PIFA Sports FC, earlier known as PIFA COLABA FC. It is a registered club with Mumbai District Football Association (MDFA) which is affiliated to the state body Western India Football Association (WIFA) and in turn affiliated to AIFF.
Objectives of PIFA Colaba FC
To expose players to the latest training methods.
- To produce technically excellent and innovative players, with exceptional quick decision-making skills.
- To train, develop, qualify and support more innovative coaches, who are excellent teachers of the game.?
- To build a national club team.
- To develop world class facilities.
PIFA Sports FC plays the national AIFF I-league 2nd division in 2011, in addition to this team, the club has three men’s and a women’s team registered in the MDFA league:
- PIFA Sports FC – Elite Division MDFA, Maha League WIFA, I league 2nd division AIFF
- PIFA Colaba FC (Under 19) – First Division MDFA
- PIFA Colaba FC (Under 17) – First/Second Division MDFA
- PIFA Colaba FC – Women’s Division MDFA
- PIFA Colaba FC (Under 15) – Various tournaments
Men’s team progression
- PIFA Colaba FC
- Senior Division MDFA League 2006-07 (Promoted)
- Super Division MDFA League 2007-08 (Promoted)
- Elite Division MDFA League 2008-11
- AIFF 2nd Division I-league 2010-11
- Nadkarni Cup 2011 – Runners Up
Youth Teams progression
- PIFA Colaba FC U17
Gauteng Future Champions 2009, South Africa
4th Division MDFA 2009-2010 (Promoted to 1st)
- PIFA Colaba FC U19
1st Division MDFA 2010-2011
- PIFA Colaba FC – Stadium
The team currently does not own a stadium but is working towards it. It currently uses the Cooperage Stadium, Colaba as its home ground and trains at the Karnatak Football ground near Churchgate.