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the indian-administered Kashmir is widely regarded as heaven on earth for its picturesque landscape dotted with magnificent valleys beautiful lakes rivers surrounded by the Magnificent Himalayan ranges the Kashmir is also the reason for an active territorial conflict primarily between India and Pakistan and has witnessed three major wars between the neighbors and another limited war between India and China since 1947 since the conflict started more than 1.

5 million lives have been lost but amidst all of this for profound fee in the beautiful Valley and became the major sport of the region but then came the insurgency in the early 1990s and football was among the many casualties when Kashmir became one of the world’s most militarized zones although the history of football in Kashmir dates back to the last decades of the 19th century when Sultan Dell Bisco the founder of the Srinagar missionary school introduced the sport to the region it said that when Bisco first demonstrated the game at a local high school the students refused to play the ball was made of leather a material that Brahmins were forbidden to touch despite the initial hesitation no football soon caught on and by the 1980s Kashmir had a vibrant local football culture several players from the region even went on to represent India and recently in the last few years football in the valley has grown significantly as people have started to reconnect with the sport finding solace in football amid the ongoing strikes curfew armed conflicts and heavy military patrolling and one of the main reasons for this blooming football culture is rael Kashmir FC an Indian professional football club based in Srinagar the capital of Jammu and Kashmir their fascinating journey from bloody summer curfews to a snow-covered half season has already become the stuff of legend in India the seeds of Rayo Kashmir FC were sown in 2014 when two friends chemin Mirage the owner and editor of a local newspaper and sandeep Chateau were looking for ways to keep youngsters entertained after a devastating flood hit the region the club took formal shape in March 2016 four months later it was selected to represent the state in the prestigious 128 Juran cup during a massive civilian uprising following the murder of rebel Burhan wali the club went to Delhi with a ragtag team which consisted of mostly semi-professional local players they played against prominent clubs and predictably ended up last has called four goals in five matches and conceded 14 we had no idea what goes into playing at that level we were not prepared financially or football wise said club president Mirage as the club turned their attention to the I League second division the second tier of Indian national football they found a manager in Ex Rangers Aberdeen Leeds United and Montrose player David Robertson the former Scottish international had also managed Elgin City and Phoenix FC in their first season in the league rel Kashmir FC finished third in their group and narrowly missed out on a place to the final round there was a humbling experience for Robertson encode as they learned that it would take more than just one season to find their feet in their second season however the team from Kashmir achieved a remarkable feat by owning promotion to the top tier winning the tournament without losing a single match the introduction of two new foreign players defender Loveday engineer and forward Yossi Bernard injected some much-needed experience into the squad local boys mohammad ahmad vanish Farooq and ritwik kumar das were also crucial in the team’s title hunt Mayfield is Danish and ritwik were on the top scorers list while Hamad partnered with Loveday and a Bosch tapper creating the most solid defense in the league the title race continued until the last match of the tournament between rel Kashmir and induced NFC and they both needed the win and on the 30th of May 2018 the snow leopards became the first team from Kashmir to reach the i-league with no assistance from the AI F or the state government both financial and infrastructural limitations have been a part of their journey the club had to rely on quiet support from well-wishers and friendly crowdfunding’s the many amateur or semi-professional footballers of the club workers daily wage laborers during curfews they move through checkpoints before they can get to practice during shutdowns they miss their games all together the one available stadium in their home state is shared by other teams as well so sometimes practice sessions would take place in neighborhood parks that didn’t have any goal posts or even grass apart from that they also had to fight against the harsh weather of the mountainous region the promotion brought some much-needed attention to the club as they started preparing for the 2018 19 early season and on the 31st of October 2018 rel Kashmir FC played their first ever a league match defeating defending champions Minerva Punjab FC at their own stadium the second decade of the 21st century has been a new dawn for football in the valley the contribution of rail Kashmir FC to reviving football culture in the region cannot be emphasized enough the TRC turf ground of Srinagar has become a platform for the people of the region to showcase the real Kashmir all achieved despite the backdrop of violence and adversities

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