The SCB KU Youth League, which was aimed at promoting sports amongst children, and pulled them out of destructive activities such as kite flying, marbles, card, drug abuse which are very common in under developing areas of Karachi, ended during this period. CEFA U-10, KU Academy U-12, KU Maripur U-14, Nobel Academy School, Lyari Football Academy U-16 and KU girls lifted the champion trophy of this league.
Aspire Academy (Qatar National Academy) Invited Karachi United to play a friendly series with the Generation 2011 and 2012 players. Karachi United Academy Generation 2011 won the series 2-1 and the Generation 2012 lost 1-2. Engro was the sponsor of this series. Players hailing from Karachi United Community Center of Excellence showed splendid performance in all matches. The KU players have shown great confidence and their football talent has been appreciated by the top international coaches present at the Aspire Academy. The performance of the players proved that Karachi United is capable of producing football talent in Pakistan.
Karachi United offers weekly football and life skill sessions at community centers. Football training aims to build confidence in the players and polish their untapped talent. Football training sessions prepare the players to perform well in various football tournaments arranged by local clubs, domestic and international tournaments. Whereas, life skill sessions inculcate values in the players and motivated them to be good human beings.
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