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Santosh Trophy 2022: These 10 Teams are taking part, were drawn into two groups and West Bengal, Kerala, Punjab Drawn in the Same Group

Kerala is getting back to normal after an extended period of Covid-19. The state’s government is planning for hosting the 75th anniversary of the Santosh Trophy in the state.  Its year is a Platinum Jubilee year, and as we reflect on the glorious tradition of the tournament. Along with the help from Kerala’s Government of Kerala. We hope for a huge achievement,” said AIFF general secretary Kushal Das in a statement. The AIFF had before declared a partnership together with the Kerala government for many football development initiatives. The event was successful in hosting the women’s senior national championships that concluded earlier in the month.

  The AIFF had before declared collaboration along with the Kerala government on a variety of football-related projects. It included hosting women’s senior national championships that concluded earlier in the month. “The Santosh Trophy is a fundamental piece of the Indian Football plan. The AIFF is happy with the energy that consolidates the occasion.

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Santosh Trophy 2022 These 10 Teams are taking part

The gatherings that will be partaking for the 75th time. The Senior Men’s National Football Championship for the Santosh Trophy is according to the accompanying:

 Group A:

 Kerala (hosts), West Bengal, Punjab, Meghalaya, and Rajasthan

Group B:

Karnataka, Manipur, Gujarat, Services, and Odisha

Group A can be described as a ‘Group of Death’ with West Bengal, Kerala, and Punjab. Competing against Meghalaya and a surprise package Rajasthan.

Santosh Trophy 2022 These 10 Teams are taking part, were drawn into two groups and West Bengal, Kerala, Punjab Drawn in the Same Group
Santosh Trophy 2022 These 10 Teams are taking part

The current year’s 75th senior public football title for men. To be held in the Santosh Trophy will start on February 20th. It will proceed through the sixth of March in Kerala the All-India Football Federation (AIFF) declared on Friday.

Soccer returns to JNI stadium

The stadium was the home of the Indian Super League. The Stadium Kerala Blasters in the past was empty for some time. The Santosh Trophy is an imperative part of the Indian Football plan.

The AIFF is satisfied with the energy that includes the event. Along with the help from Kerala’s Government of Kerala. We strive for a huge achievement,” said AIFF general secretary Kushal Das in a press release.

 

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