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Jamshedpur FC earn a 1 - 1 draw against Gimnástica Segoviana

Jamshedpur FC and Gimnástica Segoviana shared the spoils on the night with the final score being one goal apiece for both the sides

September 06, 2018

Mumbai City FC register first win, beat Maejo United 3-1

Mumbai City FC scored their first win of the season, comfortably beating Maejo United 3-1 in Thailand

September 06, 2018

Chennaiyin FC sign India U-19 internationals Rahim Ali, Abhijit Sarkar & Deepak Tangri

Chennaiyin FC sign Rahim Ali (18), Abhijit Sarkar (18) and Deepak Tangri (19) on three-year deals each

September 05, 2018

Arnold Issoko is Mumbai City's final foreign recruit of the season

Mumbai City FC sign up Arnold Issoko from Congo, complete foreign signings for new season

September 05, 2018

Chennaiyin FC participate in CSR initiative with MIFA

Chennaiyin FC participated in a Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiative with the Malaysian Indian Football Association (MIFA)

September 04, 2018

ISL 2018-19: Mumbai City sign Senegalese winger Sougou

Mumbai City FC have bolstered their squad by signing highly experienced winger Modou Sougou of Senegal ahead of the Indian Super League (ISL) season,

September 04, 2018

IMG's name quietly removed from Indian Super League logo and website

IN A SURPRISING MOVE, the International Management Group appear to have relinquished their co-ownership of the Indian Super League.

September 03, 2018

ISL 2018-19: Jamshedpur FC sign Australia's all-time leading scorer Tim Cahill

Jamshedpur FC strike huge deal to capture Socceroos great Tim Cahill

September 01, 2018

ISL 2018-19: Chennaiyin FC sign Palestine forward Carlos Antonio Salom

Chennaiyin FC announce the signing of Argentine-born Palestine forward Carlos Antonio Salom Zulema on a season-long loan from Thailand League One outfit Bangkok United.

September 01, 2018

ISL 2018-19: Jamshedpur FC rope in India U-17 World Cup teen duo

Jamshedpur FC on Friday announced the signing of India U-17 World Cup players Aniket Jadhav and Amarjit Singh till 2021.

September 01, 2018