India 1992


Regional Leagues 1992
Calcutta

Cup Tournaments 1992
Santosh Trophy
Bordoloi Cup | Durand Cup | Rovers Cup | Other Tournaments


Calcutta Super Division 1992

Final Table:

 1.Mohun Bagan AC             18  15  3  0  38- 5   48  Champions
 2.Mohammedan Sporting Club   18  11  6  1  20- 6   39
 3.East Bengal Club           18   9  6  3  25-12   28  [-5]
 4.George Telegraph           18   7  7  4  15-11   28
 5.Port Trust                 18   4  8  6  16-17   20
 6.Tollygunje Aggragami       18   4  8  6  13-18   20
 7.Railway F.C.               18   4  6  8  10-20   18
 8.Eastern Railway            18   4  5  9  14-23   17
 9.Aryans Club                18   1 10  7   9-19   13  Relegated
10.Kumartuli                  18   0  3 15   4-33    3  Relegated

Mohun Bagan won the championship for the 22rd time.

NB: East Bengal were deducted five points for using an over-age
    player in three matches. The India FA forced all 10 clubs in
    the division to field two players under 19 years of age in
    every match. 

Promoted: Jugashanti, Behala Youth

Topscorer: Cheema Okeri (East Bengal)              15 goals


Santosh Trophy 1992
 
Quarterfinals
Tamil Nadu              bt     Maharashtra
 
Semifinals
Kerala State            0-0    Bengal            [4-3 pen]
Goa                     4-2    Tamil Nadu
 
Final [Mar 9, Nehru stadium, Coimbatore; ref: Sagar Sun]
Kerala State            3-0    Goa
  [Rajeev 44, Hasheem 67, 88]


38th Bordoloi Cup 1992

Final
East Bengal (Calcutta)	3-0	Border Security Force (Jalandhar)

Durand Cup 1992

[30th Oct - 10th Nov , all games played in Ambedkar Stadium, New Delhi]

Group A
30-10 JCT Mills           4-2 East Bengal
 1-11 East Bengal         1-0 Punjab Police
 1-11 JCT Mills           2-1 Mohammedan Sporting
 4-11 Mohammedan Sporting 0-0 Punjab Police
 6-11 Punjab Police       1-0 JCT Mills
 6-11 Mohammedan Sporting 1-0 East Bengal

Table:
JCT MILLS            3  2  0  1  6- 4   4
MOHAMMEDAN SPORTING  3  1  1  1  2- 2   3
Punjab Police        3  1  1  1  1- 1   3
East Bengal          3  1  0  2  3- 5   2

Group B
30-10 Mohun Bagan         0-0 Kerala Police
31-10 Border SF           3-0 Mahindra & Mahindra
 2-11 Mohun Bagan         2-0 Mahindra & Mahindra
 2-11 Border SF           2-0 Kerala Police
 4-11 Kerala Police       0-1 Mahindra & Mahindra
 5-11 Border SF           1-0 Mohun Bagan

Table:
BORDER SF            3  3  0  0  6- 0  6
MOHUN BAGAN          3  1  1  1  2- 1  3
Mahindra&Mahindra    3  1  0  2  1- 5  2
Kerala Police        3  0  1  2  0- 3  1

Semifinals
 7-11 JCT Mills           2-1 Mohun Bagan
        [Narender Kumar, Kiron Khongsai; Chima Okerie]
 8-11 Border SF           0-0 Mohammedan Sporting   [aet; 3-4 pen]

Final
10-11 JCT Mills           1-0 Mohammedan Sporting
        [Narindar Kumar 49; ref: Sumanta Ghosh; att: 30,000]
        [JCT Mills: Daljit Singh, Parminder Singh, Manjit Singh, Amrik Singh,
           Kuldip Singh, Harjinder Singh, Tajinder Singh, Kuldip Singh 
           (Satish Kumar), Jasbir Singh (Bahadur Singh 48), Kiron Khongsai,
           Narinder Kumar; 
         Mohammedan: Atanu Bhattacharya, Dibasisi Konar, Aloke Saha, Swapan 
           Pal, Prasanta Saha, Tapan Das (Sanjoy Chandra 45), Asfaque Ahmed,
           S.K.Sikander (Haider Ali 66), Abid Hussain, Abdul Khalique, Sanjoy 
           Majihi.]
 

