England


PROFILE

The England national kabbadi team rather than a United Kingdom or Great British team, was established in 1992 and represents the country in the National Kabaddi Association. The team is also affiliated with the International Kabaddi Association. In the 2004 Kabaddi World Cup, which was the inaugural Kabaddi World Cup tournament, the team reached the quarter-finals following wins against Malaysia and South Korea and a loss against Japan, where they lost to Canada.

Kangland Kabaddi Players:

  1. Shama
  2. Gurchetan Singh Rooprai
  3. Sandeep Singh Sandhu
  4. Gurdeep Singh
  5. Amandeep Singh Uppal
  6. Amandeep Singh Johal
  7. Karpreet Singh Randhawa
  8. Parmjoite Singh Sangha
  9. Baljit Singh Kooner
  10. Kamaldeep Singh Riar

England is one of two European teams participating in the 2016 Kabaddi World Cup. They have a team that is driven by a passionate group of youngsters. Many of their players are of Indian origin who play in domestic teams across the United Kingdom. For the competition in Ahmedabad, the team has been preparing well for almost a year now and will be motivated to prove themselves at the highest stage, a true test of their commitment to the game.

Team Name England
Short Name ENG
Coach Ashok Das
Coach Shortname Ashok Das
Coach Id 524

Overall Stats

Name England
Matches 1
Losses 1
Rank 7
Score Difference 34
All Outs 2
Top Raider Temi Tope Adewalure
Top Defender Someshwar Kalia
Top Allrounder Temi Tope Adewalure
Tackle Success Rate 13
Raids 45
Success Raids 11
Unsuccess Raids 10
Empty Raid 24
Success Raid Percent 24
Yellow Cards 1
Raid Bonus Points 2
Success Tackles 4
Defence Touch Points 5
Defending Bonus Points 1
Raid Touch Points 11
Unsuccesful Tackles 26
Total Raid Points 13
Total Defending Points 5
Super Tackles 1
Super Raids 1

England Kabaddi Players

Stats: Punvec Kabaddi World Cup 2018

Total Matches 0
Wins 0
Losses 0
Draw 0

Raids & Stops

Total Scores
0
Opponent Scores
0
Score Difference
0
Total Raids
0
Successful Rate
0%
Unsuccessful Rate
100%
0% Successful Rate