Mr. Oliver Kahn, a football hero, has disclosed his ambitious plan to create the Oliver Kahn Academy in India.
The German international’s groundbreaking plan is expected to transform football education and development in the country, as well as have a big impact on Indian football.
This ambitious project, made possible by a partnership with Pro 10 in Maharashtra, aims to improve football development in the country and fully harness its great potential.
The Oliver Kahn Academy is positioned to become the core of comprehensive football education, focusing on the development of well-rounded athletes rather than just players.
The ambitious proposal aims for the construction of academies linked to educational institutions, sports academies, and football teams across India.
Goalkeeper Academies will also be established around India to serve as Centres of Excellence for the discipline, which is typically the cornerstone of a winning team.
The relationship with Pro 10 in Maharashtra, which allows the Oliver Kahn Academy to become well-established and set an example for football growth in the area, is a critical component of this project.
Mr. Oliver Kahn, the founder of the Oliver Kahn Academy and Goalplay, is a well-known football icon. He believes that India has a wealth of untapped talent, and he brings his knowledge and enthusiasm for the game to the country.
Regarding the proposal, he stated: “India has enormous footballing potential.” World-class facilities, a well-structured curriculum, and appropriate football instruction are necessary for this nation to advance the game. We want to improve India’s playing capabilities, and I think the country can compete well on the world football scene.
“We are proud to introduce the Oliver Kahn Academy and Goalplay Academies in India,” stated Mr. Kaushik Moulik, Senior Advisor, Oliver Kahn Academy & Goalplay, acknowledging his happiness.
“We are committed to giving top-tier football instruction to the youth of India because of Oliver Kahn’s extraordinary expertise and understanding.”
“Our united efforts would surely improve Indian football. We want to move India forward by making it a playing nation rather than a spectator one.“