BENGALURU FC HAVE signed defensive midfielder Fran Gonzalez and striker Kristian Opseth on one season deals ahead of ISL 2020-21.
As many as 29 Bengaluru FC players have begun their pre-season training at the club’s Academy facility at the Inspire Institute of Sport, in Bellary, the club announced on Thursday. Having made their way to the North Karnataka district after three rounds of testing in Bangalore and one in Bellary, the team and staff quarantined for four days before beginning their training on Thursday.
BENGALURU FC DIRECTOR Parth Jindal has welcomed East Bengal into the ISL fold and repeated his support for an open league system in Indian football, with promotion-relegation across all divisions.
Bengaluru FC have signed left-back Ajith Kumar on an undisclosed fee from Chennai City FC, the club announced on Saturday. The 23-year-old joins on a three-year deal, as Carles Cuadrat’s side add depth to their squad ahead of the 2020-21 Indian Super League campaign.
BENGALURU FC HAVE LAUNCHED a new campaign that will use their platform to promote local businesses that have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Bengaluru FC have signed versatile Brazilian striker Cleiton Silva on a one-year deal with the club having the option to extend it by another year, the Blues announced on Saturday. The 33-year-old, who started his career with Brazilian side Madureira, moved to Thailand where he spent a better part of the decade playing for Muangthong United and Suphanburi, apart from stints in Mexico and China.
When Bengaluru FC announced that they would play in AFC Cup 2021 Qualifiers, Chennaiyin FC fans were left angry thinking they had been denied a rightful Asian slot. Chiranjit Ojha looks into the rules and circumstances that led to this situation.
Bengaluru FC, on Wednesday, announced the signings of experienced campaigners in defender Pratik Chaudhari and goalkeeper Lalthuammawia Ralte, ahead of their 2020-2021 Indian Super League season
Bengaluru FC, on Thursday, announced that they had handed contract extensions to Ajay Chhetri, Namgyal Bhutia, Leon Augustine and Naorem Roshan Singh, ahead of their 2020-2021 season
Bengaluru FC, on Tuesday, announced that midfielder Dimas Delgado would spend a fourth year with the club after the Spaniard put pen to paper in a new one-year deal that keeps him with the Blues till the end of the 2020-21 season. Delgadoâ€™s extension comes a little more than a week after Bengaluru tied down Erik Paartalu to a two-year deal.Â
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