After On-field success, YSA leads the way off the field too

After a successful football season, where the YSA reached till the final rounds of All India Youth leagues, the club is now leading the way off the field

After a successful football season, where the YSA reached till the final rounds of All India Youth leagues, the club is now leading the way off the field with their philanthropy works.

Youth Soccer Academy in its modest Initiative to celebrate its success and efforts have organised and served dinner for 500 Patients and their relatives at Dr Ernest Borge’s Memorial Home in Bandra.

Dr Ernest Borge’s Memorial Home is a home for numerous cancer patients from all over the country.

During the All India Youth leagues, amidst big names with bigger resources and facilities, Youth Soccer Academy from Mumbai with local boys in their line-up, smashed all doubts to reach the final rounds of the league. The Club has led from front in its professionalism and strong governance and has been rewarded well by the positive results of this season. Now the club aims to lead the way off the field too, by providing its valuable time and service to society.

“We were very touched by Tata’s providing them accommodation at measly 70 to 150 Rs a day and we thought we could assists them further. I personally feel deeds like these to help society and people are very important off the pitch. We shall continue to cater to the best of what we can do every time.

Better Everyday Greater Everyday.”

– Jaywant Pathak, Founder and Managing Director of Youth Soccer Academy

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