ABOUT CLUB

Real Kashmir Football Club is an Indian professional football club based in Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir, managed by ex Rangers and Aberdeen player David Robertson. Real Kashmir is the first team from Kashmir to compete in I-League, the first division of football in India. The club participated in their first national competition in September 2016 when they played in the 2016 Durand Cup. In July 2017 Real Kashmir FC became the first club from J&K to play on foreign soil by playing 4 matches in Scotland. Real Kashmir FC is participating in all four categories of the AIFF I-League.

In September 2020, Real Kashmir FC launched Women’s Development Programme named She Power Programme for U-14 Women’s team and U-10 Soccer School girls team

History

On 30 May 2018 Real Kashmir FC became champions of 2017-18 I-League 2nd Division after defeating Hindustan FC in the final game of the season by a score of 3-2. This was only their 2nd season in the 2017-18 I-League 2nd Division after its inception in the year 2016 and they earned promotion to 2018-19 I-League.

In August 2018, the Real Kashmir FC youth team travelled to Germany for pre-season training with one of the best football clubs in the world: Borussia Dortmund (BVB). The youth team visited the training centers where official BVB teams train. They also visited the famous BVB stadium Westfalenstadion.

 

Real Kashmir have received international acclaim following their participation in a BBC documentary called “Real Kashmir FC” that followed the team and their Scottish manager David Robertson.

Stadium

Real Kashmir FC are currently using TRC Turf Ground Srinagar for their home matches in I-League.

 

 

Coach`s Welcome

I have been in Kashmir for three years and have enjoyed every second in the place. I am here for football and am interested only in the success of Real Kashmir. The (political) situation has never been an issue for us as a team. We are focused on the same work and same motivation. Robertson admitted that his team would now have to live up to growing public expectations. "Probably for the first time in the club's history, especially after finishing third last year and having won the second division of the league two years ago, expectations are high not just for ourselves but for the team owners and supporters as well. We are not kids on the block anymore.
David Robertson(Coach)

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