The competition began on October 4, and is set to conclude on October 23.
The I-League Qualifiers 2021, which is currently taking place in Bengaluru, will be broadcast live on the 1Sports TV channel from Tuesday, October 12 onwards.
The tournament that will decide which club gains promotion to the Hero I-League this season, is already being streamed live on the I-League’s Official Facebook page. From October 12 onwards, the matches can also be viewed on the 1Sports Channel.
The I-League Qualifiers 2021 is featuring a total of nine teams, who have been divided into two groups, to be played in a round-robin format. The top two teams from each group will make it to the Final Round, which will also be played in a round-robin format amongst the four teams, to decide who gains promotion to the coveted Hero I-League.
AIFF Leagues CEO Sunando Dhar said, “We thank 1Sports for telecasting the I-League Qualifiers this season. We have already been producing a high-quality broadcast on the Hero I-League’s Facebook page, which, I am sure, the fans will also be able to enjoy on television now.”
A total of 26 matches are being played in the entire tournament, with 20 of them being in the group stage, while six matches will be played in the Final Round.
The teams finishing at the top of the two groups will proceed to the Final Round of the I-League Qualifiers, where they will play against each other once in a round-robin format. The team that finishes top after the end of the 26 matches will earn promotion to the Hero I-League 2021-22 season.
Remaining Group Stage fixtures:
October 12: Delhi FC vs Kerala United, BFS, 3.45 PM
October 13: Ryntih SC vs Madan Maharaj FC (Venue & Time TBD)
October 14: ARA FC vs Kerala United (Venue & Time TBD)
October 14: Kenkre Sports vs Delhi FC (Venue & Time TBD)