Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Indian Women's League 2016 Results: 21st-24th October 2016

Indian Women's League 2016 Results: 21st-24th October
Indian women's League 2016 Results from Prelims Round

India Women's League 2016 Preliminary Round

Rising Student FC 1-0 Bodyline FC
RSFC: Pinki(13th)

Alakhpura FC 18-0 Royal Wahingdoh FC
AFC: Kavita(4th, 45th, 61st, 77th), Sanju(9th, 10th, 13th, 15th, 33rd, 53rd, 56th), Deepika(18th, 36th, 62nd, 89th, 90+1st), Mamata(57th, 69th)

Kryphsa FC 0-3 Jeppiyar Institution FC
JIFC: Sandhya(45+1st), Indumati(55th, 75th)

Bodyline FC 0-1 Quartz FC
QFC: Mamta(90+2nd)

UPFC 0-7 Krypsha FC
KFC: Grace(8th, 15th, 51st, 65th), Bindyarani(18th), Roshni(28th, 63rd)

Royal Wahingdoh FC 0-13 Rising Student FC
RSFC: Pyari(5th, 13th, 27th, 41st, 45+1st, 63rd, 75th), Sangita(47th, 53rd, 66th), Sasmiti(65th), Articlave Anima(74th), Manisha(79th)

Guwahati confirmed to host FIFA U-17 World Cup 2017

Guwahati to host FIFA U17 World Cup
Guwahati was given green light to host FIFA U-17 World Cup 2017 by the FIFA delegation
The FIFA delegation along with members of the Local Organising Committee confirmed Guwahati as one of the venues for next year's FIFA U-17 World Cup.

The team visited the site and had a comprehensive look at the stadium and the training facilities.

Tournament Director of the LOC, Mr Javier Ceppi said, "We have a very good understanding with the newly elected State Government and that has certainly helped to push matters forward in Guwahati. They realize the importance of hosting the FIFA U-17 World Cup India 2017 and have given us their complete support, which has had an immediate impact on the pace of work in the last 45 days. We also believe, as the State Government does, that this event will be critical in the Chief Minister’s vision of making Assam the sports hub of India."

Present at the press conference was Mr. Ajay Tiwari, Secretary – Sports for the Government of Assam. Naturally pleased with the prospect of being one of the hosts for India's first ever international football tournament, Mr Tiwari expressed immense joy and said, "The state government has been putting in a lot of efforts to upgrade the stadium as well as the practice sites.

I am elated at the recognition being bestowed upon us by FIFA and at the prospect of the state hosting a football World Cup."

Delegates from the football's governing body were satisfied with the conditions in Guwahati, both on the pitch as well as in the training facilities of IGAI training ground, Nehru Stadium, LNIPE Ground and SAI Regional Centre. Event manager for the U-17 World Cup, Ms Marion Mayer Vorfelder remarked, "From what I am being told, the enthusiasm for the sport here in this part of the country is unmatched.

Football is like a religion here and considering how passionate people are about the sport here, this ratification denotes a win not just for the state of the Assam but the entire North East."

Guwahati became the fifth venue to be ratified for the FIFA U-17 World Cup India 2017, post Kochi, Navi Mumbai, Goa and New Delhi. The 23-member strong delegation will travel to Kolkata tomorrow to visit the last venue of its inspection trip and assess the situation in the capital of West Bengal. 

Hero ISL 2016: Kerala Blasters FC registers away victory against FC Goa

Hero Indian Super League 2016 Results
Kerala Blasters FC beat FC Goa 2-1 away in Fatorda,
Picture Courtesy: Indian Super League
Hero Indian Super League(ISL) 2016 Results
Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Fatorda
FC Goa 1-2 Kerala Blasters FC
FCG: Julio Cesar(24th)
KBFC: Mohammad Rafi(26th), Kervens Belfort(84th)

FC Goa is at the rock bottom of the Hero Indian Super League 2016 standings with just 4 points in the six games they have played while Kerala Blasters are at the 5th spot having same points as that of Chennaiyin FC and Mumbai City FC and just two points adrift of the league leaders NorthEast United FC.

Sunday, October 23, 2016

Hero ISL 2016 Results: 21-23rd October 2016

Indian Super League 2016 Results
Hero Indian Super League 2015-16 Results: 21-23rd October 2016, Picture Courtesy: Indian Super League
Hero Indian Super League(ISL) 2016 Results
Mumbai City FC 0-1 FC Goa
MCFC: Richardlyson(41st)

Atletico de Kolkata 1-0 Delhi Dynamos FC
ATK: Ian Hume(Penalty 78th)

FC Pune City 1-1 Chennaiyin FC
PCFC: Anibal Zurdo Rodriguez(82nd)
CFC: Jeje Lalpekhlua(28th)

Friday, October 21, 2016

India move up to 137th place in latest FIFA rankings

FIFA Ranking Announcement
Indian Football team moved up 11 places to 137th rank in latest FIFA rankings

Team India moved 11 places up the FIFA ranking ladder to be placed at 137 in the FIFA rankings as released on 20th October 2016.

The upward surge was because of the fantastic victory over then 114th ranked Puerto Rico in the official friendly played on 3rd September 2016 in Mumbai which saw the Blue Tigers getting 230 points from the match. This is India's best FIFA ranking position in around six years.

Indian Women's League 2016 Results: 19th-20th October 2016

Indian Women's League 2016 Results: 19th-20th October 2016
Indian Women's League 2016 Results: 19th-20th October 2016
Indian Women's League 2016 Prelims Results

Alakhpura FC 5-0 Quartz FC
AFC: Deepika(11th, 50th, 82nd), Sanju(58th), Nisha(75th)

Eastern Sporting Union 13-0 UPFC
ESU: Kamla Devi(7th,59th), Umapati(26th), Mandakni(30th), Premi Devi(39th,41st,72nd), Prameshwori(42nd), Bala Devi(47th, 52nd) Bembem Devi(66th), Manda Devi(76th), Haokip(89th)

Royal Wahingdoh FC 0-9 Bodyline FC
BFC: Anju Tamang(21st, 25th, 33rd, 44th), Karen Paisley(28th), Aditi Shetty(64th), Karen Pais(66th), Rhea(78th, 87th)

Hero ISL 2016: NorthEast United FC defeated at home by Chennaiyin FC

Indian Super League 2016 Results: 20th October 2016
NorthEast United FC were handed their second defeat of the season by Chennaiyin FC,
Picture Courtesy: Indian Super League

Hero Indian Super League(ISL) Results
Indira Gandhi Athletic Stadium, Guwahati
NorthEast United FC 0-1 Chennaiyin FC
CFC: Davide Succi(49th)

Chennaiyin FC defeated NorthEast United FC in the Hero Indian Super League(ISL) fixture on Thursday, 20th October. Davide SUcci scored the only goal of the game in the 49th minute from a terrific half volley to which Subrata Paul failed to palm away from his goal. NorthEast United FC remain at the top of the table with 10 points from six games closely followed by Mumbai City FC at 8 points having played a game less. Chennaiyin FC are at third spot with seven points from four matches.
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