The qualifiers for the second edition of the Super Cup will be played at the Kalinga Stadium in Bhubaneswar, Odisha on March 15-16, 2019.
The qualifiers will be played among teams ranked 7th to 10 in the I-League and the Indian Super League.
The final round which will be played on a knockout format will kick-off on March 29 at the Kalinga Stadium, Bhuwaneshwar.
It will be played among the top 6 teams of the I-League, the Indian Super League, along with the winners of the four qualifier matches.
The final is slated for April 13.
2018 SUPER CUP
March 15 – Qualifier 1: FC Pune City vs I-League #10 (5pm)
March 15 – Qualifier 2: Kerala Blasters FC vs Indian Arrows (8.30pm)
March 16 – Qualifier 3: Delhi Dynamos FC vs I-League #9 (5pm)
March 16 – Qualifier 4: Chennaiyin FC vs Aizawl FC (8.30pm)
ROUND OF 16
March 29 – PQF1: Qualifier 4 vs Mumbai City FC (8.30pm)
March 30 – PQF2: Qualifier 2 vs FC Goa (5pm)
March 30 – PQF3: Qualifier 3 vs Quess East Bengal (8.30pm)
March 31 – PQF4: Mohun Bagan vs JSW Bengaluru FC (5pm)
March 31 – PQF5: Qualifier 1 vs Chennai City FC (8.30pm)
April 1 – PQF6: ATK vs Real Kashmir FC (8.30pm)
April 2 – PQF7: Jamshedpur FC vs Churchill Brothers FC (8.30pm)
April 3 – PQF8: Neroca FC vs NEUFC (8.30pm)
April 4 – QF9: PQF4 vs PQF5 (8.30pm)
April 5 – QF10: PQF3 vs PQF6 (8.30pm)
April 6 – QF11: PQF2 vs PQF7 (8.30pm)
April 7 – QF12: PQF1 vs PQF8 (8.30pm)
April 9 – SF1: Winner Q9 vs Winner Q11 (8.30pm)
April 10 – SF2: Winner Q10 vs Winner Q12 (8.30pm)
April 13: Winner SF1 vs Winner SF2 (8.30pm)