Mumbai City FC were presented the coveted Hero Indian Super League Winners’ Shield after their last game of the league season at their home stadium the Mumbai Football Arena after narrowly losing to East Bengal 1-0, in a match that was thoroughly dominated by the Islanders.
Bengaluru FC’s upward surge showed no signs of slowing down as Simon Grayson’s men overcame Mumbai City FC 2-1 at the Kanteerava Stadium, in Bengaluru, on Wednesday
Goals by Greg Stewart, Jorge Pereyra Diaz, Lallianzuala Chhangte and Vikram Partap Singh handed Mumbai City FC a 5-3 win over FC Goa at Fatorda, with Noah Sadaoui, Brandon Fernandes and Brison Fernandes netting consolation strikes for the hosts.
MUMBAI CITY ARE within touching distance of their second league title. With the Islanders holding the second placed Hyderabad FC, they basically just need 5 points from their last 4 matches to become the Champions of India.
Mumbai City FC secured a hard-fought 1-1 draw in their last game against Hyderabad FC. The Islanders have arguably been the best team in the Indian Super League (ISL) with the Nizams being their primary challenger this season
Mumbai City FC are delighted to confirm the signing of Hardik Bhatt. The 25-year-old defender joins the Islanders on loan from I-League club Rajasthan United until the end of the 2022-23 season.
MUMBAI CITY HAVE a lead at the top of the table. So, to finish at the top and become the Champions of India for the second time, they need to keep up the momentum.
Mumbai-born defender and of the most experienced Indian footballers, Rahul Bheke is a leader, both on and off the pitch. He has been instrumental in Mumbai City FC’s successful season
Mumbai City FC are delighted to announce that Des Buckingham has signed a contract to extend his tenure at the club and within the City Football Group.
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