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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

Dalai Lama’s blessings for Bhaichung Bhutia’s USFC

Bhaichung Bhutia's  relegation threatened United Sikkim FC got a boost after being blessed by Dalai Lama when he came to Gangtok for a day. United Sikkim co-owner and player Bhaichung Bhutia met Dalai Lama and got his autograph on...
HAL team 2011-12

I-League 2011-12: HAL to start on a fresh slate

The team might be missing the services of the senior players who have moved on looking for greener pastures, but the Aircraftmen from the Garden City are ready to take on Chirag Kerala. Recent performance in the Federation Cup does...

IMG-Reliance to invest Rs 600 crore in IPL-style Indian Football League

This is as lucrative as it can get. The IMG-Reliance are firm on their move to create a football extravaganza on the lines of IPL. So much so that the amount they are promising is an unimaginable Rs 600...

Ranbir Kapoor becomes the new face of United Sikkim FC

Bhaichung Bhutia's co-owned United Sikkim FC has roped in Bollywood superstar Ranbir Kapoor to promote the club. Ranbir Kapoor sent a video to the relegation threatened club, wishing them luck in their quest to display a good show in the...

Queens Park Rangers to own a club in the Indian Football League

It has been learnt that Chennai may get its first I-League club holding the hands of the English club Queens Park Rangers also called QPR. The AIFF has extended the deadline for the new bidders till 27th of May...

Scottish Premier League champions Rangers eye Sunil Chetri, Jeje Lalpekhlua

In a report by Keith Jackson in Record Sport, it has been revealed that the Scottish Premier League giants Rangers FC are eyeing Sunil Chetri and Jeje Lalpekhlua, the 2 most deadly strikers in Indian Football. Rangers FC see India...

Pailan Arrows win against Mumbai FC in a game of errors

Pailan Arrows 3 (Holicharan Narzary – 34th, 75th, Milan Singh – 54th (PEN) beat Mumbai FC 2 (ND Opara – 39th, James Singh – 45th KOLKATA: Playing true to their form Pailan Arrows began the I-League venture with a win when they...

Pailan Arrows : Squad 2012-13

Following is the squad of Indian developmental u-23 team Pailan Arrows. They have signed 36 players so far. All the players are of U-23 age group and are Indian citizens. Two Australians are in the coaching staff - Arthur...

Reading FC and East Bengal looking for tie-up

According to the reports, Indian football club East Bengal and newly promoted English Premier League club Reading FC are eyeing a tie up to help each other. Reading FC has recently ensured a place in the EPL 2012-13 and are...
Randajied United 2013 Team

I-League Preview: Rangdajied United vs Dempo SC

History beckons for I-League new boys Rangdajied United, as the Shillong-based outfit gets ready to host its first ever home game in the I-League, at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium on Friday. After losing both their opening I-League encounters on...