Objectives :

With 12 Members from different states including Assam, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Manipur, West Bengal, Uttarakhand, Delhi,Odisha, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Kerala - the Indian Blind Football Federation has spread its work across the length and breadth of the country since 2016, and is the pioneer organisation in an effort to promote and develop Blind Football in the Country.

Our Objectives :

a) For setting up of a National Football Federation for the Blind and encourage sporting talents from amongst the visually challenged community from across India.

b) To recognize and encourage sporting talents to come to the fore to get recognised at the national and International level.

c) To establish blind football coaching centres across the country and help in the promotion of Blind Football across the country.

d) To register the Federation with the International Blind Sports Association as the official body to carry forward Blind Football in India

e) To affiliate with the Paralympic Committee of India (PCI) and to become a member body of PCI to promote Blind Football in the country.

f) To affiliate with the International Blind Sports Association (IBSA) and represent India for Blind Football at the world stage.

g) Objects / Activities of the Trust shall be carried out in India

h) To allow State wise Blind Football Federations to register and get membership.

i) To develop trainers and referees for Blind Football in the country.

j) The benefits of the Trust shall be open to All Sections of the Society irrespective of Caste, Religion or Sex.

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Indian Blind Football Federation (IBFF) an independent body promoted by SRVC which has been working with Paralympic Committee of India to promote B1 Blind Football in India
Indian Blind Football Federation (Regn.No. 416/2016, India Trust Act)