U-17 Football World Cup: PM Modi to join India-US match

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U-17 Football World Cup: PM Modi to join India-US match

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, football regulator, FIFA general secretary Fatma Samora and head of FIFA tournaments Jamie Yaraza will be present in the first match of the Under-17 World Cup to be played between India and the U-17 Under-17 teams on October 6.

In a statement on Thursday, a source said, "Prime Minister Modi, FIFA General Secretary and FIFA tournaments will be present in the match played on the first day of the tournament."

Indian football legend Iam Vijayan, Bichung Bhutia and current football captain Sunil Chhetri will also be present at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in Delhi on this historic occasion.

Sources said, "We have sent some Indian football players, Vijayan, Sunil and Bhutia to attend the inaugural invitation." The Indian team will play their first match against the United States at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium. A total of 60,000 spectators can sit together at this stadium and it is believed that the first day the stadium will be full of spectators.

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