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Super Cup

Hero Super Cup 2019

Organising Body: All India Football Federation (AIFF)
Founded: 2018
Number of teams: 20
Current Champions: FC Goa (2019)
Previous Champions: Bengaluru FC (2018)

Super Cup Fixtures & Results

15 March 2019 (5PM IST)Qualifier 1FC Pune CityWalkoverMinerva Punjab FCKalinga Stadium, Bhubaneswar.Match forfeited by Minerva Punjab FC.
15 March 2019 (8.30PM IST)Qualifier 2Kerala Blasters FC0-2Indian ArrowsKalinga Stadium, Bhubaneswar.Highlights
16 March 2019 (5PM IST)Qualifier 3Delhi Dynamos FCWalkoverGokulam Kerala FCKalinga Stadium, Bhubaneswar.Match forfeited by Gokulam Kerala FC
16 March 2019 (8.30PM IST)Qualifier 4Chennaiyin FCWalkoverAizawl FCKalinga Stadium, Bhubaneswar.Match forfeited by Aizawl FC
29 March 2019 (8.30PM IST)Round of 16Chennaiyin FC2-0Mumbai City FCKalinga Stadium, Bhubaneswar.Highlights
30 March 2019 (5PM IST)Round of 16Indian Arrows 0-3FC GoaKalinga Stadium, Bhubaneswar.Highlights
30 March 2019 (8.30PM IST)Round of 16Delhi Dynamos FCWalkoverEast BengalKalinga Stadium, Bhubaneswar.Match forfeited by East Bengal FC
31 March 2019 (5PM IST)Round of 16Mohun Bagan ACWalkoverBengaluru FCKalinga Stadium, Bhubaneswar.Match forfeited by Mohun Bagan AC
31 March 2019 (8.30PM IST)Round of 16FC Pune City2-4Chennai City FCKalinga Stadium, Bhubaneswar.Highlights
1 April 2019 (8.30 PM IST)Round of 16ATK3-1Real Kashmir FCKalinga Stadium, Bhubaneswar.Highlights
2 April 2019 (8.30PM IST)Round of 16Jamshedpur FCWalkoverChurchill BrothersKalinga Stadium, Bhubaneswar.Match forfeited by Churchill Brothers
3 April 2019 (8.30PM IST)Round of 16NEROCA FCWalkoverNortheast United FCKalinga Stadium, Bhubaneswar.Match forfeited by NEROCA FC
Thursday, 4 April 2019 (8.30PM IST)Quarterfinal IBengaluru FC1-2Chennai City FCMatch Report HighlightsKalinga Stadium, Bhubaneswar.
Friday, 5 April 2019 (8.30PM IST)Quarterfinal IIDelhi Dynamos FC3-4ATKHighlightsKalinga Stadium, Bhubaneswar.
Saturday, 6 April 2019 (8.30PM IST)Quarterfinal IIIFC Goa4-3Jamshedpur FCHighlightsKalinga Stadium, Bhubaneswar.
Sunday, 7 April 2019 (8.30PM IST)Quarterfinal IVChennaiyin FC2-1Northeast United FCHighlightsKalinga Stadium, Bhubaneswar.
Tuesday, 9 April 2019 (8.30PM IST)Semi-Final IChennai City FC0-3FC GoaHighlightsKalinga Stadium, Bhubaneswar.
Wednesday, 10 April 2019 (8.30PM IST)Semi-Final IIATK0-2Chennaiyin FCHighlightsKalinga Stadium, Bhubaneswar.
Saturday, 13 April 2019 (8.30PM IST)FINAL 2019FC Goa2-1Chennaiyin FCHighlightsKalinga Stadium, Bhubaneswar.

Kerala to host Hero Super Cup 2022-23 in April24-Jan-23The Away End Media DeskHero Super Cup 2022-23 featuring 16 teams (11 ISL + 5 I-League) will be held in Kerala between April 8-25, 2023. The qualifying round will kick off on April 3.
AIFF imposes fine on I-League clubs for pulling out of Super Cup17-May-19NehalThe AIFF has imposed a fine of 10 lakh rupees on Aizawl FC, Churchill Brothers, Gokulam Kerala, Minerva Punjab and NEROCA for pulling out of the Super Cup.
Hero Super Cup Final 2019: FC Goa vs Chennaiyin FC: All Things Considered14-Apr-19NehalFC Goa have finally arrived on Coronation Street!
Getting Lost in the Great Indian Football Tussle12-Apr-19Nevin ThomasThe football fans in the country are caught in a classic Devil vs the Deep Blue Sea conundrum – who do we side with when both seem awfully corrupt?
Tactical Preview: Chennai City FC & FC Goa: What’s the Difference?08-Apr-19AmritAhead of the Hero Super Cup semi-final clash between Chennai City FC and FC Goa, here’s a look at what makes them tick – two sides which are similar in philosophy, but differ in execution.
Hero Super Cup Quarterfinal I: Bengaluru FC vs Chennai City FC: All Things Considered05-Apr-19NehalA Super Cup final in its own right, the quarterfinal encounter between the I-League and Indian Super League champions ended in a win for Chennai City FC in a tightly contested battle at the Kalinga Stadium.
Hero Super Cup Qualifier 2: Kerala Blasters FC vs Indian Arrows: All Things Considered16-Mar-19NehalThe Indian Arrows project announced itself on the Super Cup grandstand by dismantling their much-fancied ‘bigger, better league’ opponents Kerala Blasters FC.
I-League Clubs withdraw from Hero Super Cup 201913-Mar-19NehalAt least seven I-League clubs have sent a letter to the AIFF stating their intent to withdraw from the upcoming Hero Super Cup scheduled to start on the 15th of March.

Indian Football: All Things Considered