India hockey is on the rise in terms of domestic hockey. The first Sub Junior Men’s Academy National competition went well. Hockey India is now gearing up for the National Championship for Junior Men starting October 18th.
Bhopal will play 28 teams with over 550 players, as well as coaches and sponsors, at the Junior Men’s Academy First Games.
Nominees in Hockey India will be present at the ceremony. The National Competition provides a platform for beginner players to show off their skills and entertain the selectors. It will help them find a place in the youth camp.
Participating teams from Berar Academy (Vidarbha) Amravati, Naval Tata Hockey Academy – Jamshedpur and Olympian Vivek Singh Academy at Pool A. Bhai Behlo Hockey Academy Bhagta, Namdhari Sports Academy and RV Academy of Hockey compete in Pool B.
Dhyan Chand Academy, Mumbai Schools Sports Association, and Raja Karan Academy have been included in Pool C. Ghumanhera Riser’s Academy, Mata Sahib Kaur Academy Jarkhar – Ludhiana and Roundglass Punjab Hockey Club Academy are in Pool D.
Pool E will host HIM Academy, Markandeshwar Hockey Academy, SAI – Academy (Kolkata) and Citizen Hockey XI. Hubli Hockey Academy, Malwa Hockey Academy Hanumangarh, Salute Academy, and Republican Sports Club have been included in Pool F.
Jai Bharat Academy, Maharaja Ranjit Singh Academy, SGPC Academy, Thirumalvalavan Academy form Pool G. Lakshmi Ammal Sports Academy, Madhya Pradesh Hockey Academy, Tamil Nadu Hockey Academy and Vadipatti Raja Academy located at Pool H.
After six days of the waterfalls, the quarterfinals will be played on October 24 and the semifinals will take place on October 26. The medals are scheduled for October 27.
Hockey India complies with all COVID-19s for SOP prevention
The alliance has established a number of SOPs to follow. Players, coaches and professionals are all required to submit a test report for the COVID-19 RT-PCR test upon arrival in Bhopal. The test must be performed within 48 hours of departure.
All players and adults will also need to have the Aarogya Setu program on their devices.
All the restrictive rules of COVID-19 such as body length and the use of face masks are mandatory.
The COVID-19 working group is also formed by the planning committee. He will ensure that the recommendations made by the Ministry of Housing (MHA) and the government of Madhya Pradesh are implemented.