Champions Cup 2017: Who are the teams to play against Indian football team?


Internet Desk: The 2017 Champions Cup will be the first edition of the Champions Cup, the annual invitational multi-continental competition organized by the All India Football Federation, the national organizer for football in India. It is scheduled to take place in August 2017 between the India national team and three other countries from either the AFC, CAF, or CONCACAF. The Champions Cup will replace the old invitational tournament held for the Indian national team before, the Nehru Cup.

Afghanistan and Saint Kitts & Nevis to play in 4 nation Champions Cup alongside Indian Football in August. Malaysia could be the 4th nation to compete in the tournament.

East Bengal players like Arnab Mondal and Md Rafique might miss out to play the Calcutta Football League as they are the regular members of the Indian national team.

Meanwhile, Mohun Bagan had decided to renovate their Club Ground to be able to organise our I-League matches of 2017-18 season.

The club had requested Mr. Sunando Dhar, CEO I-League and Mr. Akshay Rohatgi, Manager I-League to inspect the Club ground and suggest the necessary up-gradation as recommended in Stadium Regulations. They have also agreed to visit tomorrow at 3.30 pm at the Mohun Bagan ground.

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