Hyderabad FC: History, Achievements, and the Legend History Makers

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In Hyderabad, Telangana, there is a professional football team called Hyderabad Football Club. The club plays in the Indian Super League (ISL), the country’s highest football league.

History

Hyderabad FC was established on July 27, 2019, making it the newest football club in India. The club was established when FC Pune City was shut down because of administrative and technical issues. The current ISL 2019–20 season marks the club’s ISL debut. They faced the ATK in their first game, which they lost horribly (0–5). With nil points after two games, they are currently at the bottom of the ISL standings. They also lost their second game against Jamshedpur FC. Hyderabad FC presently plays its home games at the G.M.C. Balyogi Athletic Stadium in Hyderabad. The club updated their logo on September 21. The Charminar, a famous landmark in Hyderabad, is represented in the club’s emblem with its minarets. The Koh-i-Noor diamond, which is thought to have been discovered in Hyderabad’s Kollur Mine, is represented by the texture of the lower part of the logo.

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Club Ownership

Vijay Madduri, a businessman from Hyderabad, and Varun Tripuraneni, who formerly served as the Kerala Blasters’ CEO, are presently the Club’s proprietors.

Stadium

Hyderabad plays its home games at the G.M.C. Balayogi Athletic Stadium, which is situated in the Gachibowli neighborhood of Hyderabad. The multi-use stadium, which was erected in 2002 ahead of the 2003 Afro-Asian Games, is primarily used to hold football matches. The I-League 2nd Division team Fateh Hyderabad used to play their games there, however the club relocated because the “pitch was not in good shape,” according to the club. Hyderabad’s first season began with the stadium being restored and sanitized in advance of the 2019–20 campaign.

Coaching Staff

Head Coach- Phil Brown- Age 60

Assistant Coach- Mehrajuddin Wadoo- Age 35

Goalkeeping Coach- Aidan Davison- Age 51

Hyderabad FC Team

Abhisek Haldar- Forward

Bobo- Forward

Giles Barnes- Forward

Marcelo Pereira- Forward

Robin Singh- Forward

Adil Khan – Midfielder

Deependra Negi- Midfielder

Sahil Tavora-  Midfielder

Gani-  Midfielder

Ralte-  Midfielder

Marko-  Midfielder

Nestor-  Midfielder

Nikhil-  Midfielder

Rohit-  Midfielder

Shankar-  Midfielder

Asish Rai- Defender

Gurtej- Defender

Matthew Kilgallon- Defender

Mohammad Yasir- Defender

Rafael- Defender

Sahil- Defender

Tarif- Defender

Anuj Kumar- Goalkeeper

Kamaljit Singh- Goalkeeper

Laxmikant- Goalkeeper

Achievements

Hyderabad won one time in the Indian Super League in 2022 by beating Kerala Blasters. 

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