Chennai Kaalpandhu League To Kick off on 10 th October

~An exclusive Football league for U-13 government and corporation school

children~

Chennai, October 08, 2022: LatentView Analytics is set to hold its second edition of Chennai
Kaalpandhu League (CKL) from October 10 to October 15 at YMCA College of Physical Education,
Chennai. CKL will be played by boys and girls from government and corporation schools. The objective
of the league is to build a pathway for the underprivileged children to become high-performing athletes
or sportspersons through a formal scouting process, provide them a platform to perform and integrate
them with existing state-enabled athlete development pathways.
CKL will have 6 boys teams and 6 girls teams (15 players per team) who would be facing each other in a
round robin format starting October 10, 2022 and will culminate with the finals on October 15, 2022. All
the matches would be played at YMCA College of Physical Education, Chennai.
CKL Schedule:


BOYS (U-13)
GIRLS (U-13
October 10, 2022TEAM F VS TEAM CTEAM A VS TEAM BTEAM E VS TEAM DOctober 10, 2022TEAM L VS TEAM ITEAM G VS TEAM HTEAM K VS TEAM J
 October 11, 2022TEAM F VS TEAM BTEAM C VS TEAM DTEAM A VS TEAM EOctober 11, 2022TEAM L VS TEAM HTEAM I VS TEAM JTEAM G VS TEAM K
October 12, 2022TEAM F VS TEAM ATEAM E VS TEAM CTEAM D VS TEAM BOctober 12, 2022TEAM L VS TEAM GTEAM K VS TEAM ITEAM J VS TEAM H
October 13, 2022TEAM F VS TEAM DTEAM B VS TEAM ETEAM C VS TEAM AOctober 13, 2022TEAM L VS TEAM JTEAM H VS TEAM KTEAM I VS TEAM G
October 14, 2022TEAM F VS TEAM ETEAM D VS TEAM ATEAM B VS TEAM COctober 14, 2022TEAM L VS TEAM KTEAM J VS TEAM GTEAM H VS TEAM I
October 15, 2022FINALSOctober 15, 2022FINALS

Ms. Pramad Jandhyala, Co-Founder, LatentView Analytics, said, “India’s sporting talents are hidden
among the sections of society where access to quality training and exposure to talent identifying
tournaments are limited. CKL has been conceptualized as a measure to build a pathway for talented
children to become high-performing athletes. It is heartening to have identified 180 children from just
30 schools who would be participating in this league. We are sure that these children would excel and
find themselves opportunities to get trained for more successes.”
The first edition of Chennai Kaalpandhu League was conducted in 2019 where 50 schools participated,
and over 50 plus were benefited. This year, a structured scouting process started in July and 90 boys and
90 girls were identified from 30 government schools in Chennai and Thiruvallur. Since 2019, Chennai
Kaalpandhu League has reached out to more than 200 underprivileged children studying in Government
and Corporation schools and has provided formal football training league match exposure.
The talented players would be identified and provided with meticulous training by some of the best
football coaches from the country. The league aims to identify deserving children, train them to become
good athletes.

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