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Played in schools up and down the country, the global language of football is spoken throughout India, making it a great destination for a football tour.

Snapping at the heels of cricket and hockey in the popularity stakes, football is really coming into its own in India.

What the indian sides lack in skill, they certainly make up for in enthusiasm, so it’s a perfect destination if you’re developing new talent within your team.

Be prepared for an assault on the senses and bring an open mind, and your bespoke football tour in india promises to be the team trip of a lifetime.

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  • Executive assistance upon arrival and throughout the tour. One escort will be provided from the start till the end of the tour.
  • All transfers to match venues / sightseeing in ac coaches
  • Accommodation on triple sharing basis 3 star hotel throughout the tour.
  • Lunches/ cold drink & refreshments on the day of the matches
  • Visit to All India Football Federation , followed by training session
  • Rickshaw Ride in Delhi
  • Visit to Bhaiching Bhutia Football School in Chandigarh
  • Visit to Jaipur football club , in Jaipur
  •  Visit to NGO in Jaipur
  • A friendly match with local villages/school children in Samode
  • Interactive session with senior coaches at Tata Football Acaemdy in Jamshedpur.
  • One Indian souvenier to all players.
  • Train travel from Delhi to Agra.
  • One bottled water per person per day.
  • All entrance charges to monuments are also included.
  • Certificates for all performers during the matches.
Arrive late night at Delhi International airport. Our representative along with your will be met outside ` the customs gate and escort you to your hotel in an air-conditioned Indian made vehicle.
Delhi - the capital of India - one of India's fastest growing cities spread far beyond the "seven cities" created between the 13th and the 17th centuries. New Delhi flaunts a surprising number of impressive monuments, striking landmarks related to its conquests by the Mughals, Turks, Persians and ultimately the British.
There is no other city in India that boasts as varied a history as Old Delhi. There were eight prior cities of Delhi before what is today as known as Delhi was built. In the last 3,000 years, the city has seen the rise and fall of great empires and has been ruled in turn by the Hindus, the Mughals, the British and others. This tour will take you on a journey through Old Delhi Travel back in time to the Mughal era.
Overnight in Delhi

Begin your day with visit to Imperial New Delhi. Drive past the India Gate (war memorial dedicated to the martyr’s of World War I), The President's Palace - former Viceroy's Palace, Parliament House and the Secretariat buildings - an interesting blend of the Victorian and 20th century architecture.
Enjoy a guided tour of Humayun’s Tomb, UNESCO World heritage site. The first great example of Mughal architecture in India, it developed to become the hallmark of the Mughal Dynasty.
Next visit Qutab Minar - UNESCO World heritage site, a soaring tower of victory, 72.5m high with five distinct stories. This minaret is built on the foundation of a Hindu temple; many elements of the construction reflect their Hindu and Jain origins. Within the complex there are myriad monuments that combine both Islamic calligraphy and Hindu motifs.
Post lunch visit to ALL INDIA FOOTBALL FEDERATION (AIFF) for an interactive session with one of senior coach available. AIFF is a member of FIFA, AFC and Indian Olympic Association and is self obliged to respect the Statues, Regulations, Directives and decisions of FIFA and AFC and to ensure that these are likewise respected by its Members.
During your visit you will come across India achievements in Football… Later One hour training session by Senior Coach within the premises.
BY Evening return to your hotel.
Overnight in Delhi

Begin your exploration in Old Delhi visiting the Jama Mosque, the royal mosque built by the Mughal Emperor, Shah Jahan in 1656. It is one of the largest in the world - the main prayer hall can accommodate 20,000 people! Enjoy a cycle rickshaw ride through the narrow lanes of Chandni Chowk, the spine of Old Delhi that houses the spice market and jeweler’s lane. Drive past Red Fort (a UNESCO World Heritage Site). Built in red stone by Shah Jahan in 1648, this magnificent monument is laid out along River Yamuna as an irregular octagon.
Post lunch we have schedule a friendly match with school/academy team, followed by Hi tea with opposite team players.
Return to your hotel.
Overnight in Delhi

