NAGALAND - KOHIMA FOOTBALL LEAGUE - 2017


KTC launches logo and season ticket


06.07.2017 : XAV R. : The Kohima Town Club (KTC) on Thursday officially launched the Club logo and season ticket for the upcoming Kohima Football League, 2017 at The Hub. Club Members and officials from participating teams attended the function.

The Season ticket is fixed Rs.1000/- per head with 5 lucky draw with Gift hampers and the gallery ticket is fixed at Rs.30 per head.

The KTC also informed the football players who are to take part in the Kohima Football League, 2017 are to adhere to the following guideline -Players need to do registration with Kohima District Football Association (KDFA) . Fee is fixed at Rs.50 per head. The Last date has been extended July 15.

The participating Club/Teams are also informed that the League players registration should be done or before July 30.

Form can be obtained from William Koso, Technical Head KTC ( 9862835381) or collect it from Smart-techies Service, Printing Press, C.K Arcade, opposite Head Post office Kohima and Sports Paradise, located near Old Tata Parking , below North Police Station, Kohima

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Kohima Football League launched by KTC

19.06.2017 : XAV R. : The Kohima Football League, 2017 was officially launched on Saturday at Where is The Food (WTF) Naga Diner, near Cathedral Church, Kohima. The league is being organised by Kohima Town Club (KTC) registered under Kohima District Football Association played under the aegis of Nagaland Football Association.

So far 8 teams have registered out of 10 colonies namely United 16 FC Kohima, Forerunners FC Thizama, Khriekesa FC Meriema, Power Comm FC Kohima, New Market FC Kohima, Ziekezuo FC Kohima, Nagabazar Kohima, Addax FC D Khel. The Kohima Town Club (KTC) was formed on December 1, 2016 under the motto, “For the Community, for the Game” consists of 18 members.

The league matches will begin at Kohima local ground in the month of July however the dates were yet to be confirmed. Two matches will be played on a daily basis for about a month and a half, further 40 % of the daily revenue (10 % each to all the 4 teams) will be shared with the local clubs per match.Dr. Viketuolie Pienyu, President KTC addressing the media.

He said the league was colony based as it was necessary to have a fan base and with all the members of the colony as stakeholders. He also said colony based will be a sustainable venture in the long run. The league will provide the opportunity to all talented players to play competitive football at a professional level as well as provide the platform for the players to springboard to higher clubs in India, Dr. Viketuolie Pienyu stated.

William Koso, Technical Head KTC, said the league will strictly follow All India Football Federation (AIFF) rules and that the team coaches should have at least coaching certificate from AIFF. Koss also said that the clubs bringing outside players from the state should meet the criteria from AIFF to join the teams in Kohima and maintained that the league will run in a systematic manner.