Salgaocar Football Club is from Vasco, Goa. The club was founded in 1956.
Salgaocar was founded by VM Salgaocar, President of the VM Salgaocar Group of Companies.
Salgaocar became the first Goan side to win the Natinal Football League in 1998-99 and then won the prestigious I-League in the year 2010-11.
Official website is http://www.salgaocarfc.in/
Current Team Squad
Current Technical Staff
|Derrick Pereira||Chief Coach||India|
|Peter Vales||Assistant Coach||India|
|Virender Singh||Goalkeeper coach||India|
Goan FC becomes FC Goa, officially Times of India
Panaji: The executive committee of the Goa Football Association (GFA) has approved a name-change for defending champions Goan FC in the Goa Profession.
Season to savour for FC Goa Times of India
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I-League clubs brace for legal battle Times of India
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Jessel Carneiro captained Goa during the 2018-19 Santosh Trophy held in Punjab where his team finished second.
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Alexander Romario Jesuraj Joins FC Goa, Albert Serran Signs Contract Extension with Bengaluru FC – News18
Alexander Romario Jesuraj signed a three-year deal with FC Goa and will be sent on loan to Mohun Bagan for a year. Meanwhile, Albert Serran got a one-year …
I-League clubs gear up for major fight with AIFF Times of India
Football News: I-League clubs are fast becoming endangered species. So many clubs have fallen by the wayside during the last decade that a closure of an …
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