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After months of hard work, planning, and persistence, teams from 15+ countries around the world will meet in Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Chennai on August 3rd, 2019 for a series of matches that will not only decide the winner of the Championship Cup, but will also champion the Special Olympics’ motto of inclusion.
CHENNAI, India. – Football enthusiasts around the world are getting more excited by the minute as the Special Olympics International Football Championship (SOIFC) 2019 draws close.
CHENNAI, India. – Nawabzada Mohammed Asif Ali, Dewan to the Prince of Arcot, opened the doors of the Amir Mahal (Royapettah) for a dinner celebrating the victorious performance of Indian athletes at the Special Olympics World Games in Abu Dhabi held between March 14-21, 2019.
CHENNAI, India. – A press meet held at GRT Grand, Chennai, by the Special Olympics International Football Championship committee celebrated the recent wins of three athletes, Ankita, Gokul, and Abhishek at the Special Olympics World Games.
CHENNAI, India. – With only a 100 days left to go to the Special Olympics International Football Championship, special athletes from around the world are gearing up to give it their best. The SOIFC committees are also busy organizing community events to spread the word about the Championship, which is speculated to be the biggest humanitarian sports event in the world.