The Reliance Foundation Development League’s National Championship matches between Sudeva, ATKMB, RFYC and BFC


The Reliance Foundation Developmental League’s (RFDL) National Championship is expected to start on 11 May at the Reliance Corporate Park (RCP).

The National Group Stage, which was held the previous two weeks, saw four teams—Sudeva Delhi FC, ATK Mohun Bagan, Reliance Foundation Young Champs (RFYC), and Bengaluru FC—qualify from their respective groups and advance to the final four.

The aforementioned teams’ recent history, current form, and significant players who can help them win the RFDL Trophy are briefly discussed below.

Sudeva Delhi FC

By defeating teams like Garhwal FC and Muthoot FA, who finished their groups undefeated, Sudeva may have caused a shock. They were relentless from day one, scoring 11 goals while only giving up four.

Ashray Bharadwaj has been a reliable presence at the back, keeping the opponents at bay and containing any potential threats. More importantly, he has been making significant contributions up front. He scored against Garhwal and Muthoot. Thus, and will once more play a crucial role in the team’s chances of winning the National Championship.

ATK Mohun Bagan

ATK Mohun Bagan effectively defeated any resistance they came across. All the praise should go to the Mariners for their thoroughness in winning all three of their group stage games.

They scored nine goals while giving up only one, making it impossible for the opposing teams to have even the slightest opportunity of posing a threat to them. A player to keep an eye on from their team is the talented midfielder Loitongbam Taison Singh. He assists them in establishing and dominating play from the centre of the park by frequently being near the goals.

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Reliance Foundation Young Champ

Since the beginning of the regional qualifying events, RFYC has been on an incredible run. Even though they played formidable opponents like Mumbai City FC and East Bengal, they won all 10 of their games in that round and concluded the group stages with three victories and a draw.

The RFYC’s dynamic forward Chirag Bhujel has been a star performer. He has demonstrated a talent for being in the ideal location at the ideal time to put the ball into the goal. Additionally, he has had an influence both as a starter and even as a substitute. The opposition of RFYC would better have a strategy in place to stop his effective goal-scoring instincts.

Bengaluru FC

In the National Group Stages, Bengaluru FC faced stiff opposition from teams from the Indian Super League (ISL). Including Kerala Blasters and FC Goa. Nevertheless, they never experienced a loss and dominated their way to the National Championship with 10 points in four games.

Bengaluru has done a great job of rotating their roster and has found a different hero to carry them to victory in each game. In their opening matches against LIIFA Trivandrum and Sreenidi Deccan, Huidrom Thoi Singh did not start. He may be a force to be reckoned with for other clubs during the National Championship of the RFDL, though, after his magnificent brace against FC Goa in the third game reminded everyone of his brilliance.

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