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I-LEAGUE 2019-20 (TABLE): 14/03/2020 ( M-87 // GOALS - 230)

TEAM MWD LGF GA GD PTS
MOHUN BAGAN (w) 16 123 135 13 +212 39
EAST BENGAL 16 65 523 18 +5 23
PUNJAB FC 16 58 323 21 +2 23
REAL KASHMIR FC 15 64 516 14 +2 22
TRAU FC 17 64 717 27 -10 22
GOKULAM KERAL FC 15 64 520 19 +1 22
CHENNAI CITY FC 16 56 520 21 -1 21
CHURCHILL BROTHERS 15 62 723 21 +2 20
NEROCA FC 17 54 827 35 -8 19
AIZAWL FC 15 37 517 19 -2 16
INDIAN ARROWS 16 23 117 20 -13 9

MOHUN BAGAN EMERGED CHAMPION IN THEIR 16TH MATCH AGAINST AIZAWL FC HOME ON 10/03/2020 ( REMAIN 28 MATCHES CALLED OFF FOR COVID CORONA)
16.3.2020 : The Asian Football Confederation has congratulated FC Goa, Mohun Bagan and ATK for “winning the season titles in India.”In a letter to All India Football Federation General Secretary Mr. Kushal Das, General, Dato Windsor John, General Secretary, AFC wrote: “On behalf of the Asian Football Confederation, I would like to congratulate FC Goa, Mohun Bagan and ATK for winning the season titles in India!”

Mohun Bagan confirmed the Hero I-League 2019-20 title with a 1-0 victory over Aizawl FC on March 10, which took them to an unassailable tally of 39 points in 16 games and assured them of their second Hero I-League crown in five years. Meanwhile, ATK became the Hero Indian Super League champions for a record third time on Saturday (March 14, 2020) when they got the better of Chennaiyin FC at the Fatorda Stadium in Goa with the score-line reading 3-1 in their favour.

The letter further stated: “I wish your winning clubs every success in the next edition of the India Club Football Season and look forward to welcoming them in the 2021 AFC Club Competitions, should they meet the necessary entry requirements.”

on 21st april aiff executive committee meeting approved the following recommendations of the League Committee:

1. The 2019-20 season stays concluded.

2. Mohun Bagan are declared the Hero I-League champion for 2019-20.

3. The remaining prize money in the Hero I-League 2019-20 (apart from the champion’s prize money) will be equally divided among the remaining 10 participating clubs.

4. However, there will be no relegation, and also no individual prize money for the Hero I-League 2019-20 season.

5. AIFF waits to discuss with the Asian Football Confederation to understand the feasibility of organising a shorter duration tournament next season with 2nd division clubs for qualification to the Hero I-League 2020-21.

6. All youth leagues in the current season — the Hero Sub-Junior League, the Hero Junior League, the Hero Elite League, and the U-17 Khelo India Girls League – stay concluded, and will start afresh from 2020-21 season.

7. There will be an extension of the deadline for submission of the requisite documentation for the AIFF Academy Accreditation process after the ongoing lockdown is revoked.

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I-LEAGUE 2019-20 (TABLE): 04/12/2019 ( M-5 // GOALS - 9)

TEAM MWD LGF GA GD PTS
CHURCHILL BROTHERS 110 03 0 +3 3
GOKULAM FC 110 02 1 +1 3
CHENNAI CITY FC 110 01 0 +1 3
EAST BENGAL 101 01 1 0 1
REAL KASHMIR FC 101 01 1 0 1
MOHUN BAGAN 101 00 0 0 1
AIZAWL FC 101 00 0 0 1
NEROCA FC 100 11 2 -1 0
TRAU FC 100 10 1 -1 0
PUNJAB FC 100 10 3 -3 0
INDIAN ARROWS 000 00 0 0 0


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LAST YEARS FULL TABLE
09-03-2019 (MATCH - 109 // GOALS - 303 )
13-04-2019 (MATCH - 110 // GOALS - 303 )

TEAM MWD LGF GA GD PTS
CHENNAI CITY FC 20134 348 28 +20 43
EAST BENGAL 20133 437 20 +17 42
REAL KASHMIR FC 20106 325 14 +11 37
CHURCHILL BROTHERS 2097 4 35 23 +12 34
MOHUN BAGAN 2085 7 27 28 -1 29
NEROCA FC 2075 8 27 26 +1 26
INDIAN ARROWS 2073 1121 29 -8 24
AIZAWL FC 2056 8 25 27 -2 21
MINERVA PUNJAB FC 2045 1010 19 -9 18
GOKULAM FC 2038 9 25 33 -8 17
SHILLONG LAJONG FC 2032 1523 56 -33 11

AS on 13th April AIFF MEETING - The Hero I-League 2018-19 match between Real Kashmir FC and Minerva Punjab FC scheduled on February 18, 2019 was to be rescheduled later as per the decision taken by the Emergency Committee. Both the teams have communicated to AIFF that they agree to share one point apiece and the same was approved by the League Committee in today’s meeting. Hence, Real Kashmir FC finish their campaign third on the points table with 37 points from 20 matches whereas Minerva Punjab FC will wrap up in the ninth position with 18 points having played the same number of matches.

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