There is good money up for grabs in the competition – total worth around Rs 20 lakhs. The winner of the competition is going to receive Rs 10 lakhs, whereas the runner up would get Rs 5 lakhs. Rupesh Kumar, also said, “The competition is going be a league kind of a format and the knock out stages are going to take place later.” As of now, the exact dates for the competition have not been decided. With the exams season to start around April, just two months away, they are in no mood to disturb their exam preparations. These matches are most probably going to take place on the football pitch in the respective universities.
This is the first edition of the UFL, where the entry would be limited with teams from only five cities - Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, Bangalore and Kochi. “To begin with there are five cities and in the later part, we will add more. In the second edition, we plan to add three more cities.” They are expected to announce the three cities only after the conclusion of the first edition of the UFL.
These five cities have been selected as they are the educational hubs of the country and many students from all over India come to these cities for higher education.” These cities are known for their high quality education infrastructure, like Delhi, which possesses two of the best universities in India – Delhi University and Jamia Millia Islamia. They have primarily chosen these cities after an extensive research program.
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