The home of Indian football, Kolkata will have the last of the 2017 FIFA U-17 World Cup set to commence in October 2017. The world football body, FIFA, whose assessment advisory group is in India to monitor the arrangements have affirmed that the last will be held at the Salt Lake Stadium in Kolkata on 28th of October 2017.
The 21-part FIFA assignment drove by Jaime Yarza investigated the six proposed scenes (New Delhi, Goa, Kochi, Navi Mumbai, Guwahati and Kolkata) for India’s first historically speaking FIFA competition.
“The group is exceptionally satisfied with the upgrades that have been made over the most recent couple of months. On the off chance that it goes on like this, this stadium will satisfy all the most astounding principles. We are as yet observing the scene somewhere else,” Yarza said in a question and answer session.
The competition will commence in Navi Mumbai’s DY Patil Stadium on October 6, 2017. The quarterfinals will be held in Goa, Guwahati, Kochi and Kolkata, while Guwahati and Navi Mumbai will have the semi-finals.
Competition Director of the Local Organizing Committee Javier Ceppi stated, “It is an upbeat day for me since every one of the inquiries regarding the match calendar will quit being inquired. We can at last concentrate on different things. It has been a greatly confounded procedure to conclude the timetable to have a World Cup in India – diverse merriments, climate designs, distinctive courses of events.”
“We realize that October is a time of merriments and we need this to be a celebration of football,” Ceppi included. Another trademark had been beforehand declared which is “Football assumes control”.
“This is the first occasion when that India is facilitating a FIFA competition. It will be likewise the first run through an Indian group will play in a FIFA rivalry. In acknowledgment of the expanding fervor about the wonderful diversion in India, ‘Football Takes Over’ was the first and most fitting decision as the Official Slogan for the competition,” Ceppi said.
India who have been consequently fit the bill for the World Cup as hosts, will be up against Iran, Iraq, Japan and Korea DPR (AFC), Brazil, Paraguay, Chile and Colombia (CONMEBOL), trailed by New Caledonia and New Zealand (from OFC). Groups speaking to nations from Europe (UEFA), North and Central America and the Caribbean (CONCACAF) and Africa (CAF) will be concluded soon.