LoneStar Kashmir FC has made it to the final round of the 2018/19 Second Division League, but it isn’t clear if it will be allowed to host home matches in Srinagar.
The final round is set to kick-off on April 27 with LoneStar Kashmir FC having to travel to Bengaluru to face Ozone FC at the Bangalore Football Stadium.
But the club is still waiting to hear from the AIFF if it would be allowed to host their own home matches in Srinagar. Their preliminary round Group A matches had to be played in Katra, Jammu which was a logistical and financial problem for the club.
Interestingly promoted I-League side Real Kashmir FC was allowed to play their home matches in Srinagar with an extended winter break.
And if LoneStar Kashmir FC are forced to continue to play away from home, then they might pull out of the Second Division League final round.