To create consciousness in regards to the significance of unpolluted consuming water and protected handwashing practices amongst youngsters, Indian Tremendous League (ISL) membership Mumbai Metropolis FC celebrated the distinctive football-based water training competition on the Neville D’Souza Soccer Floor in Bandra.
Round 120 youngsters took half within the grassroots soccer competition, the place they showcased their abilities, expertise and love for the sport together with studying the significance of unpolluted water and sanitation. In addition they acquired an opportunity to work together and be taught from the Mumbai Metropolis FC stars Rahul Bheke, Amey Ranawade and Raynier Fernandes, who had been additionally a part of the occasion.
The water consciousness programme was organised by Mumbai Metropolis FC in affiliation with their official water expertise associate Xylem.
Kandarp Chandra, CEO, Mumbai Metropolis FC, mentioned, “Giving again to the neighborhood has all the time been Mumbai Metropolis FC’s philosophy. We wish to see optimistic and sustainable modifications in our neighborhood, and a technique to try this is to inculcate necessary values proper from the start. This distinctive football-based water training competition is an effort by Mumbai Metropolis FC and Xylem to teach younger youngsters on the significance of unpolluted consuming water and protected handwashing practices in addition to to encourage the game of soccer proper at a younger age.”
“It’s so heartening to see that by the Mumbai Metropolis FC-Xylem Grassroots Competition, we’re capable of attain out to the younger minds of India, who’ve a important function to play in making a water-secure world sooner or later,” Yatin Tayalia, Managing Director, Xylem India, mentioned.