Rovers Cup 1992

[20th Nov - 30th Nov at Cooperage Stadium, Bombay]

Group A
20-11 Border SF           1-0 East Bengal
20-11 Mohammedan Sporting 0-0 Churchill Brothers
22-11 Mohammedan Sporting 2-1 Border SF
22-11 Churchill Brothers  1-0 East Bengal
24-11 East Bengal         1-1 Mohammedan Sporting
24-11 Border SF           2-0 Churchill Brothers

Table:
BORDER SF            3  2  0  1  4- 2  4
MOHAMMEDAN SPORTING  3  1  2  0  3- 2  4
Churchill Brothers   3  1  1  1  1- 2  3
East Bengal          3  0  1  2  1- 3  1

Group B
21-11 Mohun Bagan         4-0 Central Bank
21-11 JCT Mills           1-0 Salgaocar
23-11 Mohun Bagan         0-0 JCT Mills
23-11 Salgaocar           2-0 Central Bank
25-11 Mohun Bagan         0-0 Salgaocar
25-11 JCT Mills           3-0 Central Bank

Table:
JCT MILLS            3  2  1  0  4- 0  5
MOHUN BAGAN          3  1  2  0  4- 0  4
Salgaocar            3  1  1  1  2- 1  3
Central Bank         3  0  0  3  0- 9  0

Semifinals
27-11 JCT Mills           0-0 Mohammedan Sporting   [4-3 pen]
27-11 Mohun Bagan         0-0 Border Security Force [9-8 pen]

Final
30-11 Mohun Bagan         2-0 JCT Mills
        [Kumaresh Bhawal 3, Chima Okerie 67; ref: Mamu Koya (Kerala);
         red card: Manjit Singh (JCT) 43]
        [Mohun Bagan: Hemanta Dora, Mastan Ahmed, Amit Bhadra, Achintya Beiel, 
           Aloke Mukherjee, Satyajit Chatterjee (Debashis Mishra), Bernard 
           Oparanozie, Babu Mani, Kumaresh Bhawal, Chima Okerie, Krishanu Dey 
           (Sukhen Sengupta);
         JCT Mills: Charanjit Singh, Parminder Singh, Manjit Singh, Amrik 
           Singh, Deepek Kumar, Harjinder Singh, Tajinder Singh, Jasbir Singh, 
           Bahadur Singh, Kiron Khongsai, Narinder Kumar.]
 

Other Tournaments

All Airlines Gold Cup 1992

Final
East Bengal [Calcutta]  1-0     Mohun Bagan
  [Kuljit Singh 80]

NB: Mohun Bagan reached the final on the toss of a coin after finishing
    level with Mohammedan Sporting in the qualifying group.
 

Salt Nagjee Amarsee Memorial Trophy (in Kozhikode) 1992
Mohammedan Sporting     2-1    Titanium Sports [Kerala]
 

Bandodkar Gold Cup (in Goa) 1992
Salgaocar               1-0    Marmugoa Port Trust
  [Lawrence Gomes 75pen]  
 


The 48th Delhi Cloth Mills Tournament 1992/93
 
[26th Dec 1992 - 9th Jan 1993, Ambedkar Stadium, New Delhi]
 
Group A
26-12 Royal Nepal Airlines  0-3 East Bengal
28-12 Royal Nepal Airlines  0-0 Mohun Bagan
30-12 East Bengal           2-1 Mohun Bagan
30-12 Royal Nepal Airlines  0-0 Border Security Force
 1- 1 Mohun Bagan           0-1 Border Security Force
 3- 1 Border Security Force 0-0 East Bengal
 
Table:
East Bengal             3  2  1  0  5- 1  5
Border Security Force   3  1  2  0  1- 0  4
Royal Nepal Airlines    3  0  2  1  0- 3  2
Mohun Bagan             3  0  1  2  1- 3  1
 
Group B
27-12 JCT Mills             0-0 Incheon Univ (Korea)
29-12 Mohammedan Sporting   0-2 Incheon Univ (Korea)
31-12 JCT Mills             1-2 P.S.E.B.
 2- 1 JCT Mills             1-2 Mohammedan Sporting
 2- 1 P.S.E.B.              0-1 Incheon Univ (Korea)
 4- 1 Mohammedan Sporting   3-1 P.S.E.B.
 
Table:
Incheon Univ (Korea)    3  2  1  0  3- 0  5
Mohammedan Sporting     3  2  0  1  5- 4  4
P.S.E.B.                3  1  0  2  3- 5  2
JCT Mills               3  0  1  2  2- 4  1
 
Semifinals
 5- 1 Incheon Univ (Korea)  2-1 Border Security Force
 6- 1 East Bengal           2-0 Mohammedan Sporting
 
Final
 9- 1 Incheon Univ (Korea)  1-1 East Bengal             [aet, 4-1 pen]
        [Kim Dae Sik 87; Mustaq Ali 31]
        [att: 23,890; ref: Sumanta Gosh]
Incheon: Choi Eun Sang, Woo Kyung Soo, Kim Dae Sik, Choi Yong Soo, Kwon Soon
         Kwon, Yoo Yong Ki, Bang Hyuk Jun (77 Choi Won Jung), Shim Deok Bo,
         Ahn Sang Woong, Cha Seung Yong, Kim lk Hwan (28 Lee Ki Seok)
East Bengal: Debashish Mukherjee, Krishnendu Roy, Swarup Das, Christopher,
             Anirudha Koley, Mustaq Ali, Tushar Raskhit, Syed Firoz, Sudip
             Chakraborty (9 Sandip Munshi), Kujlit Singh, Uttam Mukherjee
             (46 Chibuzor)


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list of federation cup finals.

list of santosh trophy finals.

list of durand cup finals.

list of ifa shield finals.

list of rovers cup finals.


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