Quess East Bengal (@2.0) vs Bhawanipore FC (@2.9)
17-09-2019

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Quess East Bengal will win

Quess East Bengal – Bhawanipore FC Match Prediction | 17-09-2019 05:00

He brought in professionalism and turned the club into a professionally ran company.[5]The club won Federation Cup in 1980 and again in 1985. Wai Wai Cup in Nepal.[5]The club also won Federation Cup (India), IFA Shield, Calcutta Football League, Durand Cup and Rovers Cup, several times during this period. They also became the first Indian club to play in the newly redone Asian Club Championship in 198586.[5] The club then won their first treble in 1990 by winning the IFA Shield, Rovers Cup, and Durand Cup in one season.[5] The club also won the "Stafford Cup" (1986), "McDowell's Cup" (1995, 1997). In 1993, East Bengal FC won its first ever international title i.e. Dipak Das came into the club and revamped it. Then in 1984 Mr.

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It has a long-standing rivalry with its cross-town competitors Mohun Bagan, with whom it competes in the renowned Kolkata Derby, which is the Asia's biggest football rivalry.[1] East Bengal also shares a rivalry with another Kolkata club Mohammedan SC. The club is mainly supported by the immigrant population (known as Bangal), who were forced to leave their home during the partition of 1947.

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Quess East Bengal Football Club (IPA: /Quess/ ist begl ftbl klb) (bn: ) is a professional football Club based in Kolkata, West Bengal, India. It competes in the I-League under licence from the All India Football Federation (AIFF).The club has won three National Football League (later named as I-League) titles, eight Federation Cups, and three Indian Super Cups, alongside other trophies.

In 1924 the club won the Second Division to gain promotion to the IFA First Division after finishing in second place to Cameroons "B".[3] Due to Cameroons "A" being in the First Division already the "B" team could not gain promotion and thus East Bengal were next in line for promotion.[3] However more controversy arose after it was found out that the IFA only allowed two Indian based clubs in the IFA First Division (back then the IFA was British organization) and during the governing body meeting the nine British clubs approved of allowing East Bengal.

Ltd." (QEBFC)[10] In a media release, Quess[11] said this investment in a 98-year-old iconic football club will help it to develop its brand and also contribute to the development of football in the country. On 5 July 2018, Quess Corp Ltd signed an agreement with the East Bengal Club, a premier football club based in Kolkata, leading to the formation of a new entity named "Quess East Bengal FC Pvt.

The club then achieved the double in 1945 by winning both the Calcutta Football League and IFA Shield.[4] The club then went on to win the 1949 Rovers Cup and the Durand Cup in 1951. It took the club till 1942 to win their first IFA First Division title.[4] Then in 1943 the club won their first IFA Shield. Later the club gained more respect by winning 1973 IFA Shield against Pyongyang City SC of North Korea[5]The club then grew their reputation after winning the Calcutta Football League for six straight years from 1970 to 1975.[5]It is on record, that throughout the '70s decade, East Bengal humiliated their arch-rivals Mohun Bagan, many a times, including a massive 50 humiliation of Mohun Bagan in the hands of East Bengal. Within that time the club also won three straight IFA Shields (1949, 1950, 1951).[4] The club then partook in a tour to the Soviet Union and Romania in 1953, where they were heavily defeated by Soviet side by a margin of 131.[4] Again the club won Rovers Cup several times during this era (1962, 1967, 1969, 1972, 1973, 1975) as well as Durand Cup in (1952, 1956, 1960, 1967, 1970, 1972, 1978). The club stunned everyone by winning the 1970 IFA Shield against Pas Club of Iran by 10.

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The Salt Lake Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Kolkata, built in 1984. The stadium is the second largest non-auto racing stadium in the world and the largest in India. It is currently used for mainly football matches.

The club then entered league play in the IFA Second Division.[3] The club finished in third place in the first season in the Second Division.[3] East Bengal first ever clashed against Mohun Bagan on 8 August 1921 in Cooch Behar Cup semi-final match which ended in a goalless draw. After the tournament the club became affiliated with the Indian Football Association. The club then participated in their first tournament in the same month of their formation in the Hercules Cup which was a 7-a-side tournament.[3] East Bengal won the tournament.