Federation Cup to kick off on April 30

The top eight teams as per the of I-League standings (after completion of the final round) will be playing in the knock-out format on a home and away basis including semifinals with the final being slated to be played at a neutral venue.

The top eight teams as per the of I-League standings will be playing in a knock-out format.   -  K. Murali Kumar

The Federation Cup will kick off on April 30, 2016 with eight top teams from the I-League being eligible to play in it.

The top eight teams as per the of I-League standings (after completion of the final round) will be playing in the knock-out format on a home and away basis including semifinals with the final being slated to be played at a neutral venue.

As per the regulations of the tournament, the lower ranked teams are to play their home match first.

Round one is scheduled to be played on April 30 and May 1, while Round 2 will be played on March 3 and 4.

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