This morning drive to Chandigarh
Chandigarh is a city in Northern India that serves as the capital of the states of Punjab and Haryana.
The city of Chandigarh was the first planned city in India post-independence in 1947 and is known internationally for its architecture and urban design. The city has projects designed by architects such as Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret, Jane Drew and Maxwell Fry. The city tops the list of Indian States and Union
Territories with the highest per capita income in the country. The metropolitan of Chandigarh-Mohali- Panchkula collectively forms a Tri-city.
On Arrival, check into the hotel.
Post lunch Visit to The Chandigarh Football Academy. Later proceed to Visit BHAICHING BHUTIA FOOTBALL SCHOOL (BBFS), is an exciting initiative by India's longest serving football captain . BBFS has previously engaged the services of internationally acclaimed European academies to formulate our coaching methods and train our coaches. BBFS' Head Of Coaching is Scottish Football Coach - Stevie Grieve, who brings with him 10 years of rich coaching experience in 4 countries over 3 continents. Stevie holds a Level 4 youth license as well as the most advanced Children's coaching certification - and has in-depth understanding of technical and tactical aspects of the game. Stevie mentors the core group of football coaches and aims to share knowledge which is integral to the BBFS values. BBFS primarily caters to children in the age group of 5 to 18 years.
Special Evening Interactive session with senior coach of the school (subject prior permission) .
Overnight in Chandigarh

Start your day with morning training session at BBFS and later play friendly with school team.
Post lunch we will leave to Delhi with memories of match. Check into your hotel.
Overnight in Delhi

Early morning transfer to New Delhi Station to board your train for Agra(breakfast will served on board)
Agra - Two great Mughal monarchs, Akbar and Shah Jahan, transformed the little village of Agra into a befitting second capital of the Mughal Empire - giving it the name Daru-li-Khilafat {seat of the Emperor}. Today, a visitor to Agra is caught up in a World of contrasting edifices of red sandstone and white marble, narrow lanes and quaint buggies, and that irresistible charm that this favorite city of the Mughals still retains. It is not surprising, that modern Agra still reflects its Mughal heritage most conspicuously. A walk down the narrow bustling streets of the city will introduce the visitor to the wafting aroma of Mughlai cuisine.
On arrival check into the hotel.
Proceed to visit Agra Fort - a UNESCO World Heritage site. An imposing structure with walls of red sandstone, almost two miles long and contains palaces, audience halls and mosques. The fort presents a good sampling of Islamic and Hindu architectural styles. It was built by the third Mughal Emperor, Akbar. Subsequent additions were made to the fort by his son Jahangir and grandson Shahjahan.
Visit mesmerizing Taj Mahal by sunset - a UNESCO World heritage site Enjoy a romantic ride to the monument of the love on decorated Tongas ‘horse driven carriages’. The 17th century Taj Mahal is often called a poem in stone. If so, the mausoleum is a love poem - created by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan for his favorite wife Mumtaz Mahal. It took 22 years to be completed and was designed and planned by a Persian architect Ustad Isa.
Apart from its stunning design balance and perfect symmetry, the Taj is also noted for its elegant domes, intricately carved screens and some of the best inlay work ever seen. It is the jewel of Muslim art in India and one of the universally admired masterpieces of the World's heritage (Please note: Taj Mahal remains closed on Friday).
Overnight in Agra

This morning drive to Jaipur enroute stop to visit Ghost City- Fatehpur Sikri a UNESCO World Heritage Site, The deserted red sandstone city was built by Emperor Akbar as his capital and Palace in the late 16th century
Jaipur, "The City of Victory", was first intended to be "Sawai Jaipur", named after the boy Prince who commissioned it - Maharaja Jai Singh II - a warrior, astronomer and politician who reigned over the Mughals from 1699 to 1743. Today's Jaipur is pink, visually described as the city shaded with the autumn colors of a sunset.
Although originally the walls were render set and pigmented the color of red sandstone, Jaipur's universal coat of pink only came in 1876 to coincide with the visit of the Prince of Wales (King Edward VII). Almost the entire city was given a coat of pink paint, thus giving it the name "The Pink City".
Later in the afternoon proceed to visit JAIPUR FOOTBALL CLUB, Founded in 2010 with the specific purpose of developing and molding football players in Jaipur and Rajasthan. Besides producing great footballers we take pride in instilling Integrity, Self Esteem, Respect and Character in players. With over one hundred trained players, Jaipur FC has become a model club in Rajasthan. They are looking forward to helping Football grow in India!
Overnight in Jaipur

