Only Pune FC granted exemption in I-League

Only Pune FC were granted exemption to play in the I-League by the All India Football Federation (AIFF).

East Bengal to play exhibition matches against TFA

I-league runners-up East Bengal will play two exhibition matches against premier football academy `Tata Football Academy` (TFA).

Scottish Midfielder Alan Gow Joins East Bengal

Scotland B international Alan Gow is set to join last season’s I-League runner’s-up East Bengal (EB) after a successful trial with the Kolkata-based club.

Football coach Desmond Bulpin sacked by AIFF

India under-23 and I-League side Pailan Arrows coach Desmond Bulpin has been released from his job because of "unsatisfactory results" and "style of play at odds with possessional football", according to AIFF sources.

Sporting Clube de Goa sign Kalu Ogba

Sporting Clube de Goa have strengthened their team with the signing of Dempo midfielder Kalu Ogba for the 2011-12 I-League season.

Viva Kerala rechristened as Chirag United Kerala

The lone current I-League football club from South India, Viva Kerala, will now be known as Chirag United Kerala following merger with Kolkata-based Chirag United Sports Pvt Ltd on Saturday.

AIFF names squad for Football academy in Kolkata

In crisis-control mode after clubs refused to release loaned players for one more year, the AIFF named the squad for its developmental I-League club.

IFA unveils new local league format

The Kolkata football association revised the format local league for the Premier Division clubs, handing the big three I-League clubs a direct entry into the championship leg.

AIFF sticks to 40-match rule, keeps foreigner out

Despite objection from some top clubs, the AIFF has decided to put the cap on the number of matches a player can play in domestic tournaments to 40.

AIFF signs 5-year deal with Pailan Group

The All India Football Federation on Sunday officially signed a sponsorship deal with Pailan World Group for its U-23 I-League team Indian Arrows.

AIFF to request clubs to spare players for Arrows

All India Football Federation (AIFF) president Praful Patel said that he would request the I-League clubs to let their former players stay at Indian Arrows for one more year for the betterment of the sport.

Arrows in dilemma after loaned players return

The Indian Arrows may have shifted their base to Kolkata but uncertainty looms large over the composition of the team that will have eight of its premier players returning to their mother clubs.

JCT disbands from competitive football

In a big jolt to Indian football, Punjab-based JCT Club on Monday disbanded itself from professional football citing lack of public interest in the game in the country.

It`s good to be back: Sandip Nandy

Experienced custodian Sandip Nandy earned his place in the national camp and is now looking to have a long stint with the Indian team.

Meghalaya politician donates money for stadium

The Opposition leader in Meghalaya assembly Conrad Sangma offered Rs 25,000 for renovation of a stadium here after the state government cited shortage of funds for being unable to upgrade facilities for I-League matches.

Churchill Brothers sign five players

The Churchill Brothers have strengthened their team by signing five experienced players for the next I-League season, including the Chirag United midfielder duo of Jerry Zirsanga and winger Melwyn Rodrigues.

JCT trio signs two-year deal with Salgaocar

JCT trio have signed a two-year deal with I-League champions Salgaocar SC.

Colaco rubbishes accusations of foul play in Dempo-AI clash

Dempo coach has ruled out any foul play in the club`s 14-0 demolition of Air India.

Mohun Bagan signs Odafe for record Rs 2 crore one-year deal

Mohun Bagan sign Odafe Onyeka for a record rupees two crore.

I-League: Its Do or Die for HAL against Dempo

HAL take on Dempo in a do or die match of the I-League.