Pune Football Club

Pune FC

Pune FC

Pune Football Club more famous as Pune FC is a professional football club from Pune, Maharashtra.
Pune Football Club was established in August 2007 at Pune by the Ashok Piramal Group.

In the season 2009–2010 I-League competition, Pune Football Club participated for the first time.

The match between Mumbai Football Club with Pune Football Club is called the ‘Maha’ derby as the rivals belongs from same State of Maharashtra.

Official website is http://punefc.com/

Current Team Squad

Player Name Role Country
Arup Debnath Goalkeeper India
Amrinder Singh Goalkeeper India
Avilash Paul Goalkeeper India
Moniruzzaman Ansari Goalkeeper India
Munmun Lugun Defender India
Nawab Zeeshan Defender India
Salam Ranjan Singh Defender India
Denechandra Meitei Defender India
Jessel Carneiro/a> Defender India
Henry Monsang Defender India
Srikanth Ramu Defender India
Anas Edathodika Defender India
Yumnam Raju Defender India
Zohmingliana Ralte Defender India
Matthew Gonsalves Defender India
Luciano Sabrosa Defender Brazil
Bineesh Balan Midfielder India
Arata Izumi Midfielder India
Edgar Marcelino Midfielder Portugal
Snehasish Chakraborty Midfielder India
Ishfaq Ahmed Midfielder India
Subhasish Bose Midfielder India
Velington Rocha Midfielder India
Dhanpal Ganesh Midfielder India
Nikhil Kadam Midfielder India
Anthony D’Souza Midfielder India
Mumtaz Akhtar Midfielder India
Lalram Luaha Midfielder India
Fanai Lalrempuia Midfielder India
Prakash Thorat Striker India
Thongkhosiem Haokip Striker India
Syed Shoaib Ahmed Striker India
Ryuji Sueoka Striker Japan
Darko Nikač Striker Montenegro

Current Technical Staff

Name Role Country
Mike Snoei Manager Netherlands
Norbert Gonsalves Assistant Manager
Elton Menezes Fitness Trainer

FC Pune City CEO: ‘Nature of foreign players in ISL will change’ – Sportstarlive


Sportstarlive
FC Pune City CEO: 'Nature of foreign players in ISL will change'
Sportstarlive
Will the new ISL be five months long? It has not been … FC Pune City's CEO Gaurav Modwel says foreign players, like Dudu Omagbemi (in picture), would be relocating to India to take part in the ISL, which is expected to be five-months long. – M. VEDHAN.

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Tata Steel’s new ISL 2017 team: All you need to know about them – Sportskeeda


Sportskeeda
Tata Steel's new ISL 2017 team: All you need to know about them
Sportskeeda
Let's see…there's Udanta Singh – the kid with the meteoric rise in Indian footballing scenario, Narayan Das, who had played for Pune FC, Robin Singh, Indian backline sentinels – Mahesh Gawli and Deepak Mondal; then there's Renedy Singh, Subrata Pal, …

FC Pune City colts come of age – Times of India


Times of India
FC Pune City colts come of age
Times of India
Some of the players from the victorious U-19 side will now make the step up to the FC Pune City reserve squad who will ply their trade in I-League II. However, the team will not take part in the I-League if they gain promotion as the rules prevent them
It's just a beginning, we need to do bigger things in future, says FC Pune City goalkeeper AnujHindustan Times

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Former Premier League and Champions League winner in talks over ISL move – Sportskeeda


Pune Mirror
Former Premier League and Champions League winner in talks over ISL move
Sportskeeda
“Only FC Pune City has been in touch with Eidur,” he said. With two more teams set to be added to the 2017-18 ISL, players like Gudjohnsen should've been full of suitors, but the new rules aimed at improving the level of the Indian players mean that
Bengaluru FC, Tata join ISL bandwagonPune Mirror

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Mumbai to host WIFA women’s football tournament from June 23 – Daily News & Analysis

Mumbai to host WIFA women's football tournament from June 23
Daily News & Analysis
Eight teams, two each from Mumbai, Pune, Kolhapur and Nagpur, will be participating in the WIFA Women's Football Championship, being organised here as part of the FIFA-AIFF State Development Project. The tournament will be played at the Cooperage

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Sedition or intolerance? – Pune Mirror


Pune Mirror
Sedition or intolerance?
Pune Mirror
I have friends who get almost violent, give up eating or punch walls in a fit of rage when, thousands of miles away, a football club in England, loses a match. These friends have no connection to England whatsoever. The fact that England colonised

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Inspired by Guardiola, Pune City’s coach Roger Lamesa Grau is aiming higher after IFA Shield win – Scroll.in


Scroll.in
Inspired by Guardiola, Pune City's coach Roger Lamesa Grau is aiming higher after IFA Shield win
Scroll.in
The young Spaniard has high praise for his FC Pune City, which became the first ISL team to win the prestigious IFA Sheild. “These players are 18-19 [years old] and are more like my brothers than my charges,” he said. “[Bagan] are a very good team and

Indian Football: AIFF to reevaluate home-grown player rule – Goal.com


Goal.com
Indian Football: AIFF to reevaluate home-grown player rule
Goal.com
The idea was to discourage clubs and academies from merely recruiting the best talent from across the country but also focus on potential players from the region. The Indian FA has also asked academies to register their new players until June 30 2017.

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Pune City FC owners venture into table tennis – Business Standard

Pune City FC owners venture into table tennis
Business Standard
The Maharashtra franchise of the inaugural Ultimate Table Tennis (UTT) league has been bought by the The Rajesh Wadhawan Group. After engaging football enthusiasts with FC Pune City in the Indian Super League, the group will now run Maharashtra …

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Football fever grips the nation – The Asian Age


The Asian Age
Football fever grips the nation
The Asian Age
Both Mumbai and Pune were represented with four clubs each, while two clubs each from Kolhapur, Nagpur, Nasik and Solapur participated in this tournament. Goans Sports Association and Nashik Football Coaching Centre had made it to the semis before …