Hyderabad FC Team Players 2019/20: The debutants in ISL 2019/20 will be plying their trade in India’s top-flying league in the next few days.
In this new edition of the Hero Indian Super League, Hyderabad FC will make a debut as the team from Deccan are replacing Pune City, who have been dissolved from the tournament.
Therefore, with a new team coming into the picture, ISL is set to be more uncertain. India’s one of the most successful strikers Robin Singh has joined the team from Pune city FC to add experience.
The team has not taken over Pune City’s franchise and have only replaced it. Yet, the most number of players included were previously in the Maharashtran club.
The club would be managed by Phil Brown, who earlier managed the likes of Hull City, Derby and Preston North. he was with Pune City FC before the club was dissolved.
So, with a new club in the South Indian region, there can be a birth of new rivalry as Bengaluru, Kerala Blasters and Chennaiyin are the most dominant forces in ISL.
Hence, let’s look at the important details of Hyderabad FC before the start of the next season of Hero ISL after the next few days.
Hyderabad FC squad list:
- Goalkeepers: Anuj Kumar, Kamaljit Singh and Laxmikant Kattimani
- Defenders: Asish Rai, Gurtej Singh, Matthew Kilgallon, Mohammed Yasir, Rafael Lopez Gomez, Sahil Panwar and Tarif Akhand
- Midfielders: Adil Khan, Deependra Negi, Sahil Tavora, Gani Ahmed Nigam, Laldanmawia Ralte, Marko Stankovic, Nestor Jesus Benitez, Nikhil Poojary, Rohit Kumar and Shankar Sampingraj
- Forwards: Abhishek Halder, Bobo, Giles Barnes, Marcelo Pereira and Robin Singh
Hyderabad FC fixtures schedule
25 October: ATK Vs Hyderabad – 7:30 PM
29 October: Jamshedpur Vs Hyderabad – 7:30 PM
02 November: Hyderabad Vs Kerala Blasters – 7:30 PM
06 November: Hyderabad Vs NorthEast United – 7:30 PM
25 November: Chennaiyin Vs Hyderabad – 7:30 PM
29 November: Hyderabad Vs Bengaluru – 7:30 PM
08 December: Hyderabad Vs Goa – 7:30 PM
11 December: Odisha Vs Hyderabad – 7:30 PM
21 December: Hyderabad Vs ATK – 7:30 PM
29 December: Mumbai City Vs Hyderabad – 7:30 PM
05 January: Kerala Blasters Vs Hyderabad – 7:30 PM
10 January: Hyderabad Vs Chennaiyin – 7:30 PM
15 January: Hyderabad Vs Odisha – 7:30 PM
24 January: Hyderabad Vs Mumbai City – 7:30 PM
30 January: Bengaluru Vs Hyderabad – 7:30 PM
05 February: Goa Vs Hyderabad – 7:30 PM
12 February: Hyderabad Vs Jamshedpur – 7:30 PM
20 February: NorthEast United Vs Hyderabad – 7:30 PM
Hyderabad FC venue:
As per ISL’s official website, it is yet to be declared.
Hyderabad FC owners
Venkatesh Daggubati, Vijay Madduri and Varun Tripuneni
Hyderabad FC sponsors
Yet to be declared
Hyderabad FC tickets
Not available for sale as of now, but it is reported that Paytm Insider might sell them soon.