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MAD ABOUT FOOTBALL

A Chelsea fan from football’s own country! Here’s the story of Shajeendran – a football purist who named his daughter Chelsea after his favourite football club. Listen to him talk about his love for the football club, Jose Mourinho, John Terry, Frank Lampard and more…

Meet Maya Murali – The Kerala Blasters fan whose heart beats for their captain Sandesh Jhingan…

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In this episode, football agent Jithin Baby and journalist Nevin Thomas discuss the best Kerala under 23 XI.

Is Gokulam Kerala winning the Durand Cup actually a big deal in Kerala?
Can Kerala Blasters finally break the jinx and clinch that elusive Indian Super League title this season?
Jithin Baby and Nevin Thomas weigh in with their opinions.
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Football for all.
In Malayalam, English and Gibberish.
In videos and podcasts.
For Malayalis and other Erapalis.

DOCUMENTARIES

A football revolution at the heart of Chennai! A story of how a few individuals from Vyasarpadi started a football club to keep their young ones away from drug abuse and gang wars.

Meet the ‘Patan Girls’ – A group of talented footballers who have taken the state football scene by storm.
These girls from Mahadevpura in Sampra, a little village in Patan district, are the current champions of all three categories in the Inter-district (sub-junior, junior and senior) football championships and were an integral part of the Gujarat Under-17 and Under-14 sides that reached the semifinals of the National Championships in 2019.
Watch the story of one man’s vision led to the emergence of Patan as the hub for women’s football in the state of Gujarat.

KALPANTHU by text

Patan’s girls got talent

Girls from a school in northern Gujarat’s Sampra village are leading a football revolution; Called the ‘Patan Girls’, the footballers’ success has brought an entire community closer.

Football is a way of life in Vada Chennai’s Vyasarpadi

In Vada Chennai, the beautiful game is intertwined with the history of the place and through football, the folks here seek respite from the prejudices that cloud their little neighbourhood.

Getting Lost in the Great Indian Football Tussle

The football fans in the country are now caught in a classic Devil vs the Deep Blue Sea conundrum – who do we side with when both seem awfully corrupt?

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