Royal Wahingdoh Football Club (Royal Wahingdoh FC)

Royal Wahingdoh Football Club or Royal Wahingdoh FC was founded in 1946 at Shillong, Meghalaya. They won the 2nd division league last year and qualified to play for the 2014-15 season of the I-League for the first time.

Current Team Squad

Player Name Role Country
Nikhil Bernard Goalkeeper India
Prem Kumar Singh Goalkeeper India
Bishorjit Singh Goalkeeper India
Marlanki Suting Defender India
Wailadmi Passah Defender India
Ningthoujam Samananda Defender India
C Lallawmzuala Defender India
Reagan Singh Defender India
Lalchhawnkima Defender India
Ngouba Singh Defender India
Ashok Singh Defender India
Lalhmangaihsanga Defender India
Loveday Enyinnaya Defender Nigeria
Malsawmtluanga Midfielder India
Milancy Khongstia Midfielder India
Bekay Bewar Midfielder Liberia
Densill Theobald Midfielder Trinidad and Tobago
Laldinmawia Midfielder India
Nabachandra Singh Midfielder India
Tenzing Dhondup Midfielder India
Zosangkima Midfielder India
Bickyson Kharkongor Striker India
Kim Seng-yong Striker Japan
Nagen Tamang Striker India
Satiyasen Singh Striker India
Jackichand Singh Striker India

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ISL 2018: Chennaiyin FC sign goalkeeping duo Sanjiban Ghosh and Nikhil Bernard – Sportskeeda


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ISL 2018: Chennaiyin FC sign goalkeeping duo Sanjiban Ghosh and Nikhil Bernard
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Bengaluru-born Nikhil started his career with local club HAL, for whom he played in both the National Football League and I-League. He then had a spell at Shillong's Royal Wahingdoh and was instrumental in their third place finish in the 2014-15 I-League.
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8 best matches of India’s I-League with most thrilling finish – The Indian Wire


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8 best matches of India's I-League with most thrilling finish
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While Royal Wahingdoh had it all – a fan base, merchandise sales (have you ever purchased an Indian football club's jersey?) and an almost always full stadium, they just could not face the prospect of competing with the glamour and the attention paid

Shillong Lajong: Bobby Nongbet inclined to work with U-18 team – Sporting News


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Shillong Lajong: Bobby Nongbet inclined to work with U-18 team
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We set small targets and took each game on their individual merit without thinking of the bigger picture," stated the former youth coach of Royal Wahingdoh. "The first match against Aizawl FC was the turning point for us. Aizawl U-18 is a superb team

Some of the biggest bans in Indian football – Goal.com


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Some of the biggest bans in Indian football
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The 32-year-old was subjected to a random dope test by NADA which was conducted on February 23, 2015, after Mumbai FC's game against Royal Wahingdoh at the Cooperage stadium. The result, which was made public on April 16th, highlighted that …

ISL 2018-19: Chennaiyin FC sign two goalies; Sanjiban Ghosh and Nikhil Bernard – The Fan Garage (press release) (blog)


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ISL 2018-19: Chennaiyin FC sign two goalies; Sanjiban Ghosh and Nikhil Bernard
The Fan Garage (press release) (blog)
Bengaluru-born Nikhil started his career with local club HAL, for whom he played in both the National Football League and I-League. He then had a spell at Shillong's Royal Wahingdoh and was instrumental in their third place finish in the 2014-15 I-League.

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Chhetri video raises important question: Why don’t Indian football fans go to stadiums anymore? – Scroll.in


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Chhetri video raises important question: Why don't Indian football fans go to stadiums anymore?
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When Royal Wahingdoh played Shillong Lajong in their last match of the I-League, the Shillong derby attracted almost 27,000 spectators in 2014. If you thought the derby was an exception, it wasn't. Lajong, on their entry to the I-League, attracted

Former I-League side Royal Wahingdoh to go back to being a community run club – Scroll.in


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Former I-League side Royal Wahingdoh to go back to being a community run club
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Royal Wahingdoh, who came third in their first and only I-League campaign in 2014-'15 will go back to being Wahingdoh FC, a club run by the members of the eponymous community based out of Shillong. The club which had a 10-year contract signed with …

Royal Wahingdoh, the one-season wonders who didn’t have a second chance – ESPN


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Royal Wahingdoh, the one-season wonders who didn't have a second chance
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Lajong are known nationwide and will, regardless of Sunday's result, record their best finish in the I-League. The answer is actually another Shillong club: Royal Wahingdoh, who finished third behind Mohun Bagan and Bengaluru FC in their debut I-League …

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Women’s I-League: Royal Wahingdoh FC destroyed 9-0 by Bodyline FC – Scroll.in


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Women's I-League: Royal Wahingdoh FC destroyed 9-0 by Bodyline FC
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In Wednesday morning's encounter of the Women's I-League preliminary round, Royal Wahingdoh FC were demolished 9-0 by Bodyline FC at Cuttack on Tuesday. Anju Tamang scored four goals inside the first half to make 5-0 with Karen Paisley chipping in …

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ISL 2017/18: Reagan Singh in close talks with NorthEast United FC over contract extension – Sportskeeda


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ISL 2017/18: Reagan Singh in close talks with NorthEast United FC over contract extension
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Reagan Singh started his senior career at Meghalayan club Royal Wahingdoh FC and played three seasons for them. He was a part of their I-League 2nd Division side that earned the promotion to the I-League where he impressed as Royal Wahingdoh …