AIFF invites bid for 2 new I-League clubs
New Delhi: The All India Football Federation (AIFF) Wednesday invited bids for two new clubs in the I-League.
AIFF will conduct a meeting for interested agencies to discuss and solicit suggestions prior to finalising the request for proposal for formally inviting the bids. The meeting is scheduled March 5 at the Football House, Dwarka.
The winning bidders shall be granted the right to own and operate a new football club for competing in the I-League from the 2013 season and may also have the opportunity (if applicable and subject to qualification) to compete in the Asian Football Championship.
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