The draws for the men's and women's tournaments were carried out at the Pan Pacific Sonargaon's Balcony Room, Dhaka.
The Bangladeshi capital would host the 11th South Asian Games from January 29 to February 9, 2010.
The football tournament at the South Asian Games is an Under-23 tournament, but the AIFF has decided to send the India Under-19 team to the games to give the junior boys exposure against older opposition. In the recently held SAFF Cup such a plan worked as the Under-23 team beat the senior sides of other south Asian nations to win the SAFF Cup.
In the men's tournament our India Under-19 boys would face Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Afghanistan in Group B; while in Group A would consist of Bangladesh, Nepal, Maldives and Bhutan.
Our India Under-19 boys would face their three opponents at the M.A. Aziz Stadium in Chittagong, while Group A matches would be played at the Bangabandhu Stadium in Dhaka.
Men's Football Tournament Fixtures
January 29: India U19 - Afghanistan (12.00 BST)
January 29: Pakistan - Sri Lanka (16.30 BST)
January 30: Maldives - Bhutan (15.30 BST)
January 30: Bangladesh - Nepal (17.30 BST)
January 31: India U19 - Sri Lanka (15.00 BST)
January 31: Pakistan - Afghanistan (17.30 BST)
February 1: Maldives - Nepal (15.00 BST)
February 1: Bangladesh - Bhutan (17.30 BST)
February 2: Sri Lanka - Afghanistan (15.00 BST)
February 2: Pakistan - India U19 (17.30 BST)
February 3: Nepal - Bhutan (15.00 BST)
February 3: Bangladesh - Maldives (17.30 BST)
February 5: Group A champions - Group B runners-up
February 5: Group B champions - Group A runners-up
February 7: 3rd Place Playoff
February 8: Final
For the first time women's football is part of the South Asian Games with our Indian Women favourites against Bangladesh, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Nepal. All five nations would face each other in a round robin league and the top two teams would face each other in the finals.
Women's football tournament fixtures
January 29: India - Sri Lanka (13.30 BST)
January 29: Bangladesh - Nepal (15.30 BST)
January 31: India - Pakistan (14.30 BST)
January 31: Bangladesh - Sri Lanka (17.00 BST)
February 2: Nepal - Sri Lanka (14.30 BST)
February 2: Bangladesh - Pakistan (17.00 BST)
February 4: Pakistan - Sri Lanka (14.30 BST)
February 4: India - Nepal (17.30 BST)
February 6: Pakistan - Nepal (18.00 BST)
February 6: Bangladesh - India (20.15 BST)
February 8: Final (17.45 BST)Â