The All India Football Federation (AIFF) is all set to host Myanmar and the Kyrgyz Republic from March 22 to March 28 for the Tri-Nation Friendly Tournament at Manipur’s Khuman Lampak Stadium.
During the Blue Tigers’ camp, which got underway on March 15, in Kolkata, Senior Men’s National Team head coach, Igor Stimac has selected a preliminary 23-man roster. Mehtab Singh, Sivasakthi Narayanan, Ritwik Das, and Rohit Kumar are among the newcomers. Phurba Lachenpa is another. Vishal Kaith, the Indian Super League (ISL) golden glove winner, has been added to the reserves.
The remaining nine players (from Bengaluru FC and ATK Mohun Bagan) will arrive on March 19, following the Hero ISL 2022–23 final. Eleven players have been selected as reserves, and only emergencies will warrant their call-up for the camp. The final 23 players for the Tri-Nation International Football Tournament will be revealed after the Hero ISL final is over.
Before the commencement of the competition, the organizers managed to bag multiple brands as sponsors for the event. The list of sponsors for the tournament has been listed below:
Title Sponsor: Hero
Hero MotoCorp is at the forefront of giving mobility to millions of people throughout the world, leading with innovation. The business has a market share of roughly 37.1% in the two-wheeler industry in India and is one of the biggest two-wheeler producers in the world. The company had a market value of INR 59,600 crores (US$7.5 billion) as of May 27, 2021.
The DafaNews app provides its users with the most prominent sports news. It provides its users with the most recent games, results, schedules, and news from the most prominent leagues around the globe.
Furthermore, located in Gurgaon, India, SIX5SIX is a textile business. The business is divided into the Six5Six Street and Six5Six Sport segments. The division has recently produced items for cycling, jogging, tennis, badminton, and cricket.
Lastly, Nivea is a well-known brand of personal care items. The brand also has a sports division, where it manufactures and sells equipment for football, volleyball, basketball, handball, cricket, jogging, and fitness.