HotFut SUFC partners with Tiki Taka to set up grassroots sports infrastructure in TN

10 footballing venues is expected to be set up in Tamil Nadu by the end of 2019 through this partnership.

South United Football Club head coach Miquel Llado with the students of Vaels International School.   -  Special Arrangement

HotFut SUFC, a sports infrastructure and training provider, partnered with one of Chennai’s Tiki Taka to set up 10 footballing venues in Tamil Nadu by the end of 2019.

The partnership was kicked off by the launch of the first of these facilities at Vaels International School, ECR.

Pavit Singh, director of HotFut Sports,  said: This is a move that we’ve been planning for a while, and we found the perfect partner in Tiki Taka to bring our quality sports infrastructure to Tamil Nadu. This infrastructure allows us to create a great ecosystem around it which includes events, academies and loads of community building around sports.”

Prahlad Meyyappan, director of Tiki Taka, said: “We’ve received a tremendous response from the people of Chennai to the arenas we have already set up. The partnership with HotFut SUFC gives us great confidence to further our vision and expand our portfolio of sporting services. We are now looking to delve deeper into multi-sport disciplines and training.”

This joint venture marks the entry of South United Football Club (SUFC) into Tamil Nadu, as they aim to set up SUFC Academy Centres for the football training of children as part of a plan to develop footballing talent in the country.