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The number 1 sport in Europe is undoubtedly “King of Football”, increasingly present in the second most populous country in the world (India), but it still has a long way to go before it will achieve the same fame there. You need a national speaker…. and that could be you.

What do I have to do to be successful as a footballer in Europe?

First, you need to be aware of the great advantage you have over other young Europeans and Latin Americans whose dream is to join a professional club: to grow up in an environment less burdened by the thousand and one opinions about football. This way, the assimilation of game concepts is much easier, but it takes time and effort. However, with Soccer Inter-Action's tactical periodization method shared by FC Porto and successful coaches such as two-time Champions League winner Jose Mourinho, you can train to be ready for soccer club tests.

So, with the right method to prepare as an already implemented elite footballer, it is time to show your chest and show what you are worth. For this, the help of professionals is essential, so that conditioning coaches, nutritionists, psychologists and physiotherapists will accompany you - together with coaches - in the arduous struggle for the dream of being part of a team and a club of the best European leagues. With all of this, it's your turn to breathe football day and night until you and the academy's specialized technicians see you ready for your first test. More on this in the article on soccer tests.

Does football have a future in India?

In any case, yes. India is undoubtedly one of the most passionate countries when it comes to sports. Hockey, cricket and polo are the majority today, but there is no doubt that football is gaining traction in India. And not a little. In fact, a little over a year ago there was a before and after of the sport in India: the celebration of the U-17 World Cup, when the country hosted a FIFA tournament for the first time.

In India there are two leagues in the first division;

  1. Hero Indian Super League; with 10 clubs and 284 soccer players with 25.7% foreign players.
  2. I league; with 11 clubs and 369 football players with 22.8% foreign players.

Second Indian Division reactivates;

  1. I. League 2nd Division in 2017; with 18 clubs and 487 soccer players.

With this international event, Indian football also captured the hearts of lovers of this sport, thanks to the hiring of several legendary football players. In the 2014/2015 season, football players like Trezeguet, Anelka, Del Piero, Materazzi, Pires, Ljunberg and Capdevilla played. The latter, European and world champions with Spain, said on the day of his retirement that he would have liked to have played repeatedly in the SuperLiga in India because "the stadiums were always full and there was a good football atmosphere", which is of great importance for this sport and in this country is.

Ultimately, we must not forget the importance of the local heroes, those football players who, thanks to their love for football, paved the way with the mission of promoting this sport even more. Baichung Bhutia, Mehtab Hossain and striker Sunil Chhetri - who belonged to Sporting Club Portugal - are the most important so far…. something that you now have in your hand to change something.

Clubes de Hero Indian Super League;

ClubPlantillaEdadExtranjerosTotal valor de mercadoø-Valor de mercado
Pune City FC3027,084.10 mill. €137 miles €
Mumbai City FC2527,374.00 mill. €160 miles €
FC Goa2827,283.63 million €129 miles €
NorthEast United FC2626,373.63 million €139 miles €
Chennaiyin FC3326,683.38 mill. €102 miles €
Delhi Dynamos FC2725,473.30 mill. €122 miles €
ATK3027,473.03 mill. €101 miles €
Bengaluru FC3127,272.88 mill. €93 miles €
Jamshedpur FC2528,672.58 mill. €103 miles €
Kerala Blasters FC2924,97

Clubes de I-League;

Club Plantilla Edad Extranjeros Valor de mercado totalø-Valor de mercado

  1. Churchill Brothers SC 44 27.6 14 1.53 mill. € 35 miles €
  2. Gokulam Kerala FC 39 27.1 13 1.20 mill. € 31 miles €
  3. East Bengal FC 30 28.0 5 1.18 mill. € 39 miles €
  4. NEROCA FC 30 27.2 9 1.08 mill. € 36 miles €
  5. Mohun Bagan AC 34 26.5 8 900 miles € 26 miles €
  6. Chennai City FC 39 27.2 10 650 miles € 17 miles €
  7. Shillong Lajong FC 30 24.1 6 500 miles € 17 miles €
  8. Aizawl Football Club 39 26.3 8 425 miles € 11 miles €
  9. Real Kashmir FC 42 25.3 7 200 miles € 5 miles €
  10. Minerva Punjab FC 22 24.8 4 125 miles € 6 miles €
  11. Indian Arrows FC 20 18.4 0 - -

369 26.1 años 84 7.78 mill. € 21 miles €