I-LEAGUE

Hyderya Sports FC will represent Jammu & Kashmir in I-League 2nd Division

Hyderya, Football Express

Hyderya Sports FC will be representing Jammu and Kashmir in Bengaluru from October 4. They will be playing in the second tier of the I-League.

They could secure their position in the league they will be on the field on matchday one of this season’s matches. The second tier of the I-League works as the I-League qualifiers.

Bracing the field for the first time on the 4th of October they will begin their season facing off against Madan Maharaj FC. Also, the spread of Covid-19 forces the league to be under monitor at every moment.

As a result, the league will take place under a bubble. To decrease the spread of the virus all the matches will take place at Bangalore Football Stadium situated in Bengaluru. The tournament begins on October 4 and ending on October 23.

For the second tier, I-League the All India Football Federation were selecting 10 teams and the Hyderya Sports FC was one of the teams. The ten teams are divided into two groups.

Ryntih SC, Rajasthan United FC, Madan Maharaj FC, Hyderya Sports FC, and FC Bengaluru United are in the Group A of the league. Group B will have Corbett FC, ARA FC, Kenkre Sports, Delhi FC, and Kerala United FC.

Hyderya Sports FC’s rise.

Hyderya Sports FC is the only club from Jammu and Kashmir. They are deep in their preparation for a good outcome in the tournament. They will soon be on their way to Bengaluru.

The club will be leaving for Bangalore on September 24.

Munir Hussain Ghazi the manager says the set-up for the training of local talent is almost complete. Now, they are looking forward to bring in players from other places. He informs that they will have a final training session with a full squad in Srinagar. Then leave for Bangalore on the 24th of September.

He adds that they want the club to have a variety of players to shine in national level tournaments. He adds to his statements about the club appealing to the government to provide a bit of help but all in vain yet.

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