AIFF launches Indian club teams for the authorizing framework for season 2020-21

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Kushal Das (General Secretary of AIFF) on left along side Abhishek Yadav (former Indian forward)

On Tuesday, All India Football Federation’s Club Licensing Administration (AIFF) conveyed the Club Licensing Application Pack (CLAP) to all clubs qualified for the 2020-21 season Indian Club Licensing process.

Clubs should affirm their goal to experience the 2020-21 season Indian Club Licensing process by presenting a signed copy of the Club Licensing Agreement on or before 24th of July, 2020.

Because of the nation’s ebb and flow coronavirus pandemic, the AIFF had recently stretched out the cut-off time to July 15 for clubs and academies to apply their application structure alongside the endorsed expense for the 2020-21 season’s AIFF Academy Accreditation.

“We are cognizant that the COVID-19 situation is still developing and will continue to follow Government advice to keep the situation under review. We will explore different options for completing the accreditation process when the conditions allow.” – The football apex of India (AIFF) said in a statement.

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