East Bengal U-15 emerged as the champions in U-15 class of Calcutta GOALZ, whereas East Bengal U-18 finished as runner’s up in U-18 class that was won by George Telegraph.
Inspired by Kickz, an initiative in European nation, that uses the facility of soccer and charm of sport clubs to have interaction teens World Health Organization might somewhat be troublesome to achieve, the ‘Kolkata Goalz’ was initiated by the British Council, Calcutta Police, Calcutta Municipal Corporation, All Republic of India soccer Federation and Indian soccer Association (West Bengal) in association with six town premier league clubs - East Bengal, Mohun Bagan, George Telegraph, Mohammedan Sporting, Police Athletic Club and Prayag United Sports Club.
All the six clubs has fielded U-15 and U-18 groups for the tournament. the ultimate was stayed sixth July, wherever within the U-15 class, East Bengal and Mohammedan Sporting Club had qualified, whereas the U-18 class saw
East Bengal and George Telegraph crossing
In the U-15 finals,
and Mohammedan SC compete out the time period while not rating any goals. The
match was decided on penalties, that was won by East
Bengal by 3-2. Within the U-18, George Telegraph defeated East Bengal 2-0. Md.
Sunny scored each the goals for George Telegraph and won the best player award.
The Cup was given away by Shri Sovan Chatterjee, city manager of
The runners up trophy was given away by man Sanjay Wadhwani, Deputy diplomat of
UK at Calcutta and also the medals were distributed by Shri Santi Ranjan Das
Gupta, Asst General Secretary. Others World Health Organization self-addressed
the gathering were Shri Debashis Kumar, Member – city manager in Council, Shri
Debashis Roy, extra Commissioner of Police, Mrs Sujata fractional monetary
unit, Director British Council and Shri Kalyan Majumdar, General Secretary,
East Bengal Club.