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Hero I-League is the flagship football event of the All India Football Federation. The 2015-16 Hero I-League will kick-off on 9th January 2016 with 9 teams participating. The 9 teams in Hero I-League are East Bengal, Mohun Bagan, Shillog Lajong FC, DSK Shivajians, Aizawl FC, Mumbai FC, Salgaocar SC, Sporting Clube de Goa and Bengaluru FC. Hero I-League 2015-16 Fixtures and Results along with I-League Points Table are mentioned in the appropriate sections of the website

Shillong Lajong Leave A Marvellous Legacy Behind As They Bow Out Of The I-League

Though North East had produced some of finest footballers for India including the likes of Baichung Bhutia, Rennedy Singh, Gourmangi Singh etc the region lacked a proper football club in the top division until Shillong Lajong who...

Fan Opinion : How AIFF Can Give The League System A Structure

Indian Football has an unclear future as AIFF have to adhere to AFC's order of merging both ISL and I-League from 2019-20 season. It is clear that the Indian Super League would be the top division but...

2018-2019 I-league Round 2: The Boys from Kashmir Make Their Debut

The I-League is up and running! The first round of the I-League lived up to its billing, as it witnessed five exciting matches with clubs registering record attendances. The very first match between Chennai City FC and Indian Arrows...

2018-2019 I-League : The Battle Royale Begins

Welcome back, folks to India's top tier domestic league, the I-League. The premier football league of the country will kick off on October 26, with 11 teams from 10 states battling it out for the top honours over a period of five months. This season,...

East Bengal Inks Partnership With Corporate Giants Quess

East Bengal have inked a partnership with Bangalore based corporate giants Quess and will officially be called as Quess East Bengal club. This corporate backing is a big boost in the club's path to ISL which is expected to...

Indian Football Transfer Round Up

https://www.instagram.com/p/BkSmQqjn67b/?utm_source=ig_embed Real Kashmir FC have announced their first foreign signing for upcoming season of the I-League, Scottish center back Mason Robertson who is also the son of their manager David Robertson. Mason last played for Scottish League 2 side Peterhead...

Aryn Williams Signs Extension With Neroca FC

Indian origin Australian Footballer Aryn Williams Signs an one year contact extension with Manipuri club Neroca FC. Williams is hopefull of obtaining Indian citizenship before the AFC Asian Cup 2019 making him eligible to play for India in the...

Ozone FC to Bid for I-League Spot

According to some of our sources Ozone FC might opt to bid for a spot in upcoming season of Hero I-League. Ozone Managed to reach the final round of I-League 2nd div but failed to qualify for the I-League. It...

Real Kashmir Qualify For I-League

Srinagar will host I-LEAGUE for the first time next season after Real Kashmir defeated Hindustan FC 3-2 in Bangalore to clinch the I-League 2nd division title. This will be the first time in the history of Indian football we...

Khalid Jamil in Talks with Mohun Bagan

According to our close sources Khalid Jamil is in talks with Mohun Bagan to manage them for the upcoming season of the Hero I-League. Jamil was sacked by East Bengal after they failed to win the league under him. If...