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Little soccer-aces to head for national round in U-17 Football

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Globally top men's shampoo brand Clearmen in association with Bangladesh Football Federation (BFF) has recently organized Clearmen Bangladesh U-17 Championship Football Tournament for school students.
Today (April 24) Dhaka and Mymensingh will pick up their football wizards for the national round as their divisional rounds are coming to an end. Dhaka will host the divisional round on the grounds of Uttara Friends Club in the capital.
In the city where kids are endowed with a little ventilation for sports and creativity, the little maestros are excited to display their charisma on the field. Mymensingh Circuit House ground will be hosting the final round of Mymensingh division.
The divisional rounds of the tournament began on March 27. Nearly 270 teams from the entire country have registered for the football tournament featured by the worldwide top men's shampoo brand Clear Men.
Each divisional round will endow two schools with the ticket for the national round, and thus a total of 16 teams will qualify for it.
In addition to rewarding the best schools, Bangladesh Football Federation will also nurture 26 football wizards, picked up from the tournament, in the long run. Six divisions - Rajshahi, Rangpur, Khulna, Barishal, Sylhet, and Chattogram - have already offered 12 schools tickets for the final round.
The qualifiers are Sonadighi High School and Jamira High School in Rajshahi division, Rangpur Zilla School and Haragach Bohumukhi High School in Rangpur, Bagerhat Bohumukhi Collegiate School and Rupsa Bohumukhi High School in Khulna, Baptist Mission Boys High School and Government Technical School Pirojpur in Barisal, Sirajuddin Ahmed Academy and Progoti High School in Sylhet, and Patenga High School and TSP Complex School in Chattogram.
All the champions and runners-up of the divisional rounds qualified for the national round that will begin on April 27 in Dhaka.

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