Petition to All India Football Federation, FIFA, Narendra Modi, Asian Football Confederation, Mukesh Ambani
Don't relegate India's national champion. Justice for Aizawl Football Club.
Dear Friend, Aizawl FC, a small team from Mizoram (India) defied expectations to win the I-League 2017, the highest division football in India in just their second season. This small club does not have resources like the other big clubs; the salary of the entire squad is less than the salary of a Mohun Bagan player. The AIFF wants to make the Indian Super League (ISL) the top league in India and it would only accept teams that can afford to pay the huge INR 15 Crore franchise fee which only the big clubs can afford. This means that despite being the champions of India Aizawl FC will be relegated to the 2nd division and they will not get a chance to defend their title. This proposal of the AIFF is extremely unfair as it allows rich clubs to buy their place in India's top league while smaller clubs with better talents will be ignored. This is highly detrimental to the spirit of the beautiful game. It will be unfortunate if the champions are relegated for the sake of money. Football fans in India and all over the world are protesting this unsporting proposal. Please support us in our protest and let us join hands to demand justice for Aizawl FC. Regards, Nilotpal Sinha (Football fan) #JusticeForAizawlFC
Petition to Ligue 1, PSG
Broadcast Ligue1 in India
With Messi joining PSG the a massive focus has been on the Ligue1. Currently there are no broadcaster in India showing these matches. We want Ligue1 to find a suitable partner for broadcasting this in India. We want to see Messi
Petition to Pakistan Football Foundation, PTI Government, Government of Pakistan
All the Footballers in Pakistan wants a professional Football league of European standard
A Professional Football League will result in great encouragement for young players and their teams.A league can bring thousands of jobs as new stadiums, pitches,etc will be built. But it's standards must be high. There is so much talent in Pakistan but its ranking is only 200 according to FIFA which is right because we are not developing the culture of Football in our Country look at Iran it's ranking is 29 whereas Pakistan have more talent than Iran. So we demand a professional Football league from the Government of Pakistan and PFF.
Petition to AIFF, INDIANSUPERLEAGUE , HeroMotoCorp
BRING BETTER REFEREEING TO ISL
When Indian Super League started we the fans of this beautiful game, football belived that ISL will bring a better future for Indian football. But how the current season is conducted by referees with no quality will kill the passion for FOOTBALL for all Indians, the players, coaches and the teams. The match Between North East United and SC East Bengal conducted on 5th December 2020 had the worst ever refereeing we have ever seen in the Indian Super League. Referee's like this and their refereeing like this will only kill the spirit of the players, the viewer's and draw shame on indian football. We The undying fans of FOOTBALL AND KERALA BLASTERS, PES SUPER LIGA, eFootball PES league Players urge the authority to take immediate measures to bring better refereeing to the INDIAN SUPER LEAGUE. AND Let's make the League where international players will look forward rather than looking as and laughing at us. Dear Fans Of Football, and believers of India Playing in FIFA share and support us to bring better quality to ISL.
Petition to AIFF, Praful Patel, Kiren Rijiju, Smriti Irani, Ministry of Sports, Ministry of Women and Child Development
Equal Compensation for the Women's National Football Team of India
The Indian Women’s Football Team is ranked 55th in the world, whereas their male counterparts are ranked 104th. According to Nilanjan Dutta, AIFF’s spokesperson & Director of Media, a male football player earns Rs. 70 lakh annually, whereas female players only earn between Rs. 5-10 lakh. Consequently, the female footballers face financial insecurity and are forced to take up second jobs. IF a policy is implemented that mandates equal compensation for male and female footballers by the AIFF, THEN pursuing a career in football will be encouraged for females and help alleviate the financial uncertainty women face with respect to a career in football. By signing this petition, you're spreading awareness of this issue, highlighting the discriminatory nature of Indian football and creating pressure on the authorities to take effective steps in bringing equality to the sport. Praful Patel, President of AIFF, acknowledges that the women's national team (WNT) has a greater chance of qualifying for 2027 FIFA World Cup than the men's team has for their respective World Cup (Read here). Despite their performance and growing viewership of football in the country, the players of the WNT struggle to make ends meet, and are provided lesser income, facilities and marketing than the MNT. You can grow the movement not only by sharing this petition but also by popularising the hashtags #HerGameToo, #KickThePatriarchy & #EqualPayForEqualPlay. Come out with your own experiences of professional inequality to support the movement!