FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup: LaLiga Football Schools student Kajol Dsouza is living the dream

It was a dream come true for 16-year-old Kajol Dsouza as she donned the Indian blue during the country’s landmark performance at the FIFA Women’s World Cup under-17 competition against USA at Kalinga Stadium in Bhubaneshwar, Odisha, and a huge moment for LaLiga Football Schools, a joint project of LaLiga and India On Track.

The LaLiga Football Schools Project started in 2018 and has since affected more than 10,000 students in India. Kajol is one of them, who has been training regularly at the LLFS Center in Pune since 2018.

“It is an honor of the highest degree for me to be selected for the national team and to play in a FIFA World Cup. Football has been my passion since childhood and getting the chance to train at LaLiga Football Schools was a dream I am grateful to my coaches at the Pune center for sharing their knowledge and supporting me in reaching this milestone,” said Kajol.

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The LLFS project is designed to have a deeper impact at the grassroots level through training of Indian football coaches and administrators of the programs.

“In the four years since we launched this project in India, we have seen tremendous talent and skills from young people in different parts of the country. Kajol was such a standout player and we are thrilled to have the opportunity to use her talent and hard work to make a mark for India on the world stage. We will continue to support the ambitions of her and the other students and wish her all the best for this U-17 World Championship,” said Saul Vazquez, Senior Specialist – Football Projects Development, LaLiga and In-Charge of LLFS India.

Speaking of the World Cup, India lost 0-8 in their opener against the US. India will face Morocoo in their second Group A match at the same venue on Friday. India’s last group match is against Brazil on Monday, October 17.

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