"We have grand plans and strategy for football in Delhi but need help and support of as many to ensure that Delhi becomes a model football state by 2021."
Football Delhi has already announced some initiatives this year. The Delhi FA launched the Centre of Excellence for Girls in May, and the Golden League (Under-9 and Under-11) last month. Now this partnership with JSW could be a huge boost for the association.
"We are proud to partner with Football Delhi," Jindal said.
"We all know that football in Delhi has a glorious past but steps have to be taken to improve the game in the capital. We are confident that the able leadership of Football Delhi will ensure that football takes giant strides in the years to come."
He also mentioned the connection between his organisation and Football Delhi, which points towards Delhi boy Sunil Chhetri. The India captain has played in Delhi earlier. Now he plies his trade with JSW-owned Bengaluru FC.
Chhetri's birthday on August 3 is being celebrated as Football Delhi Day.
JSW Sports is the sports arm of the JSW Group. Other than owning ISL side Bengaluru FC, the company also owns Haryana Steelers in the Pro Kabaddi League and lso a 50 per cent stake in IPL franchise Delhi Daredevils.
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