Bandy Federation of India
|Bandy Federation of India
|Affiliation||Federation of International Bandy|
|Headquarters||Mandi, Himachal Pradesh|
|Location||Ice Skating Rink, Shimla, Himachal Pradesh|
Bandy Federation of India (BFI) is the governing body of bandy in the India. It is headquartered in Mandi. The Bandy Federation of India was established in 2002 and became a member of the Federation of International Bandy the same year.
Bandy is generally played in northern India where there is generally snow and ice. India is one of seven countries in Asia and in total 28 to be a member of Federation of International Bandy. The Bandy Federation of India takes care of Bandy in India. The international debut of Indian National Bandy Team will possibly take place at the first Asian Bandy Championships to be held in Almaty in December 2012.
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