Based out of Akbarpur in the Ambedkar Nagar district in Eastern Uttar Pradesh, the Awadh Mutineers’ story is as heart-warming as it is inspirational. Founded back in 2013, the Mutineers is the only club in Akbarpur, and was founded with the aim of promoting Football in these parts as well as provide sports training and education to kids belonging to under-privileged backgrounds.13239163_1712872022263646_6801753608481881952_n

Over the course of two years, the club has fully supported the schooling and football education twenty kids from different families across Akbarpur. While they have gradually improved at football and tasted success in local matches, the management felt it was time to test their talents outside of their hometown, and what better place for the next chapter of their story than the big city of Delhi. The boys had never travelled outside their village, but being the confident and determined bunch that they are, they couldn’t wait!
 
 

Over the course of two years, the club has fully supported the schooling and football education twenty kids from different families across Akbarpur

 
 

2016 Hero I-League Preview

07 January 2016

Football is taking giant steps in India and is clearly the second largest sport in the country after cricket, and growing rapidly. India’s national football league – known as the Hero I-League – is an Indian professional league for men’s association football clubs. The competition was formed as the ONGC I-League in 2007 in an effort

Awadh Mutineers is a grassroots sports initiative and football club based in Akbarpur, Ambedkar Nagar, Eastern Uttar Pradesh. The club selects children from underprivileged communities in the area and trains them via certified and experienced football coaches. The selected children are provided with free education, stationery, food and nutrition, kits and gear and quality football

Mr. Sandeep “Sunny” Narang, Chairman of the Anglian Omega Group (India), and Chief Mentor of the Anglian Management Group (AMG) recently spoke at the 2015 TiECON Chennai event earlier this month. TiE (The Indus Entrepreneurs) is a non-profit global community that welcomes entrepreneurs from all over the world. TiE was founded in 1992 by a group of successful entrepreneurs

Guwahati Football Club is a  professional football club based out of Guwahati, Assam. The club was formally launched in November 2014 by a group of prominent local businessmen from the region including Sanjive Narain, Kamal Das, Manoj Goswami, Dudul Chowdhury, and others. In December 2014, Guwahati FC tied up with Anglian Management Group (AMG) and

Newly formed club to set up North East’s first International Football Academy based in Guwahati   Guwahati, India / Curitiba, Brazil – March 13, 2015:  Newly formed Guwahati FC is taking the first steps towards establishing itself as a powerhouse of Indian football. The club has tied up with Delhi-based Anglian Management Group (AMG) and

New Delhi, India / Curitiba, Brazil – December 15, 2014: After inking a partnership in July this year, Anglian Management Group (AMG) and Brazil’s Clube Atlético Paranaense (CAP) are looking to expand their relationship by setting up grassroots and coaching academies across India. As part of this new venture, AMG and CAP, along with educational

Awadh Mutineers Sports Club Private Limited’s first step is the founding of Awadh Mutineers Football Academy (AMFA) in partnership with Raghuraji Devi Foundation Trust which runs the Takshila Academy, an English Medium School, in the town of Akbarpur, in Amdedkar Nagar District of Eastern Uttar Pradesh. Takshila Academy provides an environment in which every student

Second such partnership for Anglian to further consolidate its vision to bring the best of world football to India, after its earlier JV with Legion FA, the leading football advisory firm based in the UK   New Delhi, India / Curitiba, Brazil – July 28, 2014:  Anglian Management Group today announced its partnership with Clube

Back in 2012, and against the advice of many people, Anglian invested in Shillong Lajong FC. We did this because we saw the talent and passion for the sport both amongst the players as well as the fans who would come out to support their local teams in huge numbers. We helped the club streamline

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