Rajasthan United Football Club has slowly been catching the sports fraternity’s attention in India. AU Rajasthan FC has launched a premier football residential academy in Bhilwara, Rajasthan. They collaborated with Poornima University. The club handpicked players from all the major cities of India through trials. They have plans to nurture the young talent and give them a platform to perform on the big stage.
Their main focus is on players under the age of 11 till the age of 18 to get exposure. Rajasthan United FC is now one of the select few with this distinction. It will help in the player’s development from a very young age and nurture them to the finest possible.
Facilities provided by the club
The facilities include an International size professional football field, a fully functional gym, a mess, a medical room with a 24×7 physiotherapist, a library, and all other basic needs in terms of training, nutrition, academics, and accommodation. A total package like this is surely going to motivate the youth and the nation as a whole, to take football to new heights in our country.
The club also unveiled its new jersey dedicated to the induction of Jaipur as a UNSECO world heritage site. The new jersey in blue proudly shows Jaipur’s most prized possession, The Hawa Mahal on its front.
They are paying close attention to grass root level by training kids under the age of 10 as well so that they have exposure to sports at an early age. The club is also focusing majorly on the women’s team, as a team of 15 girls is being trained regularly at their women’s facility.
Players who emerged from the academy of Rajasthan United FC
Swapnil Dhaka: currently in Chennai City FC
Prashant Narayan: currently with Sudeva Delhi FC
Kartik Bisht: currently playing with RoundGlass Punjab FC
Rahul Soni: currently playing in Serbia 2nd division league.
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