List of Indian football teams facts for kids
The Indian Football Association (IFA) was established in Calcutta in 1893.
The National Football League was established in 1996 by the All India Football Federation.
The I-League was founded in 2006. The I-League has 14 clubs.
|Air India||Mumbai||Maharashtra||Cooperage Ground||5,000|
|Churchill Brothers||Margao||Goa||Fatorda Stadium||27,300|
|East Bengal||Kolkata||West Bengal||Salt Lake Stadium||120,000|
|Mohun Bagan||Kolkata||West Bengal||Salt Lake Stadium||120,000|
|Pailan Arrows||Kolkata||West Bengal||Salt Lake Stadium||120,000|
|Prayag United||Kolkata||West Bengal||Salt Lake Stadium||120,000|
|Pune||Pune||Maharashtra||Balewadi Sports Complex||20,000|
|Salgaocar||Vasco da Gama||Goa||Fatorda Stadium||27,300|
|Shillong Lajong||Shillong||Meghalaya||Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium||30,000|
|Sporting Clube de Goa||Panjim||Goa||Fatorda Stadium||27,300|
|United Sikkim||Sikkim||Gangtok||Paljor Stadium||25,000|
I-League 2nd Division
The I-League 2nd Division has 21 clubs.
- Ar-Hima F.C., Shillong, Meghalaya
- Aizawl F.C., Aizawl, Mizoram
- Bhawanipore F.C., Kolkata, West Bengal
- Eagles F.C., Ernakulam, Kerala
- Golden Threads F.C., Kochi, Kerala
- Green Valley F.C., Guwahati, Assam
- Guwahati Town Club, Guwahati, Assam
- Kalighat F.C., Kolkata, West Bengal
- Kenkre F.C., Mumbai, Maharashtra
- KGF Academy, Bangalore, Karnataka
- Langsning F.C., Shillong, Meghalaya
- Luangmual F.C., Aizwal, Mizoram
- Mohammedan Sporting Club (Kolkata), Kolkata, West Bengal
- PIFA F.C., Mumbai, Maharashtra
- Quartz S.C., Malabar, Kerala
- Royal Wahingdoh F.C., Shillong, Meghalaya
- Samaleswari S.C., Bhubaneswar, Orissa
- Simla Youngs F.C., New Delhi
- SESA Football Academy, Vasco de Gama, Goa
- Southern Samity, Kolkata, West Bengal
- Techno Aryan F.C., Kolkata, West Bengal
- United Sikkim F.C., Gangtok, Sikkim
- Vasco S.C., Vasco de Gama, Goa
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