Upcoming Match

The Blues signed off on the League with a 3-0 win over Churchill as Daniel Lalhlimpuia, Udanta Singh and Mandar Rao Dessai found the net. Bengaluru finished on fourth position and will now turn to AFC Cup and Federation Cup duties with a clash against Abahani Dhaka before traveling to Cuttack for the Federation Cup.

August 23, 2017

Upcoming Fixtures

August 23, 2017 | 7:00 PM
Match Info | Sold Out


A stunning Sunil Chhetri freekick handed Bengaluru FC a well deserved win over the Maldivian side as the Blues topped South Zone.

May 31, 2017 | 7:45 PM
Sree Kanteerava Stadium
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  • 30 January

    East Bengal 0 : 1 Bengaluru FC

    12:00 AM
    Salt Lake Stadium
  • 27 January

    Mumbai FC 2 : 0 Bengaluru FC

    7:00 PM
    Cooperage Stadium
  • 24 January

    Bengaluru FC 3 : 0 Shillong Lajong FC

    7:00 PM
    Sree Kanteerava Stadium
  • 16 January

    Aizawl FC 0 : 1 Bengaluru FC

    12:00 AM
    Rajiv Gandhi Stadium
  • 9 January

    Salgaocar 1 : 2 Bengaluru FC

    7:00 PM
    Tilak Maidan
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2.Mohun Bagan18106227121436
3.East Bengal18103533151833
4.Bengaluru FC1886430151530
5.Shillong Lajong FC187562423126
6.Churchill Brothers185582526-120
7.DSK Shivajians184682230-818
8.Chennai City FC184591529-1417
9.Minerva Punjab FC182791733-1613
10.Mumbai FC18279928-1913
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Match Info

North Korea’s April 25 Sports Club are the Blues’ next opponents in the AFC Cup as South Zone champions Bengaluru FC play hosts to the East Zone champions.

August 23, 2017
1.Maziya S&RC43018359
2.Bengaluru FC43015329
3.Mohun Bagan410369-33
4.Dhaka Abahani FC310337-43
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