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Football Players


Jarnail Singh Dhillon

Olympian Jarnail Singh Dhillon was born in the year 1936 at village Panam, distt. Hoshiarpur. He was a star defender – Striker who played for Khalsa College Mahilpur, Punjab in the year 1952-56, Khalsa Sporting Club, Punjab in the year 1956-57, Rajasthan Club, Calcutta in the year 1957-58, Mohun Bagan Athletic Club, Calcutta in the year 1958-68. He worked as a coach for the Indian National team, Punjab Santosh Trophy team, District Sports Officer and was promoted to a position of a deputy director and then to the position of Director with Sports Department of Punjab. In 1964, as recognition of his game, he was awarded “Arjuna Award”. Mr. Dhillon captained Indian Team from 1965-67, Asian All-Star team from 1965-66 and 1966-67. He took his last breath on October 13, 2000.

Gurdev Singh Gill

Arjuna awardee Gurdev Singh Gill, born in village Kharar Achharwal gained his education from Khalsa College Mahilpur. He represented India in various international football tournaments and coached Punjab soccer team in early nineties.
Gurdev Singh Gill played in Asia Cup in 1970, Agha Khan Gold Cup Tournament held in 1978 in Dhaka where he was declared the best player of the meet. He also donned national colour in the pre-Olympics tournament, played at Rangoon in 1972. He participated in the Asian Games in 1974 at Trehan and then in 1978 in Bangkok where he led the Indian team. He was the member of the East Bengal Club squad in 1979 and then captained the Punjab football team for twelve consecutive years from 1976 to 1988. He also coached the state football team between 1990-1994 and remained manager of the team for four years 1995-1998.

He served as sports secretary, Punjab Police, from 2002 to 2004. He was decorated with the Arjuna award in 1978-1979, with Maharaja Ranjit Singh award in 1984-1985, footballer of the Millennium by Delhi Sports Journalists’ Association in 2000, besides police medal for meritorious services in 2000. Gurdev Singh Gill retired as commandant in April 2008.

Gurcharan Singh Parmar

Mr. Gurcharan Singh Parmar (Sodhi) was born on February 1, 1952 at Village Baddon, Thana Mahilpur in Distt. Hoshiarpur. He did his high school education from Khalsa Co-Education High School Baddon. Later, he joined JCT Mills Phagwara as a Professional Football player and played 15 times for Punjab Team in Santosh Trophy out of his 18 years Football career with JCT Mills, Phagwara. He represented Indian National Football Team from 1978 to 1982. He was the captain of Indian Football Team in 1979 and 1982. In the year 1980, he played in Pre-Olympic games held at Singapore. He also played for JCT Mills in Queen’s Cup at Bangkok and against South Africa, Bangkok, Thailand. In 1984 he was conferred with Maharaja Ranjit Singh Award by the Punjab Government. Currently, Mr. Parmar is working as Deputy Manager (Security) with JCT Limited, Phagwara and runs GS Parmar Football Academy at V & PO Baddon to produce quality football players.

Diwali Championship Mahilpur High School (1930) - (from top left to right) - 1ST ROW: Balwant Singh, Chanan Singh, Lachman Das, Dharm Singh, Nasib Singh, Faqir Singh, Bakhshish Singh; 2nd ROW: S. Darbara Singh (Master in Charge), S. Harbhajan Singh (Headmaster), S. Mihan Singh (Master in Charge), Hari Singh (Captain); 3rd ROW: Kartar Singh Devindar Singh, Mota Singh, S. Mahnga Singh Sangha Sakruli

Athletics Team, District Tournament, Hoshiarpur (1928-30) - (from top left to right) – 1st ROW: Amar Singh, Dharm Singh, Tara Singh; 2nd ROW: Shir Singh, Hazara Singh, Hari Singh, Davender Singh; 3rd ROW: S. Chanchal Singh (Master in Charge), S.Darbara Singh (Master in Charge), S. Harbhajan Singh (Headmaster), S. Jaswant Singh (Master in Charge), S. Minhan Singh (Master In-Charge); 4th ROW: S. Mahnga Singh Sangha Sakruli, Ujagar Singh

Sardar Mahnga Singh Sangha of village Sakruli was born on September 3, 1909 and went to Mahilpur Khalsa High School through the years of 1928-1930. In those years he joined the Mahilpur football team in the position of center-forward, left wing. His team played many games at Bajwara, Hoshiarpur with England teams.His team won trophies from the Tournament at Nankana Sahib (Pakistan) and the Diwali Tournament at Amritsar (Punjab). His team was ranked number ONE position amongst all the teams from the united Punjab. There was a team member named Ranjit Singh Minhas from village Paldi who played at the position of a goal keeper while he was a student and became a famous saint, Sant Ranjit Singh Bhogpurt Wale, on a later date.


S. Nagina Singh Memorial Stadium, Paldi

Sardar Nagina Singh Memorial Stadium, Paldi was built in year 2006 to cater the needs of budding football players of the as well as the students of SAS Khalsa Senior Secondary School, Paldi.

Winner Team With Principal Jagtar Singh Minhas & Coach Ali Hassan

SAS Khalsa Sr. Secondary School, Paldi - Football Team


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