At 13 years old, Singh picked cricket over football because he enjoyed it more. With his parents' backing, Singh attended Chandigarh's St. Stephen's cricket academy. Having Robin Singh is the 10th-richest Indian footballer. Singh started playing cricket and football at a Noida academy at age 9. He participated youth tournaments with them.
Jackichand Singh, who scored many goals and made India proud, is ninth on this list. Telem Jackichand Singh (born 17 March 1992) plays winger for Mumbai City FC in the ISL. Jackichand made his professional debut for Royal Wahingdoh in the Federation Cup on 19 September 2011 against Churchill Brothers.
He's one of India's best and wealthiest footballers. Edathodika began playing football seriously in tenth school with the Malappuram U14s. Edathodika drove for Rs. 180 a day while playing football. He joined NSS College Manjeri's football team and trained under Dr. P.M. Sudhir Kumar. Feroz Sherif discovered him in an intercollegiate game.
The humble, talented Seityasen Singh is 7th richest Indian footballer. He joined Kerala Blasters in the ISL in 2019. He plays for NorthEast United in the 2015 Indian Super League and was one of 10 Indians auctioned. He won 4 Emerging Player of the Match awards and got another National Team call-up.
Arata Izumi is the sixth richest Indian footballer. Izumi joined Mahindra United of the I-League in 2007, replacing the NFL.
He missed six months of the 2007–08 I-League season due to injury. In 8 games, he scored 1 goal and had 2 assists. In 16 I-League games the following season, Izumi scored 1 goal and had 5 assists. The team won the Durand Cup that year. He joined ISL's FC Pune City.
1986-born Karanjit Singh is from Punjab. Him, 15, began football. At a local competition, Sukhwinder Singh discovered him.2004: He joined JCT FC Karanjit Singh is India's fifth-richest player. Singh debuted for India on July 23, 2011, replacing Subrata Pal. India trounced Afghanistan 4-0 on December 11 to win the 2011 SAFF Cup. Singh started all five of India's matches and maintained three clean sheets. Singh saved India's Final hopes.
Lyngdoh is India's fourth-richest player. Eugeneson Lyngdoh played for East Bengal in the ISL. Pune City signed him for Rs. 1.05 crore (US$214,431) on July 10. Pune City manager David Platt appreciated Eugeneson's technical skills. On September 28, 2015, FPAI named him player of the year. Lyngdoh scored his first ISL goal against FC Goa in his sixth game.
Rino Anto follows. Rino Anto (born 3 January 1988) plays right back for Punjab FC in the ISL. Bangalore FC was his ISL team. Anto graduated from the Tata Football Academy in Jamshedpur, Jharkhand, in 2008. Anto played I-League for Mohun Bagan from 2008-2010. In February 2010, the club released him.
He's among India's wealthiest footballers. Khangebam Thoi Singh (born 5 October 1990) plays central midfield for Real Kashmir FC in the ISL. Thoi has stamina, perseverance, and talent. He began his career by representing Manipur in the under-16 Mir Iqbal Hussain Trophy. Thoi signed with Chennai's Indian Bank in 2006 to play in the I-League 2nd Division.
Sunil Chhetri is the wealthiest Indian footballer. Chhetri is India's best footballer. Bengaluru FC is his current team. He's received foreign club offers since October 2008. Chhetri remarked, "Nothing is confirmed, but I'm near."
Inferring he'd sign in England. A move never occurred. He helped make Football one of India's most popular sports.