Decisions after I-League Committee Meeting on 14th October



 I-League Committee Meeting,14th October, Courtesy: www.the-aiff.com


  • Functional Committees will have representation from I-League Clubs.
  • Pailan Arrows won’t be relegated from the I-League.
  • Clubs will be responsible to organise their Home Matches. The Clubs can tie-up with either an Event Management Company or the State Association for this regard.
  • Allowances towards Boarding and Lodging for the I-League Teams and Match Officials have been increased by 15 percent.
  • The Clubs also requested IMG Reliance  to give them more Marketing Opportunities for the enhancement of their revenue earning.
  • The Clubs have been given the permission to take on ground sponsor activation rights, eg, presence of cheer leaders, fans meet and greet player before a match, etc. They have also been allowed branding of Bibs of ball-boys, stretcher bearers and photographers.
  • Some adjustments have been made in the I-League Schedules for the following matches:
  1.  International Friendlies against Malaysia on Novmeber 13 and 16, 2011.
  2.  International Friendly against Zambia on November 29, 2011.
  3.  SAFF Cup from December 2 to 11, 2011.
  4.  Match against South Africa in Johannesburg on January 7, 2012.
  5.  Match against Bayern Munich in New Delhi on January 10, 2012.
  • Clubs would be allowed to register players till the end of the second transfer window, February 15, 2012.
  • It was also decided that a Core-Committee would be constituted by AIFF from the members of the I-League Committee with five representatives each from Clubs and Executive Committee members to address various issues of I-League as and when required during the course of the tournament.


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