Club's futsal section has been competing in the state league, as well as AIFF Futsal Club Championship, the highest division of futsal club competition in the country. History Formation as a club The seeds of Real Kashmir FC were sown in 2014 after devastating floods swept through the region causing massive loss of life and property. To keep the youth, who had lost much during the floods—engaged, Shamim Mehraj, editor of a local newspaper named "Kashmir Monitor", and Sandeep Chattoo,  a local businessman, came together to arrange footballers.  What began as a community outreach programme garnered massive support from the local populace and it soon started evolving into something more.
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Rivalry Real Kashmir has a rivalry with their fellow Jammu & Kashmir-based club Lonestar Kashmir FC,  that participated in the I-League 2nd Division.  The team has also participated in the inaugural 2020–21 Real Kashmir Cup, which was hosted at the TRC Turf Ground.  Players First-team squad As of 29 September 2022 Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. No. Pos. Nation Player 1 GK IND Subhasish Roy Chowdhury (Captain) 3 DF Akashdeep Singh 5 Balwinder Singh 6 MF Lalnuntluanga Bawitlung 8 GHA Wadudu Yakubu 9 FW Ibrahim Nurudeen 10 TJK Nozim Babadzhanov 11 Samuel Kynshi 12 Owais Bashir 13 Nestor Dias 14 Adnan Ayub 16 Mohammad Inam 17 Phrangki Buam (on loan from Goa) 18 Loken Meitei 19 Parveez Hussain Parray 21 Alocious Muthayyan 22 Kamalpreet Singh 23 Rupert Nongrum 24 Jestin George (on loan from NorthEast United) 25 Lamine Moro 27 Paolenmang Tuboi 28 Jayraj Ghelani 30 Reuben Letkhontinchon 31 Shahid Nazir 32 Davinder Singh 33 Sanjiban Ghosh 34 Sarineo Fernandes 35 Prateek Kumar Singh 37 Issahak Seidu 49 Girik Khosla 51 Imran Arshid 88 Nuriddin Davronov 99 Jerry Pulamte — Abhijit Sarkar Shahnawaz Bashir Current technical staff Position Name Head coach Mehrajuddin Wadoo Assistant coach Harshad Meher Head of Player recruitment Salman Mir Physio Haider Ali Psycologist Fadl Haq Co-ordinator Fuzail Farooq Nutrionist Athar Coutwall Club records Season Div.
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