junior and Senior Teams (Amritsar, Jalandhar, Ludhiana, Patiala) Main Practice
April -do-  
May -do-  
June -do-  
July Hockey league tournaments & Competition (Chandigarh)

Main practice & Conditioning work.

Aug -do-  
Sept. Pre Nehru Inter School Hockey tournament (may be tour to Pakistan or Malaysia),Participation in All India Gurmit memorial Hockey Tournament at Chandigarh. Main competition
Oct. State School championship & other Tournaments  
Nov. Nehru Hockey tournament and participation in National School games Under 17 years.  
Dec. Any other tournament under 15, 16 and 17 years throughout India in the state or other tournaments (may be senior level) participation.  
Jan. -do-  
Feb. -do-  

MATCHES SCHEDULE OF FOOTBALL ACADEMY 2008-09

MONTH PROGRAMME REMARKS
Apr The boys shall be provided with maximum exposure. The team shall be playing maximum number of matches in the new training period. The Academy team shall play practice matches with Rurka Kalan & Malilpur teams in this month.  

May & June

In the first & 2nd week of May the academy team shall play practice matches with the teams of Mahilpur, D.D.A. & Gurdaspur etc. In the last week of May the academy team shall be sent for atleast 15 days exposure tour to Goa, where the team shall play five to six matches with various academy and reputed teams of the region.  
July The teams from the neighboring areas shall be invited to play football matches with the academy boys.  
Aug The academy team shall participate in local tournament in Chandigarh, as the Annual Challenge Cup shall be organized in the month of Sept. 2006. Attempt shall be made to provide maximum number of practice matches to the team, to enable the team to participate successfully in the coming challenge Cup. The tournament shall be for the age group of U-17.  
Sept The prestigious annual Subroto Cup is likely to be staged in the month of Oct. 2006. All efforts shall be made to the team to deliver its best in the said tournament. The academy team shall participate in the Pre Subroto matches at Chandigarh. The teams from the different neighboring areas shall be invited to play friendly matches with the Academy team.  
Oct The team shall participate in the Subroto Mukherji Tournament at Delhi.  
Nov The academy team shall participate in the inter School U-17 Tournament. The academy team shall start playing invitational competitions from this month.  
Dec The academy team shall be sent to Bangladesh for much needed International level exposure.  

Training / Practice Schedule

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