Federation Cup 2012: Revised Fixtures


FEDERATION CUP 2012 Revised Fixtures

VENUE: JAMSHEDPUR
Group A: Dempo SC, Mumbai FC, Pailan Arrows, Shillong Lajong FC

September 19: Dempo SC vs Pailan Arrows (JRD)
September 19: Mumbai FC vs Shillong Lajong (Keenan)
September 21: Pailan Arrows vs Mumbai FC (Keenan)
September 21: Dempo vs Shillong Lajong (JRD)
September 23: Pailan Arrows vs Shillong Lajong (Keenan)
September 23: Mumbai FC vs Dempo SC (JRD)
Group D: Salgaocar SC, Pune FC, Prayag United SC, United Sikkim FC

September 20: Salgaocar SC vs Prayag United (JRD)
September 20: Pune FC vs United Sikkim FC (Keenan)
September 22: Prayag United vs Pune FC (Keenan)
September 22: United Sikkim vs Salgaocar SC (JRD)
September 24: Prayag United vs United Sikkim (Keenan)
September 24: Pune FC vs Salgaocar SC (JRD)
Note:
1. All matches in Jamshedpur would kick-off at 3pm.
2. Matches will be played at JRD TATA Complex and the Keenan Stadium.
VENUE: SILIGURI
Group B: Churchill Brothers SC, Air India, Mohun Bagan, Mohammedan Sporting
September 20: Air India vs Md. Sporting (3pm)
September 20: Churchill Brothers vs Mohun Bagan (7pm)
September 22: Md. Sporting vs Churchill Brothers (3pm)
September 22: Mohun Bagan vs Air India (7pm)
September 24: Air India vs Churchill Brothers (3pm)
September 24: Mohun Bagan vs Md. Sporting (7pm)
Group C: Sporting Clube de Goa, ONGC FC, East Bengal, Kalighat Milan Sangha FC
September 21: ONGC FC vs Kalighat MS FC (3pm) September 21: Sporting Clube vs East Bengal (7pm)
September 23: Kalighat MS FC vs Sporting Clube (3pm)
September 23: East Bengal vs ONGC FC (7pm)
September 25: ONGC FC vs Sporting Clube (3pm)
September 25: East Bengal vs Kalighat MS FC (7pm)
Semifinals (both in Siliguri)
September 27: Winner Group B vs Winner Group C (7pm)
September 28: Winner Group A vs Winner Group D (7pm)
FINAL (in Siliguri)
September 30: Kick-off at 7pm.
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