Junior football trials today
Srinagar, Jan 11: The J&K Football Association is going to conduct selection trial for the national sub-junior football tournament at Polo ground, here on Wednesday.
The trials open and players who are born after 1st January 1996 are eligible to participate.
The JKFA has asked all the players who intend to participate in the trials should bring their original birth certificate with them to the venue at 2 pm on the given day.
Selected players will go to Jammu where final selection trials will be held on 14th January.
The selected players will represent State in National Sub-Junior championship scheduled to be held in Uttarakhand. Team will face Himachal in the opening encounter on January 20 while in second match will lock horns with Uttar Pradesh on January 23.they play their third match against Uttarakhand on January 24.
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