AIFF publishes new Academy Accreditation Regulations for 2019/20

7 December 2018

AIFF Media Team

NEW DELHI: The All India Football Federation (AIFF) is pleased to announce the publication of the New Academy Accreditation Rules & Regulations for the 2019/20 season. The application window for the same has opened from December 7, 2018.

The Academy Accreditation portal for application can be found at – http://www.administrator.the-aiff.com/ , which will remain open from till February 28, 2019.

The regulations for the same is now published and available on the AIFF website under the Document Library section. All entities with a youth development structure interested in securing accreditation from AIFF for the coming season are required to download and go through the document and can apply upon meeting all eligibility criteria by submission of the Academy Accreditation Application Form along with the Application Fee by the given deadline.

Academy Accreditation Regulations 2019-20 and Application Form – Download available at – https://www.the-aiff.com/document-library.htm

The Academy Accreditation forms the eligibility criteria for participation in next season’s AIFF Youth Leagues across all age-groups for all clubs and academies that include Hero I-League, Hero ISL, Hero 2nd Division League and other private/government clubs and academies.

Academies claiming to fulfil the set criteria are required to upload necessary proof in form of official documents on the Accreditation portal by the given deadline above. After successful upload of all required documents, the same will be assessed and reverted upon. The process will be followed by physical inspection at respective sites to verify the uploads. Points will then be allotted to each academy after inspection.

 

The total points allotted will determine the Academy rating. Details leading to the assessment and inspection in the process along with all other mandatory criteria are shared through the rules and regulations document. The eligibility criteria to participate in the AIFF Youth Leagues 2019-20, will be shared separately by the League Department of AIFF later, based on the accreditation results for the 2019-20 season. Participation in respective age-group leagues will be confirmed through formulation, using star ratings.

The link to the portal for uploading all supporting documents as per the accreditation criteria is the same link used to access the AIFF Central Registration System (AIFF CRS). All academies who do not have access to the CRS would be required to get in touch with the concerned State Football Association of their location.

For any doubts and concerns in regard to CRS access, an academy may get in touch with the Registrations department at AIFF via e-mail at registrations@the-aiff.com or through telephone by the contact numbers given at https://www.the-aiff.com/contact-us-AIFF.htmebsite under the Document Library section.

All entities with a youth development structure interested in securing accreditation from AIFF for the coming season are required to download and go through the document and can apply upon meeting all eligibility criteria by submission of the Academy Accreditation Application Form along with the Application Fee by the given deadline.

Academy Accreditation Regulations 2019-20 and Application Form – Download available at – https://www.the-aiff.com/document-library.htm The Academy Accreditation forms the eligibility criteria for participation in next season’s AIFF Youth Leagues across all age-groups for all clubs and academies that include Hero I-League, Hero ISL, Hero 2nd Division League and other private/government clubs and academies. Academies claiming to fulfil the set criteria are required to upload necessary proof in form of official documents on the Accreditation portal by the given deadline above. After successful upload of all required documents, the same will be assessed and reverted upon.

The process will be followed by physical inspection at respective sites to verify the uploads. Points will then be allotted to each academy after inspection. The total points allotted will determine the Academy rating. Details leading to the assessment and inspection in the process along with all other mandatory criteria are shared through the rules and regulations document.

The eligibility criteria to participate in the AIFF Youth Leagues 2019-20, will be shared separately by the League Department of AIFF later, based on the accreditation results for the 2019-20 season. Participation in respective age-group leagues will be confirmed through formulation, using star ratings.

The link to the portal for uploading all supporting documents as per the accreditation criteria is the same link used to access the AIFF Central Registration System (AIFF CRS). All academies who do not have access to the CRS would be required to get in touch with the concerned State Football Association of their location. For any doubts and concerns in regard to CRS access, an academy may get in touch with the Registrations department at AIFF via e-mail at registrations@the-aiff.com or through telephone by the contact numbers given at https://www.the-aiff.com/contact-us-AIFF.htm

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