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FC Goa

Founded: 26 August, 2014.
Ground: Fatorda Stadium
Capacity: 18,600
Owner: Goan Football Club Pvt. Ltd.
President: Akshay Tandon
Manager: Sergio Lobera
League: Indian Super League
2017-18: 3rd (10 teams)
2017: ISL Playoffs: Semi-finals

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IndiaGKMohammed Nawaz
IndiaMFSaviour Gama
IndiaDFSeriton Fernandes
IndiaMFImran Khan
India MFPrinceton Rebello
IndiaFWManvir Singh
IndiaFWListon Colaco
SpainDFCarlos Peña
SenegalDFMourtada Fall
Morocco4MFHugo Boumous
Morocco5MFAhmed Jahouh
India6DFChinglensana Singh
India7MFMandar Rao Desai
IndiaMFPratesh Shirodkar
Spain8FWFerran Corominas
India37DFMohamed Ali
Spain23MFEdu Bedia
SpainFWMiguel Palanca
India10MFBrandon Fernandes
India12MFJackichand Singh
IndiaMFLenny Rodrigues
IndiaDFNirmal Chhetri
IndiaGKLalthuammawia Ralte
India27GKLaxmikant Kattimani


FC Goa’s journey in the ISL has been adventurous so far. They have finished top of the league table, played the finals, finished last, and reached the playoffs.

Goa bagged 43 goals in the league phase in 2017/18, with the Spaniards Ferran Corominas and Manuel Lanzarote leading the way with 31 goals between them. However, Lanzarote joined ATK and Corominas will partner with his former-Espanyol teammate, Miguel Palanca.

There is additional Spanish flavor in the Carlos Pena and Edu Bedia, alongside the manager Sergio Lobera.

Goa retained the services of Moroccan Ahmed Jahouh, the holding midfielder could be expected paired with Lenny Rodrigues who was signed from Bengaluru FC.

The Gaurs traveled to Spain for their preseason, where they won all their matches, including a 20-0 win over the second team of FC Cartegena.

The Gaffer

FC Goa is one of two teams to have retained their head coach from the 2017/18 season. Sergio Lobera fits right in with FC Goa.

The Spaniard managed the youth teams of FC Barcelona before joining teams in the Segunda Division. He had the opportunity to work as assistant manager behind Tito Vilanova, however, he chose to stick to the Segunda Division teams.

Lobera replaced Zico after their disastrous 2016 season and given his strong start in India, there is little evidence that the could change the way his teams would approach their games.


FC Goa’s free-flowing style of football has been entertaining to watch, but it has also left them vulnerable at the back. While they scored 43 goals in total, they also conceded 28 goals.

With the signings of Senegal’s Mourtada Fall and Mexico’s Carlos Pena they have drafted in some experience. They also have provided goalkeeper Laxmikant Kattimani with some competition with the signing of Lalthuammawia Ralte.

Lobera has kept the core of his team, minus Lanzarote. A playoffs place is in the offing, but they need to tighten up at the back to go all the way.

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