Started from the I-League, Bengaluru FC moved to Indian Super league to become champions in both league formats
A fearless performance by a young Indian Arrows side helped them cruise to a 2-0 win over Kerala Blasters FC in their Hero Super Cup 2019 qualifier match at the Kalinga Stadium in Bhubaneswar, Odisha
Chennai City FC have made history, becoming the first ever club from Tamil Nadu to become the Champions of India.
Assam-born 20-year old Delhi lad, Gaurav Bora did the star turn with two second-half goals, as Chennai City FC won their maiden Hero I-League title, beating defending champions Minerva Punjab FC 3-1 in their final game of the 12th Hero I-League at the Nehru stadium in Coimbatore.
The penultimate day of the 12th Hero I-league saw Kolkata giants Mohun Bagan snatch a 2-3 victory from Shillong Lajong FC. The game that was being played at the JLN Stadium, Shillong
Podcast on how the conclusion of the I-League 2018-19 title race has gone down to the wire, and two simultaneous matches featuring East Bengal and Chennai City
Aizawl FC piled on the misery on bottom-placed Shillong Lajong FC, when they put four past the visitors at the Rajiv Gandhi stadium in Aizawl, with Donboklang Lyngdoh’s consolation injury time goal doing little to gloss over a torrid campaign.
FIND OUT WHAT EAST BENGAL AND Chennai City FC have to do to win I-League as they head to a simultaneous showdown on Saturday
Gokulam Kerala FC, winless in 12 games and over three and a half months, carved out an odd goal in the victory over Manipuri side Neroca FC at the EMS Corporation stadium in Kozhikode on Sunday.
The battle for the 12th Hero I-League title winner just got interesting as Minerva Punjab FC suffered a 0-1 loss against Kolkata Giants Quess East Bengal at the Tau Devi Lal Stadium at Panchkula on Sunday.