Football, often referred to as the “beautiful game,” is a passion that unites nations, transcending cultural boundaries and creating an atmosphere of exhilaration.
In recent years, India, a country known for its love of cricket, has been making steady progress in the realm of football.
With a population of over 1.3 billion people, India’s footballing potential is enormous, and its growing enthusiasm for the sport has sparked a wave of optimism.
Football has deep roots in India, with its origins dating back to the late 19th century when British soldiers introduced the sport.
The first official football match in India was played in 1892, and the sport gradually gained popularity across the nation.
The All India Football Federation (AIFF) was formed in 1937 and became affiliated with FIFA in 1948. However, despite its long history, India’s success in international football has been relatively modest.