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about football

Our football division was created in 2015, following ENL group’s commitment to promote sports in Mauritius. Our main objective is to ensure that players learn the necessary skills, including juggling, passing, dribbling, heading and shooting, whilst also having lots of fun through some team-building activities.

Students also get access to games and tournaments with other local teams, objectives being to:

  • Provide training facilities to the region’s football enthusiasts;
  • Assist and coach young talents in their development;
  • Become a reference football academy over the long-term;
  • Become a feeder club for Premier Division clubs;
  • Promote Mauritian football;
  • Promote values of teamwork and friendship;
  • Encourage integration;
  • Sponsor, through the ENL Foundation, a selection of children with modest backgrounds so they can integrate the academy;
  • Enable youngsters with learning difficulties to find a job in sports, through the professional football league.


Category 1

U06 to U09 (born between 2011 to 2014)

Days & times

Monday & Wednesday: 3:45 pm – 5:30 pm

Saturday: 9 am – 10.30 am


École du Centre, Soccer Field

Lycée des Mascareignes, Soccer Field

Category 2

U10 to U12 (born between 2007 to 2010)

Days & times

Tuesday & Friday: 3:45 pm – 5:30 pm

Saturday: 8:30 am – 10.30 am


École du Centre, Soccer Field

Lycée des Mascareignes, Soccer Field

The coaches

Thierry Hitié

Pascal Dacruz

Stewart Vencatachellum

Ijaaz Mustun

Mervyn Jocelyn

Christopher Honglin

Raishad Boodhoo

Izadeen Boodhoo

Brunot Rateau

Ram Purtally

Bruno Randrianarivony



Footballers, including 30 with modest backgrounds

Only a few spots left for kids under 10

1 annual Moka Rangers Cup, organised in November


The New Generation League (NGF):

Private league (U10 to U17) with approximately 1,200 children from 10 different Mauritian football academies, from November to May every year.


Two categories (U15 & U13) participated in Heidelberg, Germany, in July 2019.

The club will produce a licence for children who qualify for the NGF league.