We have had a lot of articles on the economics of football in Europe and other parts of the world. Unfortunately there have been very few analyses performed on the economics of the sport here in India. A couple of years back, things looked bright for Indian football with IMG-Reliance acquiring the commercial rights of

This month – July 2012 – too, our young team at Anglian football was busy keeping all of us entertained with their comic strips and the unveiling of more players from the Anglian fantasy football team – Anglian Footoons FC.  Following are some examples:   To keep up with our latest releases, be sure to

In the first collaborative effort between our two clubs, three players from Shillong Lajong FC were selected to go for a three-week training program at FC Vestsjælland in Slagelse, Denmark. Eugeneson Lyngdoh, Lalramluaha and Lalthuammawia Ralte have been training in Slagelse for more than one week and are already well settled in their unfamiliar environs. The

Anglian was able to facilitate the sending of 3 key players from Shillong Lajong to train in Denmark with FC Vestsjælland. The players were exposed to European training and conditioning methods which will help them tremendously once they return to the Lajong squad. Times of India | 13th July 2012   Lajong sending players to

Now that we have been playing ball for a year, let’s look back and see what we have learnt about the state of football in India. From the very beginning, our main intention for getting involved with football was to find a way to get Indian talent, whether based in India or abroad, a chance

Slagelse stadium, the homeground for FC Vestsjælland is getting ready to upgrade its facilities to host Danish Superliga play by December 2012. Slagelse Kommune, a partner of FC Vestsjælland and Anglian Holdings, is investing approximately USD 10 Million to make the stadium at par with the best stadiums in Europe.   The photos show the

This month Anglian Football kicked its social media campaign into high gear with the unveiling of cartoon players from it’s fantasy football team called the Anglian Footoons FC! We will be highlighting the team on our Facebook page. Watch out for the remaining players every month and do let us know who your favourite players are.

Anglian Football kicked off its YouTube channel with a series of short films on local football in and around Delhi as well as a short film commissioned by us on the football culture in the remote North-Eastern state of Nagaland: To see more of our videos and to subscribe to our YouTube Channel click here.

Our very own Dhruv Ratra, Anglian Holdings’ CEO of Sports & Marketing, was invited to the 2012 European Soccerex forum in Manchester where a number of global stakeholders in the game got together to discuss and analyse growing trends and growth possibilities in the game. Other than Dhruv, India made its presence felt with more than 20

In February 2012 Anglian Holdings became the first outside investor in the iconic Indian I-League football club Shillong Lajong FC which is based in the football-crazy North East part of India. Business Standard | 31st March 2012   Two for One   Article Link   Times of India | 29th February 2012   Shillong Lajong