The reserve team will be competing in the upcoming Durand Cup and Calcutta Football League Premier Division.
Kerala edged out West Bengal 5-4 on penalties at Manjeri last week to win the national football championship for the seventh time.
The team led by Jijo Joseph and coached by Bino George played an attractive brand of football to win the title on home soil after a long gap of 29 years.
The hosts edged West Bengal 5-4 in shootout after a thrilling 1-1 draw at the end of extram time. It wass Kerala's seventh Santosh Trophy win.
Hosts Kerala will be eyeing their seventh Santosh Trophy title while West Bengal, their 33rd.
Kerala's No. 10 has become the joint top-scorer (5 goals) of the championship alongside his captain Jijo Joseph.
Head coach Bino George has said his team is fully fit and well rested for the match.
Jijo netted the winner in the 86th minute. Earlier, the midfielder had equalised in the 16th minute after Manvir Singh had given Punjab a shock lead in the 11th minute.
The hosts led by Jijo Joseph will be seeking a win against an unpredictable Punjab side.
Hosts Kerala are placed in Group A, which consists of heavyweights West Bengal and Punjab. Rajasthan and Meghalaya are the other teams in the group.