Virat Kohli Foundation

Virat Kohli, captain of the Indian men’s cricket team set up the Virat Kohli Foundation (VKF) in 2013. He set the foundation up with the aim to fulfill his dream of making India a sporting superpower and creating an environment that would help children grow as sportspersons and human beings.

As a sportsman himself who has competed at the highest level, Virat is keen to see India progress across sport and wants to provide an opportunity where VKF provides scholarships to talented athletes in their quest for sporting excellence.

On November 11th, 2017, the Athlete Development Program was launched where seven young athletes were identified and inducted into the ADP. They are provided support in terms of nutrition, travel, training and rehabilitation.

In 2019, a total of nine athletes were inducted in the ADP. The Virat Kohli Foundation caters to athletes across the range of sport which includes tennis, table- tennis, badminton, squash, boxing, swimming, golf and archery.

The Virat Kohli Foundation (VKF) was set up in 2013 by the Indian men’s cricket team captain Virat Kohli to fulfill his dream of making India a sporting superpower and creating an environment that would help children grow as sportspersons and as human beings. The Foundation also provides scholarships to talented athletes in their quest for sporting excellence. In November 2017 the Athlete Development Program was launched where young players from various sports were identified and are provided support in terms of nutrition, travel, training and rehabilitation.