East Bengal FC I League Profile & Updates

East Bengal FC news details:

East Bengal FC

Kolkata based, East Bengal football club is a professional club from West Bengal, India. At present, it is participating in I-League. It is the winner of three National Football League titles, three India super cups, and eight federation cups. This club is the holder of Calcutta Football League. This club is rival with major Kolkata club Mohun Bagan and it competes in popular Kolkata derby. Its other rival from Kolkata is Mohammedan SC.

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I League Fixtures 2017-18

Given below is east Bengal players list and they may hold multiple non-FIFA nationalities. Flags show national team as defined by eligibility rules of FIFA:

No.PositionPlayer
31GKDibyendu Sarkar
3DFArnab Mondal
2DFSalam Ranjan Singh
6MFMahmoud Amnah
8MFMohammed Rafique
9FWWillis Plaza
10MFKatsumi Yusa
7MFCavin Lobo
12GKLuis Barreto
11MFGabriel Fernandes
16DFGurwinder Singh
17MFLaldanmawia Ralte
32GKMirshad Michu
22DFMehtab Singh
26DFKoushik Sarkar
30MFBrandon Vanlalremdika
No.PositionPlayer
4DFLalramchullova
27MFNikhil Poojari
22FWJobi Justin
43DFRahul Ghosh
23DFTanmoy Ghosh
20MFRichard Costa
38MFPrakash Sarkar
35MFYami Longvah
36MFVidyasagar Singh
37FWLalchanhima
25DFSamad Ali Mallick
18DFDeepak Kumar
19FWV P Suhair
21MFSurabuddin Mollick
FWT Suranjit
FWCharles Do Vale De Souza

The above list shows easy Bengal FC squad that has an edge that all players are well-trained.

Technical staff

The team has Khalid Jamil as goal coach. Abdul Siddiqui is goalkeeper coach. Miranda Garcia is the physical trainer who has, of course, a tough job. The manager is Monoranjan Bhattacharya. Assistant coach and club doctors are Ranjan Chowdhury and Dr. Shantiranjan Dasgupta. Gautum Roy is team media officer and Tushar Rakshit is team observer. Everyone has his own responsibilities and duties that they carry out efficiently to make sure the team is well-trained and capable enough to face tough challenges ahead.

Official sponsors for East Bengal FC

Kingfisher Premium is the main sponsor and kit sponsor is Shiv Naresh. Co-sponsors include Shyam Steel.

Salt Lake stadium

It is a multi-purpose stadium in Kolkata, West Bengal and is the second largest non-auto stadium in the world. It is the largest stadium in India with a capacity of 85,000 spectators. It has a running track, electronic scoreboard, floodlight, air-conditioned VIP restroom, long jump track, natural turf and a Conference hall.

Barasat stadium

East Bengal FC uses Barasat stadium for its region tournaments especially when other stadiums are not available for some reasons. Salt Lake Stadium and East Bengal Ground are included in those busy stadiums for which Barasat stadium is a perfect alternative. The stadium has natural grass turf having floodlights for night matches to make the game as much enjoyable as possible.

Kanchenjunga Stadium

Based in Siliguri, Kanchenjunga Stadium has offered its ground to East Bengal FC for their football matches.

Let’s see how East Bengal FC performs in the tournament and exhibits its true potential.

East Bengal Next Match:

I league management not announce fixtures of I league 2017-18 but expectedly will be announced on 20th November so you can visit our I league fixtures section for more details.

east Bengal football club current squad will be announced right after I league schedule release but this time east Bengal got some really very talented players and looking to prove itself one of the toughest team of I league.

East Bengal transfer news will also be updated here as soon as we are getting news from official east bengal media teams.

 

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