Airtel Rising Stars
Airtel Rising Stars is a youth football initiative undertaken by Airtel Africa. This programme, launched in 2011 is a soccer talent programme that aims to focus on identifying and nurturing budding soccer talent from the grassroots onto an international stage. The programme targets both boys and girls between the ages of 13 – 17. The boys and girls are encouraged to form teams and register at selected locations including Airtel shops where they are then entered into the tournament on qualification.
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Airtel Rising Stars seizes Tamale
In my time there was no Airtel Rising Stars. But if you work hard, you can get to the top of your talent. Now you have just been discovered. But can you grow that talent? Growing the talent is like planting a crop. For it to grow, you always have to ...
U-17 Coach Targets Semis
ZAMBIA Under-17 soccer team coach Chris Kaunda yesterday unveiled his final 21-member squad for the Niger 2015 Africa Junior Championship and has set a target of reaching the semi-finals. The team that is in Group A with hosts Niger, Guinea and ...
We'll Work Hard, Say New U-17 Call-US
ZAMBIA Under-17 soccer team new call-ups have promised to work hard at the Niger 2015 Africa Junior Championship to repay the confidence entrusted in them by coach Chris Kaunda. Striker Peter Nyirenda, goalkeeper Albert Mwanza and defender Alfred ...
Ho kicks off Airtel Rising Stars on Friday
George Afriyie, the Chairman of the National Juvenile Committee of the Ghana Football Association which partners Airtel Rising Stars in this country says the players going to Ho will compete for honours as the best region, but will also be working hard ...
Afranie hails success of Ho Airtel Rising Stars
After one week of camping, we will select the final Airtel Rising Stars team which will represent the country at the Airtel Rising Stars African championship to be held in Gabon in August. I can say without fear or favour that some of the players we ...
Airtel flies out 3 Malawi rising stars to Man U soccer clinics
The youngsters, who were identified during last year's Airtel Rising Stars secondary schools competition include Timothy Gova from Joyce Banda Foundation, Limbani Phiri from Nanjati CDSS and Omega Kapulukila from SOS. Gova and Phiri are expected to ...
The Story Behind Abiba Attah & Airtel Rising Stars
Madam Abiba, who started her football team about 28 years ago, takes pride in being the first to introduce competitive female soccer in Ghana. She is the manager of five Airtel Rising Stars products, Priscilla Okyere from season 1, Sandra Owusu Ansah, ...
Airtel Rising Stars football clinic kicks off in Rwanda
Following the conclusion of Airtel Rising Stars national championships in the respective countries, the most outstanding players in the male and female categories are sent for a week-long Arsenal soccer clinic which hold in a designated country. Past ...