Early Life of Godwin Franco
Godwin Franco is hailing from Guirim in Goa.
Career of Godwin Franco
Godwin Franco is a creation of the famous Sesa Football Academy, a domestic football team belonging from Goa. Before that he played for Assagao Football Club, Anjuna Football Academy.
Later Career of Godwin Franco
Godwin Franco has played for the U-16, U-19, U-21 football teams for his state Goa. He captained Goa at the U-21 level and played for India football team at Lusofonia games in Macau, China. Godwin Franco started his professional career with Churchill Brothers Football Club, with whom he played for two seasons. Then he played a season for Fransa-Pax Football Club and then he was with Sporting Clube de Goa for three seasons, all of whom were in the I-League. From that time, Godwin Franco came in the lime light of Indian National football scenario.
Godwin Franco in I league
In the year 2009, Godwin Franco joined Pune Football Club, for whom he played in the I-League. The club finished 3rd in the league that season. Then in 2010 In 2010 Godwin joined Dempo Sporting Club. Godwin Franco has won the I-League Super cup and many trophies with Dempo Sports Club.
Godwin Franco in AFC Champions League
Godwin Franco played in the AFC Champions League qualifier vs Al Sadd, Qatar, who were the AFC Champions League winners that season and came third in the FIFA World Club Championship. Godwin Franco played in the AFC Champions League for Dempo Sporting Club as well.
Godwin Franco with Fortuna Düsseldorf
Godwin Franco was selected by German Club Fortuna Düsseldorf for trials. He was on trials with Fortuna Düsseldorf in November 2013. Fortuna Düsseldorf is former Bundesliga (German Top Division) Champions. They were Uefa (European) Cup Winners Cup finalist in 1979 against FC Barcelona as well.
Godwin Franco in 2014 Indian Super League
On 22nd July 2014, Godwin Franco joined Kerala Blasters Football Club, a franchise for the newly formed Indian Super League in 2014 season.
Godwin Franco in Indian National Football Team
Godwin Franco was also a part of the Indian Under-19 National Level Football Team in 2003 and a part of the India football team for the 2006 Lusofonia Games Macau, China. Godwin Franco was also a part of the India National Football Team Camp for the 2010 AFC Champions League.
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