Everything you need to know about Durand Cup 2023 

In everything you need to know we have listed some important information for you to keep an eye on in about Durand Cup 2023.

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The oldest existing club competition in Asia, the Durand Cup is back with it's 132nd edition and is set to be played between August 3 to September 3. The tournament will be played across Kolkata, Guwahati and Kokrajhar, with the majority of the games being played at the capital of West Bengal. So we've listed some important things like groups, fixtures, venues and streaming information for you to keep an eye on in this "Everything you need to now about Durand Cup 2023" segment.

Also read : Indian Football at the Asian Games: The History

Durand Cup 2023 Tournament structure

24 teams are gonna be participating in the Durand Cup. Six groups of four teams have been created with teams in the  A, B, C groups is structured to play most of their games in Kolkata. Kolkata is going to be the only co-host where multiple games are gonna be played.

Durand Cup 2023 Groups

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Durand Cup 2023 groups. (Photo by Khelnow)

Group A

Mohun Bagan Super Giant

East Bengal FC

Roundglass Punjab

Bangladesh Army Team

Group B

Mohammedan Sporting

Mumbai City FC

Jamshedpur FC

Indian Navy

Group C

Bengaluru FC

Kerala Blasters

Gokulam Kerala

Indian Air Force

Group D

North East United

FC Goa

Shillong Lajong

Downtown Heroes FC

Group E

Delhi FC

Hyderabad FC

Chennaiyan FC

Tribhuvan Army FC

Group F

Bodoland Team

Odisha FC

Rajasthan United

Indian Army

Durand Cup 2023 Venues

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Vivekananda Yuba Bharati Krirangan. (Photo by The Sentinel)

1.Group A, B and C - Vivekananda Yuba Bharati Krirangan, Kolkata 

2.Group D & Group E - Indira Gandhi Athletic Stadium, Guwahati 

3.Group F - SAI STC Kokrajhar, Kokrajhar

Durand Cup 2023 Fixtures

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The Fixtures of Durand Cup 2023 is in the above picture. The final, as stated before too, is gonna take place at Yuba Bharati Krirangan, Kolkata.

Durand Cup 2023 Live Streaming information

The live coverage of all the Durand Cup matches and the Durand Cup final is gonna be steamed on Sports18 (1), Sports18 (1HD), and Sports18 (Khel TV), if you're gonna watch on television. If you're a fan of online streaming, you can also watch it on VOOT and JioTV.

Durand Cup Winner's List Post Independence

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Winner of the 2022 Durand Cup, Bengaluru FC. (Photo by Bengaluru FC)

2022 Bengaluru FC 2-1 Mumbai City FC

2021 Goa 1-0 (AET) Mohammedan

2019 Gokulam Kerala 2-1 Mohun Bagan

2016 Army Green 0-0 (AET) (6-5 penalties) NEROCA

2014 Salgaocar 1-0 Pune

2013 Mohammedan 2-1 ONGC

2012 Air India 0-0 (AET) (3-2 penalties) Dodsal

2011 Churchill Brothers 0-0 (AET) (5-4 penalties) Prayag United

2010 United 1-0 JCT

2009 Churchill Brothers 3-1 (AET) Mohun Bagan

2008 Mahindra United 3-2 (AET) Churchill Brothers

2007 Churchill Brothers 1-0 Mahindra United

2006 Dempo 1-0 JCT

2005 Army XI 0-0 (AET) (5-4 penalties) Sporting Goa

2004 East Bengal 2-1 Mohun Bagan

2003 Salgaocar 1-1 (AET) (4-3 penalties) East Bengal

2002 East Bengal 3-0 Army XI

2001 Mahindra United 5-0 Churchill Brothers

2000 Mohun Bagan 1-1 (golden goal) Mahindra United

1999 Salgaocar 0-0 (AET) (3-2 penalties) East Bengal

1998 Mahindra and Mahindra 2-1 East Bengal

1997 Kochin 3-1 Mohun Bagan

1996 JCT 1-0 Iraq Al-Naft

1995 East Bengal 0-0 (AET) (4-3 penalties) Tata Football Academy

1994 Mohun Bagan 1-0 East Bengal

1993 East Bengal 1-0 Punjab State Electricity Board

1992 JCT 1-0 Mohammedan

1991 East Bengal 1-1 (AET) (5-3 penalties) Border Security Force

1990 East Bengal 3-2 Mahindra and Mahindra

1989 East Bengal 0-0 (AET) (3-1 penalties) Mohun Bagan

1988 Border Security Force 3-2 East Bengal

1987 JCT 1-0 Mohun Bagan

1986 Mohun Bagan 1-0 East Bengal

1985 Mohun Bagan 0-0 (AET) and (3-2 penalties) JCT

1984 Mohun Bagan 1-0 East Bengal

1983 JCT 1-1 (AET) and 2-1 Mohun Bagan

1982 Mohun Bagan and East Bengal 0-0 (AET) -

1981 Border Security Force 1-0 JCT

1980 Mohun Bagan 1-0 Mohammedan

1979 Mohun Bagan 1-0 Punjab Police

1978 East Bengal 3-0 Mohun Bagan

1977 Mohun Bagan 1-1 (AET) and 2-1 JCT

1976 Border Security Force and JCT 1-1 (AET) and 0-0 (AET) -

1975 Border Security Force 1-0 JCT

1974 Mohun Bagan 3-2 JCT

1973 Border Security Force 2-1 Rajasthan Armed Constabulary

1972 East Bengal 0-0 (AET) and 1-0 Mohun Bagan

1971 Border Security Force 0-0 (AET) and 1-0 Leaders Club

1970 East Bengal 2-0 Mohun Bagan

1969 Gorkha Brigade 1-0 Border Security Force

1968 Border Security Force 1-0 East Bengal

1967 East Bengal 1-0 Bengal Nagpur Railway

1966 Gorkha Brigade 2-0 Sikh Regimental Centre

1965 Mohun Bagan 2-0 Punjab Police

1964 Mohun Bagan 2-0 East Bengal

1963 Mohun Bagan 0-0 (AET) and 2-0 Andhra Pradesh Police

1962 Tournament not held, due to Sino-Indian War

1961 Andhra Pradesh Police 1-0 Mohun Bagan

1960 Mohun Bagan and East Bengal 1-1 (AET) and 0-0 (AET) -

1959 Mohun Bagan 1-1 (AET) and 3-1 Mohammedan

1958 Madras Regimental Centre 1-1 (AET) and 2-0 Gorkha Brigade

1957 Hyderabad City Police 2-1 East Bengal

1956 East Bengal 2-0 Hyderabad City Police

1955 Madras Regimental Centre 0-0 (AET), 0-0 (AET) and 3-2 Indian Air Force

1954 Hyderabad City Police 1-1 (AET) and 1-0 Hindustan Aircraft Limited

1953 Mohun Bagan 4-0 National Defence Academy

1952 East Bengal 1-0 Hyderabad City Police

1951 East Bengal 1-1 (AET) and 2-1 Rajasthan Armed Constabulary

1950 Hyderabad City Police 2-2 (AET) and 1-0 (AET) Mohun Bagan.

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