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2019/20 I-League set for November 30 kick-off!

After some delay and discussions about fixtures, a tentative fixtures list for the 2019/20 I-League has been send to the participating clubs for the first 13 rounds.

As per the tentative fixtures, the 2019/20 I-League will kick-off on November 30 with a double header with former champions Aizawl FC and Mohun Bagan AC facing each other at 2pm, while Gokulam Kerala FC host NEROCA FC at 7pm.

The very next day, Churchill Brothers host Punjab FC (formerly Minerva Punjab FC) at the Fatorda at 5pm, while defending champions Chennai City FC host promoted TRAU FC in Coimbatore at 7pm, while the other opening round match would be played on December 3 with Quess East Bengal host Real Kashmir FC at the Saltlake Stadium at 7pm.

A total of 11 clubs would be participating in Aizawl FC, Chennai City FC (champions), Churchill Brothers SC, Quess East Bengal FC, Gokulam Kerala FC, Indian Arrows, Punjab FC, Mohun Bagan, NEROCA FC, Real Kashmir FC, and TRAU FC (promoted).

Discovery-owned DSports are set to become the new broadcast partner of the I-League with matches to be played at 2pm, 5pm and also at prime time at 7pm.


Round 1
01-Dec-2019: Chennai City FC – TRAU FC (7pm)
03-Dec-2019: Quess East Bengal – Real Kashmir FC (7pm)
30-Nov-2019: Aizawl FC – Mohun Bagan AC (2pm)
01-Dec-2019: Churchill Brothers SC – Punjab FC (5pm)
30-Nov-2019: Gokulam Kerala FC – NEROCA FC (7pm)

Round 2
26-Dec-2019: Real Kashmir FC – Chennai City FC (2pm)
08-Dec-2019: Mohun Bagan AC – Churchill Brothers SC (7pm)
06-Dec-2019: NEROCA FC – Aizawl FC (2pm)
06-Dec-2019: Indian Arrows – Gokulam Kerala FC (5pm)
07-Dec-2019: Punjab FC – Quess East Bengal (2pm)

Round 3
12-Dec-2019: Real Kashmir FC – Gokulam Kerala FC (2pm)
11-Dec-2019: Mohun Bagan AC – TRAU FC (5pm)
10-Dec-2019: NEROCA FC – Quess East Bengal (2pm)
09-Dec-2019: Indian Arrows – Aizawl FC (7pm)
10-Dec-2019: Punjab FC – Chennai City FC (2pm)

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