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AMITY RIDING & POLO ACADEMY

Riding towards excellence

The Amity Riding & Polo Academy provides Amity students and patrons access to state-of-the-art horse riding and equestrian facilities. Bringing together the best breeds and riding arenas, the academy offers introduction, training and practice opportunities for riders at all levels and disciplines, including Dressage, Show Jumping, Grid Work and Cross Country.

ACHIEVEMENTS The Amity Riding & Polo Academy has articipated and won accolades in numerous Horse Shows and equestrian events including the National Games & the Delhi Horse Show.

As India’s only Polo Event for charity, Amity Polo Cup is organised by the Amity Riding & Polo Academy every year as part of Amity Group’s nation building initiatives beyond education. Amity, through the Amity Humanity Foundation helps to raises funds for the underprivileged girl children to ensure that they grow up among love and care, apart from instilling the spirit of corporate social responsibility in all its students.

AMITY POLO CUP HIGHLIGHTS

  • The Amity Polo Cup attracts the crème de la crème of the society, eminent personalities from all walks of life including intellectuals, celebrities and political leaders.
  • The guest list of the past Amity Polo Cups included Hon'ble Vice President of India, Mr. Hamid Ansari; Maharana of Mewar, HH Mr. Arvind Singh; Mr. Naveen Jindal, MP; Mr. Shiv Khera, renowned author and many more.
  • Cavalry Team Jindal being awarded the Winner's Trophy of the Amity Polo Cup 2011
  • The finals of Amity Polo Cup 2011 in progress

AMITY FOOTBALL CLUBS

Dedicated to promote football among Indian youth

While football is the most popular sport in 200 countries, Amity has a mission to make it a popular sport in India. The Amity Football Clubs - Amity United Football Club (AUFC) and Indian Nationals Football Club (INFC) is one such initiative of Amity to make football a popular sport among the Indian youth.

Further, to identify the best football talent from various regions of the country, Amity regularly conducts All India Talent Hunt Contests. Towards this, Amity has identified and adopted many football enthusiast villages, which serves the dual purpose of community development and identifying football talent at the grass root level.
Some of Amity's initiatives for the Football Clubs include:
  • Training at the 110 acre Amity Education Valley in Manesar (Gurgaon)
  • Annual Football Coaching Camps organised for school children in New Delhi-NCR to popularise the sport
  • Annual Football Coaching Camps organised for school children in New Delhi-NCR to popularise the sport
  • Technical support from highly competent team of professionals from the field of Football, Media, Events and Marketing
  • Active participation in national level events like Federation Cup, Durand Cup , Lt. Governor's Cup Delhi
  • The Amity Football Coaching Camp organised by Amity to identify young football talent among the 9-13 year olds.

AMITY CHESS ACADEMY

Nurturing young Indian talent to checkmate competition

The Amity Chess Academy (ACA) has been set up with the aim to provide a platform for the budding chess players to hone their talents and make a mark in the game at national and international levels.

A testimony of ACA's endeavours towards nurturing young talents in chess, is Parimarjan Negi, an Amity student who went on to become the world’s youngest Grandmaster. Amity not only encouraged the young Parimarjan through Sports Scholarships but also sponsored his participation in numerous tournaments, at national and international levels.

Parimarjan has recently been honoured with the Arjuna Award for excellence in sports at a very young age.

  • Dr. Ashok K. Chauhan, Founder President, Amity felicitating Parimarjan Negi at Amity Campus after being conferred the Arjuna Award