Bengaluru FC sealed their place in the final of the Hero Indian Super League for the second successive year with a 3-0 win against NorthEast United FC in the second leg of the play-off at the Sree Kanteerava Stadium
NorthEast United FC left it late to secure their first win against Bengaluru FC but what an important win it turned out to be in the first leg semi-finals of the Hero Indian Super League.
Playing their historic first AFC Cup qualifier match, Chennaiyin FC got held to a goalless draw by Colombo FC in their first leg encounter.
Indian Under-17 World Cup star Aniket Jadhav will undergo a training spell at English Championship football club Blackburn Rovers Football Club
Rahul Bheke, right back for Bengaluru FC, opens up to TFG correspondent Chiranjit Ojha about how he started out in football, playing for major clubs around the country
A young Bengaluru FC side suffered a heavy defeat after a second half blitzkrieg in which Jamshedpur FC scored four times in six minutes, saw the hosts beat the Blues 5-1 at the JRD Tata Sports Complex, in Jamshedpur
A ten-man Bengaluru FC showed why they call the Kanteerava the Fortress when they gave FC Goa a masterclass in attack and defence, blanking the visitors 3-0 to hand them their first defeat of 2019
RAJU GAIKWAD SPEAKS EXCLUSIVELY to TFG about his journey in I-League, ISL and Indian football team
Kerala Blasters FC notched only their second win of the Hero Indian Super League season after a comprehensive 3-0 win over rivals Chennaiyin FC at the Jawaharlal Nehru stadium here on Friday.
An engaging Hero Indian Super League tie between FC Pune City and ATK ended 2-2 and provided plenty of entertainment but play-off hopes for either side took a beating at the Shree Shiv Chhatrapati Sports Complex Stadium, Pune, on Sunday.