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All Nepal Football Association (ANFA) and Nepal APF(Armed Police Force) School today signed a six-year historic agreement to establish the Nepal APF School Football Academy.
ANFA Chairman Karma Tsering Sherpa signed and exchanged an agreement with Armed Forces AIG, Pushpa Ram K.C. They clarified the cooperation between ANFA and APF to promote the cooperation of young football players.
The All Nepal Football Association (ANFA) has signed an agreement with APF stating that will run a u-14 football academy with a program in Halchowk. The academy will enroll a total of 21 young boys, including 7 from APF, 7 from ANFA, and 7 from the open selection.
Both parties agreed to establish a long-term agreement, which is a firm step towards achieving the goal of prioritizing the development of education and integrating with professional football.
The contract means that ANFA and APF School Football Academy will jointly provide facilities for young players every year. The ANFA and APF Academy technical teams will select 21 players jointly. Also, the academy will be managed by ANFA qualified coaches and will be open to boys aged 13-14.
For the young boys, this is an excellent opportunity to gain experience and knowledge from the academy. This will also help young players experience elite players and desire to pursue a career in football.
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News Source: ANFA