Soccer is a big sport in India.
India’s national team has won five major tournaments since the start of the modern era.
It is ranked 10th in the world, according to FIFA rankings, and has a strong reputation in the community.
A national team of more than 20 players has participated in a World Cup, with India having qualified through the Asian Games.
It has also played in the Champions League, but this time, it has played in England.
But what about India’s soccer team?
India’s women’s national side has qualified through a group stage and has qualified for the 2018 World Cup.
The national team was supposed to be the first to play for the trophy, but its coach, Lalitha Kumar, has been sidelined since May.
India is currently in Group A. The other three groups are as follows: Group B: Brazil, Argentina, Mexico, Germany.
Group C: Italy, Ukraine, Brazil, Germany and Nigeria.
All four groups will be played on the same day and will feature 16 matches.
It is expected that the World Soccer Association (WSA) will announce the results of the four group matches on July 9.
The WSA, however, will not be able to provide any information about the games on July 8.
This means that the Indian team will play the first three group matches in England on July 7.
India has not qualified for a World Championship in nearly 20 years, when it did qualify for the 2006 edition of the tournament.
This was due to the country’s failure to win any of the first five World Cup tournaments, including the 2003, 2006 and 2009 editions.
India’s World Cup qualification woesIndia’s FIFA vice-president Ravi Bhatia has said that the tournament could not have happened if the government did not allow it.
“The Government should have ensured that we could participate in the World Cups, and it did not,” he said in July 2016.
“We have failed to meet the requirements for the tournament,” he added.
The World Cup has not been played in India since 2007.
The country is one of the world’s biggest producers of soccer.
The country is also one of Asia’s biggest soccer hubs, and India has the third-highest number of soccer fans in the region after China and South Korea.
India’s soccer federation is currently involved in a battle with FIFA over the status of the 2022 World Cup bid.
FIFA says that there are “no grounds for the federation to be awarded the 2018 and 2022 World Cups.”
India’s bid was awarded in November 2015, but the next step is to decide whether to go for the 2019 and 2020 World Cups as well.
India and South Africa are the only countries to have won the 2018 FIFA World Cup and have been part of the bidding process for the 2022 tournament.