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East Bengal
Salt Lake Stadium - Yuva Bharati Krirangan, Kolkata.jpg
Salt Lake Stadium in Kolkata, which East Bengal uses for most matches
Full nameKingfisher Bengal Football Club
Founded1920
GroundSalt Lake Stadium
Capacity120,000
OwnerUB Group
ChairmanDr Pranab Dasgupta
ManagerTrevor Morgan
LeagueI-League
2010–11I-League, 2nd
WebsiteClub website
Current season

Sporting Club East Bengal are an Indian professional football club based at Kolkata.[1]

East Bengal is one of the teams which compete in the I-League.

History[change | change source]

East Bengal Football Club was established in 1920.[1]

In 1998, the name of the club was changed from East Bengal Football Club to Kingfisher East Bengal Football Club.[2]

In July 2003, East Bengal won the ASEAN Club Championship at Jakarta.[3]

Players[change | change source]

First-team squad[change | change source]

As of 24th July 2013[4]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
1 GK India India Abhijit Mondal
2 DF India India Raju Gaikwad
3 DF India India Arnab Mondal
4 DF Nigeria Nigeria Uga Okpara
5 DF India India Sunil Thakur
6 FW India India Baljit Sahni
7 MF India India Harmanjot Khabra
8 DF India India Naoba Singh
9 MF India India Alvito D'Cunha
10 FW Nigeria Nigeria Chidi Edeh
11 FW South Sudan South Sudan James Moga
12 MF India India Reisangmei Vashum
13 GK India India Abhra Mondal
14 MF India India Mehtab Hossain (captain)
15 MF India India Sanju Pradhan
16 DF India India Gurwinder Singh
No. Pos. Nation Player
17 MF Japan Japan Ryuji Sueoka
18 MF India India Abhishek Das
19 FW India India Nilendra Dewan
20 FW India India Seminlen Doungel
21 MF India India Lalrindika Ralte
22 DF India India Safar Sardar
23 FW India India Joaquim Abranches
24 FW India India Cavin Lobo
25 DF India India Robert Lalthalma
29 DF India India Saumik Dey
30 GK India India Gurpreet Singh Sandhu
31 GK India India Jayanta Pal
32 GK India India Priyant Singh
33 MF India India Saikat Saha Roy
34 MF India India Subodh Kumar
35 MF India India Ishfaq Ahmed
MF India India Dipankar Roy

Notable past players[change | change source]

Related pages[change | change source]

References[change | change source]

  1. 1.0 1.1 Soccerway.com, East Bengal FC; retrieved 2012-7-9.
  2. AsianFootballFeast.com, East Bengal Archived 2012-06-30 at the Wayback Machine; retrieved 2012-7-10.
  3. Rediff.com, "East Bengal lift ASEAN Cup," July 26, 2003; retrieved 2012-7-10.
  4. "Senior Team". East Bengal F.C. Archived from the original on 19 August 2012. Retrieved 10 August 2012.
  5. East Bengal the Real Power (EBRP), Byomkesh Bose[permanent dead link]; retrieved 2012-7-9.
  6. NationalFootballTeams.com, "Baichung Bhutia"; retrieved 2012-7-19.
  7. EBRP, Paritosh Chakravarty[permanent dead link]; retrieved 2012-7-9.
  8. EBRP, Surja Chakravarty[permanent dead link]; retrieved 2012-7-9.
  9. EBRP, Mona Dutta[permanent dead link]; retrieved 2012-7-9.
  10. EBRP, Sunil Ghosh[permanent dead link]; retrieved 2012-7-9.
  11. EBRP, Ahmed Khan[permanent dead link]; retrieved 2012-7-9.
  12. EBRP, Majid[permanent dead link]; retrieved 2012-7-9.
  13. EBRP, Lakshmi Narayan[permanent dead link]; retrieved 2012-7-9.
  14. EBRP, J. Sarkar[permanent dead link]; retrieved 2012-7-9.
  15. EBRP, Dulal Thakurta[permanent dead link]; retrieved 2012-7-9.

Other websites[change | change source]