A candid conversation with one of India's most polarising footballers
Five football superfans in India open up about the teams they love, why supporting them means so much, and how the team is a vital part of their lives.
The AIFF ruling in favour of the left-footed winger in the face of allegations by his former club is a sign of a positive change in the administration of Indian football
Cristiano Junior’s tragic death thirteen years ago, ought to have been the wake up call to improve medical facilities for local level football in India. Has the situation improved?
The AIFF have revived the Arrows with most of India’s Under-17 squad. Will the gambit pay off?
Indian football has begun to see the importance in having the equipment and software to make data-backed decisions.
Nation of Sport spoke with the person who claims otherwise.
The IWL, fraught with issues, still chugs along. What is holding India’s biggest I-League and ISL clubs from joining the league with women’s squad?
Will the powers that be ever finish the stadium? Only time will tell.
The answer to football’s growth in India may just lie in neighbourhood futsal games
They have long been given the short end of the stick. Referees now hope the growth of football in India means better days for them.
Depending on who you you speak to, agents are quietly among the most influential figures in Indian football.
Negotiations aren't the only thing football agents do
From fielding elite teams playing to packed stadiums, to being unable to fill a single stand, Delhi’s football has been in a downward spiral. What will turn it around?
When a 28-year-old fraudulently becomes the “youngest scorer” in football league history, there is much to change. In today’s breakdown, Angad Singh Makkar, helps us understand why there was such a glaring oversight, and what steps ought to be taken to avoid this situation in the future.