Guru Nanak Stadium Minerva Punjab:
Guru Nanak Stadium Minerva Punjab is ready to host first game on 25th November against Mohun Bagan. Minerva Punjab football club will face Mohun Bagan kick-off match in their home stadium Guru Nanak. Minerva FC is pretty confident this time and having a good combination of foreign and national players. Team Minerva Punjab having Three national team players as well.
Guru Nanak Stadium is a football stadium in Ludhiana, India. It facilitated the opening and shutting services of the 2001 National Games of India. It likewise facilitated JCT FC of the I-League. It has a seating limit of 15,000 spectators.There is an arrangement of 8 paths engineered track with a two-path warming up a track. The track fits in with universal norms for the direction of any national or worldwide meet. It has a very much kept up football ground which has the Annual National Football League matches.
I-League is back in Punjab this season with the incorporation of Minerva Punjab FC, who are contending in the best level of Indian football out of the blue. Guru Nanak Stadium in Ludhiana, which was prior the home of JCT Mills FC, is currently the home of Punjab’s new group Minerva Punjab FC.
The Guru Nanak Stadium has a limit of 15,000 and has an arrangement of an 8-path engineered track alongside the field. It facilitated the opening and shutting services of the 2001 National Games and has likewise facilitated matches of the Kabbadi World Cup.
Minerva Punjab FC is genuinely new to the football scene in India having been set up in 2005 as Minerva Academy. In the wake of completing second in a year ago’s I-League 2 behind Dempo SC, Minerva Punjab FC increased direct passage to the I-League this season after Dempo SC’s withdrawal from the finish.