Morning visit Hawa Mahal or the Palace of Winds. This beautiful façade is probably the most-photographed in Jaipur, with its ornately carved windows designed so the ladies of the palace could look out onto the streets unobserved.
Visit City Palace Museum, which has a priceless collection of antiques, costumes and armory of the Mughals and Rajputs including swords of different shapes and sizes with chiseled handles. It also has an art gallery which displays a collection of miniature paintings, carpets, royal paraphernalia and rare astronomical works in Arabic, Persian, Latin and Sanskrit. Next visit Jantar Mantar Observatory, a UNESCO World heritage site - a stone astrological and astronomical Observatory built by Maharaja Jai Singh in the 18th century.
Secondly half of the day is schedule for friendly match with Jaipur Football Club Team (with their prior permission).
Overnight in Jaipur

This morning enjoy an excursion to the magnificent Amber Fort. Ascent the fort by Elephant (Subject to availability)!
Tour the chambers and hallways of the palace, famous for the excellence of its design and decoration. Within the complex is Ganesh Pol, an imposing gateway painted with the images of the elephant-headed god, Ganesh. The merging of Rajput and Mughal architectural styles is captured in the Sukh Niwas and Jas Mandir apartments, and the Charbagh garden with its perfectly proportioned landscaping. Pierced screen windows offer views from different vantage points & shimmering mirrors encrust walls of Sheesh Mahal.
Also visit NGO: We support non-government development organization working on issues affecting the urban and rural poor, with a special focus on children and women. Visit one our projects to understand the work done and people involved: Surman Sansthan - Jaipur. The NGO is a brain-child of a passion driven young woman, Manan Chaturvedi, who feels that no child should be without a mother in his or her life. Run with able support from her husband and a few close friends, this NGO runs from Manan's home where her own 3 children also live and are growing up together with their adopted siblings. Currently houses 59 abandoned children in the 2 months to 15-year-old male and female bracket. These have been picked up off the streets as abandoned children and are now part of Manan's one big family. She takes full responsibility of these children as their mother, with focus on hygiene, nutrition and education. Surman Sansthan does not give the children for adoption, as in the words of Manan, 'I am their mother and which mother in the world will give her child away to someone.
Continue to drive for an hour to nearby village called Samode
On arrival at Samode Bagh, enjoy lunch at lawns.
Located about 40km north of Jaipur is the picturesque village of Samode, nestled among the picturesque rolling places to explore and wander. Group arrives at the village entrance where decorated camel carts await your arrival. The group will distribute itself and mount camel carts and the coach with baggage will drive up to the palace. The camel caravan escorted with 2 torchbearers to each cart and led by local musicians would commence its journey through the cobbled streets through the village.
Later proceed for village ride in Jeeps, You would be taken to inside village and Talk to a local inhabitant of Samode and the pride and glow on his face as he speaks of the Samode Hotels, their glory, the family and its history, tells you more than just a simple story.
Also visit village school where you will welcome by teachers and students. During visit we will also play another friendly match with school team.
Later in the evening return to Jaipur.
Overnight in Jaipur

This morning transfer to Jaipur airport for your flight to Ranchi.
Ranchi, Capital of Jharkhand is also called as city of Water falls and lakes. Dassam falls is 34 kms from Ranchi on Ranchi-Tata Road near a village called Taimara. Here, the Kachni river, a tributary of Subarnarekha River falls from an altitude of 144 feet. It is also known as Dassam Gagh.Similarly, Hundru fall is about 45 kms from Ranchi on Ranchi-Purulia Road.Here the Subarnarekha River falls from a height of 320 feet."Jonha Falls" also known as Gautamdhara is around 40 Kms from Ranchi. It is approachable by both Road and train. The fall can be admired by descending around 500 steps. There is a tourist rest house which contains Lord Buddha temple. The river Kanchi flows nearby
On Arrival in Ranchi. Check into the hotel.
Later proceed to visit interesting places in Ranchi , Hill and Pahari Mandir, and Gel Church and Dassam falls.
Overnight in Ranchi

