The Sub-Jr Men’s group for Hockey India has been announced with 40 players.
Hockey India has established a 40-member Men’s Sub-Junior Players Group for a National Coaching Camp, highlighting their commitment to nurturing young talent and promoting excellence in the sport. It’s noteworthy that former captain Sardar Singh will take on the role of mentor and coach during this camp. Additionally, after the camp, the players will have the opportunity to participate in international matches in Europe, allowing them to showcase their skills and gauge their abilities on a global stage.
The core group for the National Coaching Camp comprises goalkeepers Rahul Bhardwaj, Atif Khan, and Abhimanyu Gouda, as well as defenders Sukhmanpreet Singh, Mithlesh Singh, Nitin, Sohil Ali, Sami Rizwan, Pradip Mandal, Rohit Kullu, Vishal Pandey, Ashu Maurya, and Ujjwal Pal, among others.
Coach Sardar Singh commented on the camp, emphasizing its significance as a pivotal moment in Hockey India’s ongoing efforts to raise the profile of Indian hockey on the international scene. He highlighted that this initiative reflects Hockey India‘s unwavering commitment to developing a strong pool of emerging talent, ensuring a prosperous future for men’s hockey on the global stage.