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AIFF invites bids for two new clubs

sports Updated: Feb 27, 2013 23:57 IST

With the aim of inducting at least two new clubs in the I-League, the AIFF is conducting an open house meeting to discuss and solicit suggestions prior to finalising the request for proposal for formally inviting the bids.

The meeting is scheduled for March 5 from 3pm at the All India Football Federation's Football House. The winning bidders shall be granted the right to own and operate a new club from this season and may also have the opportunity (if applicable and subject to qualification) to compete in the Asian Football Championship.

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