About Us

KhelDuar Foundation is a non-profit charity working in Eastern and North Eastern India. Khelduar harnesses the power of football to infuse value based education to empower, children and youth from the diverse socio-economically backward section of our society.
The Youth are trained to develop scoccer and life skills to become a potential change maker of their community.
As an organization, KhelDuar always believes that the game of football doesn’t discriminate, and it unites people across the boarders each and every day. KhelDuar works towards providing an opportunity to a youth which can create a positive butterfly effect in their life which remains forever.

KhelDuar was founded in the year 2012 by two young football lovers who dream about having a football team, which will only encourage locals to play and excel in their lives, through a club.
Over the years, we have functioned true to our core objective of reaching out to the grassroots of football across our demography of presence. What started by visiting the homes of kids in the vicinity of our first centre and find out tiny football lovers, and encouraged them to come to football field for a bi-weekly session, which after one year transformed into full-fledged football coaching camp. KhelDuar slowly started working towards providing an opportunity to a youths in the our community, which creates a positive butterfly effect in their life which remains forever. The main motto of KhelDuar is Empower-Through-Soccer as we thrive to develop social leaders in a constructive format from childhood.
In this last four years of its journey, KhelDuar slowly transformed into a structured grassroots development program, which focus in development of children and youths through the beautiful game of football. Where in imparting valuable space for education and self-learning opportunities, healthcare and other collective development initiatives through training, camps and workshops, bringing a positive influence to the lives of nearly 2,000 and above Children and Youths across districts of North Bengal, Sikkim, Eastern Bihar and Lower Assam..