F5 India brings forth the multicity tournament format of football league knock out with total five members in a team along with two substitutes. Mumbai leg was consisted of sixteen teams which were divided into four groups to compete against each other. From Mumbai leg, Kalina Rangers team which was managed by Prithvi Victor won the esteemed tournament.
Scott Moraes from Kalina Rangers was declared as the best player, and the best goalkeeper award was presented to Kinjal. Nikhil Mali from Kalina Rangers was recognised as the most promising player.
The Heal Institute provided free protein bars from EATanytime to the players and officials.
Commenting on the World Football Championship, Ms. Namita Ambani, C.O.O., The Heal Institute said, “We are really happy to be the proud physiotherapy partner of F5 India matches. It’s really good to see all teams who are enthusiastically participating in this championship.
As a physiotherapy partner, we have provided appropriate assistance to all those players who suffer from a sports injury. We are looking forward for the finals; I wish the best team wins and make us proud by representing India in the World Championship which will be help in South Africa.”
Addressing the players Ms. Kimberly Fernandez, Co-Founder, Zars Sports said, “We are immensely happy to see all the teams from Mumbai who participated in the championship. They have competed hard with each other. The Heal Institute has also provided phenomenal assistance to the players.
The team who will represent India will get prize money worth Rs. 11,000 along with all expenses paid a trip to the National Finals. F5 India will also give prize money worth Rs. 6500 to the runners up. The gift vouchers will be given to all the participating teams.”
The winners from each city will compete with each other in finals. The team who wins the National Finals will get a chance to represent India in South Africa.
H.E.A.L. was founded in 2011 to promote a healthy, active lifestyle through the empowerment & education of the therapist & patient. After starting off with a one-bed physiotherapy clinic, it has now grown into multiple standalone facilities in Mumbai. Over the years, they have treated over 10,000 patients including 50 Olympic and Elite Athletes.
In addition to this, H.E.A.L. aims to become a name synonymous with Pain Management & Relief, along with being a pioneer of Sports Science in India. They are committed to ‘Raising The Bar’ & pushing the limits towards excellence. At H.E.A.L., the ethos is Honesty, Empathy & Integrity. The Heal Institute is located in Colaba, Khar, Andheri, and Worli.