Hero Super Cup to kick off from March 15

The final of the Hero Super Cup will be played on April 13.

Bengaluru FC players celebrate their 2018 Hero Super Cup triumph over East Bengal.   -  Biswaranjan Rout

The qualifiers of the second edition of the Hero Super Cup will kick off at the Kalinga Stadium in Bhubaneswar from March 15.

The teams ranked seventh to 10th in the I-League and Indian Super League (ISL) will compete in the qualifiers to progress to the main draw, which will be played among the top 6 teams of two leagues along with the winners of the four qualifier matches.

The format of the main tournament and the qualifiers will remain the same as the previous edition. The final round will be a knock-out and will kick off on March 29. It will be played among the top six teams of the I-League and ISL, along with the winners of the four qualifiers.

The final will be played on April 13.

Qualifiers Schedule

March 15 (5pm): FC Pune City vs Hero I-League 10 (Qualifier 1)

March 15 (8.30pm): Kerala Blasters FC vs Indian Arrows (Qualifier 2)

March 16 (5pm): Delhi Dynamos FC vs Hero I-League 9 (Qualifier 3)

March 16 (8.30pm): Chennaiyin FC vs Aizawl FC (Qualifier 4)

 

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