east bengal fc Press Releases
Durand Cup 2023: East Bengal FC beat NorthEast United FC on penalties to reach final
NorthEast United FC’s Durand Cup 2023 campaign ended in the semi-final after losing to East Bengal FC on penalties at the Vivekananda Yuba Bharati Krirangan in Kolkata on Tuesday.
Rafael Crivellaro returns to Chennaiyin FC, East Bengal FC make double foreign signings
Chennaiyin FC have signed Brazilian attacking midfielder Rafael Crivellaro as their third foreign signing ahead of the 2023-24 season.
Chennaiyin FC sign Scottish striker Connor Shields; Provat Lakra makes Jamshedpur FC switch
Hero Indian Super League (ISL) side Chennaiyin FC announced their second foreign player of the season on Wednesday after onboarding Scottish centre-forward Connor Shields ahead of the 2023-24 season.
French playmaker Jeremy Manzorro joins Jamshedpur FC; East Bengal FC recruit young talents
Hero Indian Super League (ISL) outfit Jamshedpur FC have have further strengthened their side after making the signing of French midfielder Jeremy Manzorro on a one-year contract.
Mumbai City FC bolster defence by signing Mishra; East Bengal FC rope in experienced trio
Hero Indian Super League (ISL) side Mumbai City FC, on Monday, confirmed that the club has reached an agreement with Hyderabad FC for the transfer of Akash Mishra for an undisclosed fee. The talented young left-back joins the defending Hero ISL League Shield Winners on a five year contract until May 2028.
FC Goa sign Udanta; Nishu joins East Bengal FC on loan; Bengaluru FC rope in Narzary
FC Goa have completed the signing of Indian international winger Udanta Singh on a multi-year deal, the club announced on Wednesday. A proven performer in the Hero Indian Super League (ISL), Udanta’s arrival will bolster the Gaurs who also acquired the signature of fellow Indian national team star Rowllin Borges.
Defender Mehtab Singh extends Mumbai City FC stay; Borja Herrera joins East Bengal FC
Hero Indian Super League (ISL) Mumbai City FC on Monday announced that defender Mehtab Singh has put pen to paper on a three-year contract extension, keeping him with the Islanders until May 2026 while East Bengal FC signed midfielder Borja Herrera on a one-year deal.
East Bengal FC appoint Dimas Delgado as new assistant coach; Bengaluru FC trio depart
East Bengal FC on Wednesday announced the appointment of former Hero Indian Super League (ISL) winner Dimas Delgado as Carles Cuadrat's assistant manager on a two-year deal. The 40-year-old will assist the newly-appointed head coach, Cuadrat, under whom he previously played for Bengaluru FC.
Bino George pens contract extension as Indian assistant coach of East Bengal FC
Hero Indian Super League (ISL) outfit East Bengal FC's Indian assistant head coach, Bino George, has signed a three-year contract extension that will keep him at the club till the end of the 2026 season, the club announced the extension through their social media handles on Thursday.
East Bengal FC appoint Carles Cuadrat as new head coach on two-year deal
Hero Indian Super League (ISL) side East Bengal FC have appointed former Bengaluru FC and Hero ISL title-winning head coach Carles Cuadrat on a two-year contract, the club announced on Tuesday.
eISL Season 2 to kick-off on February 28th; final to be held in Delhi on May 6th and 7th
The second season of eISL is set to start from February 28 2023 with six fixtures scheduled in the inaugural week of the tournament. The league phase for the upcoming season will be played online, only the eISL playoffs the format which mirrors the Hero ISL playoffs format will be a LAN event in Delhi scheduled for 6th & 7th of May 2023.
I want to help East Bengal win as many games as possible - Jake Jervis
Ahead of the game, EBFC’s latest foreign recruit Jake Jervis, who made his Hero ISL debut against Kerala Blasters, spoke about his decision to join East Bengal, the club’s large fanbase, the ISL’s growing popularity, his partnership with Cleiton Silva, the Kolkata derby, and more.
Hero Indian Super League colours add local flavour at the FIFA World Cup 2022
The FIFA World Cup has been widely followed in India and the passion of football enthusiasts has even led them to travel to the host nation and witness live action at the stadiums. But, what has been intriguing, is the flavour of the ongoing Hero Indian Super League across the FIFA World Cup in the form of Indian football fans. The passionate loyalists have headed to the FIFA World Cup donning the colours of their respective Hero ISL teams. The fans were spotted in Qatar wearing club jerseys and scarves, and holding up flags and banners bearing crests or names of their respective Hero ISL teams.