This morning drive to Jamshedpur for 130 Kms / approx drive of 2 hours
AT Jamshepur your day is schedule to visit very famous TATA FOOTBALL ACADEMY (TFA)
Academy was founded , to inculcate among the young men and women of India the sporting spirit, the zeal to excel, to win, and above all the discipline and dedication that brings out the winner in the individual. The Tata Football Academy, conceived in 1983 and inaugurated in 1987, is but one intrinsic component of the Tata Ideal manifested in reality.
The objective of Tata Football Academy is to nurture and train budding footballers in the most scientific way with the sole purpose of improving the standard of Indian Football and be a nursery for producing outstanding players for the Indian National Team.
Post visit we will also play match with acamedy team mates (with their prior permission)
Later in the evening return to Ranchi
Overnight in Ranchi.

This morning you will be transfer to Ranchi airport for your direct flight to Kolkata.
Kolkata (also known as Calcutta) is the capital of the Indian state of West Bengal. Located on the east bank of the Hooghly river, it is the principal commercial, cultural, and educational centre of East India, while the Port of Kolkata is India's oldest operating port as well as its sole major riverine port.
Upon arrival in Kolkata, transfer to your hotel.
`Dominique Lapierre’s ‘City of Joy,’ the city of Kolkata, formerly known as Calcutta is more than 300 years old. This span has witnessed its development into one of the world’s most densely peopled metropolises. And yet, there is something undoubtedly special about Calcutta. For, it combines the past and the present on a covetous plane. It amalgamates the traditional and the modern, and brings the intense and the frivolous together. At one level Calcutta is always in transition, and at another, it is firmly anchored to a tradition and culture quite uniquely its own. There are many facets to Kolkata. For one thing, it is a noted cultural centre, famed for its cinema, poetry, music, art and cinema. For another, it offers some wonderful memorabilia of the British Raj. But, above all, Kolkata is an intensely human city and the warmth and charm of its people is to be experienced to be believed.
Later proceed City tour of Calcutta visiting the Victoria Memorial built by Lord Curzon as a marble memorial to Queen Victoria in 1905 houses the memorabilia of the early days of the British Raj. Visit the National Museum which houses the various art treasures of the land and the temple dedicated to Kali, the demonic attribute of Parvathi at Kalighat.
Continue the tour with visit to Kumartuli is a traditionally potters’ quarter They make all type of sculpture, fibre glass idol, bronze model, stone model and the shoal (tharmocol) model.
Drive past by Fort William, the Eden Gardens, the Dalhousie Square and the Writers Building. Also visit the e Missionaries of Charity, the home of Late Mother Teresa
Overnight in Kolkata

Begin your day with special walking experience Confluence of Cultures - Journey from Bow Barracks to Burra Bazar The city has witnessed many more cultures in its past than most others would even in this globalised present. Here we will trace for you the origins and remains of the varied communities that hung their boots and called Calcutta home.Let’s check out why Chinese breakfast still rules Tiretta Bazar, where the Parsis are dwindling in numbers with each passing day and how the Armenians gave the city its oldest surviving Christian church while we pass the Anglo-Indians, the Muslims, the Marwaris, the Biharis and many more that made this city a great melting pot of diverse cultures.
Later visit EAST BENGAL FOOTBALL SCHOOL (EBFS) and play friendly match with team
Later you would be taken for your farewell dinner at Tollygunge Club with senior coach of EBFS, is the only Country Club of its kind in India and ranked amongst the top 20 Clubs of the world. It is spread over a hundred acres with a Club House that is over 220 years old. The Tollygunge Club is located in the southern part of Kolkata, only 9 Kms from the centre of the city.
Return to your hotel.
Overnight in Kolkata

Today transfer to Kolkata airport in time to connect flight for back home

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