2012 I-League 2nd Division

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The 2012 I-League 2nd Division will be the fifth season of the league. The league serves as the second top tier of Indian Football in which the league is under a format of promotion and relegation between the league and the I-League which is the top tier league of India.

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Stadiums

The 2012 I-League 2nd Division will be played in 4 stadiums. Three of the Stadiums will be used for the Group Stage and one for the Final Stage.

The stadiums that will be used in the group stage are the Barabati Stadium (Orissa), Ambedkar Stadium (New Delhi) and the Satindra Mohan Dev Stadium (Assam).

Team Overview

Teams and Locations

TeamLocation
Ar-Hima Shillong, Meghalaya
Aizawl Aizawl, Mizoram
Bhawanipore Kolkata, West Bengal
Eagles Ernakulam, Kerala
Golden Threads Kochi, Kerala
Green Valley Guwahati, Assam
Guwahati Town Club Guwahati, Assam
Kalighat Kolkata, West Bengal
Kenkre Mumbai, Maharashtra
KGF Academy Bangalore, Karnataka
Langsning Shillong, Meghalaya
Luangmual Aizawl, Mizoram
Mohammedan Kolkata, West Bengal
PIFA Mumbai, Maharashtra
Quartz Calicut, Kerala
Royal Wahingdoh Shillong, Meghalaya
Salameswari Bhubaneswar, Orissa
Simla Youngs New Delhi
SESA Vasco de Gama, Goa
Southern Samity Kolkata, West Bengal
Techno Aryan Kolkata, West Bengal
United Sikkim Gangtok, Sikkim
Vasco Vasco de Gama, Goa

Personnel and sponsoring

TeamManagerTeam captainKit SponsorKit Maker
Ar-Hima Flag of India.svg Subrata BhattacharyyaTBATBA Adidas
AizawlTBATBATBATBA
Bhawanipore Flag of India.svg Debjit GhoshTBATBATBA
Eagles Flag of India.svg Jo Paul Ancheri Flag of India.svg Saji JoyTBATBA
Golden ThreadsTBATBATBA Adidas
Green Valley Flag of India.svg Mridul BanerjeeTBATBATBA
Gauhati Town Club Flag of Brazil.svg Juliano Fontana TBATBATBA
KalighatTBATBATBATBA
Kenkre Flag of India.svg Floyd PintoTBATBATBA
KGF Academy Flag of India.svg Raman Vijayan TBATBATBA
Langsning Flag of India.svg L DarlongTBATBATBA
LuangmaulTBATBATBA Adidas
Mohammedan Flag of India.svg Aloke Mukherjee Flag of Nigeria.svg Stanley OkoroigweEMTA Reebok
PIFA Flag of India.svg Nirvan ShahTBATBATBA
Quartz Flag of Germany.svg Frank BranerTBATBATBA
Royal Wahingdoh Flag of India.svg Carlton Chapman Flag of India.svg Seityasen SinghImperial Blue Uhlsport
SamaleswariTBATBATBATBA
Simla Youngs Flag of India.svg Manoj ChaudharyTBATBATBA
SESA Flag of Nigeria.svg Clifford ChukwumaTBA SESA TBA
Southern Samity Flag of India.svg Shabbir Ali Flag of India.svg Franchis XavierFive Star Samity Nike
Techno Aryan Flag of India.svg Raghu NandiTBATechno India GroupTBA
United Sikkim Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Philippe De Ridder Flag of India.svg Nim LepchaEMTA Nike
Vasco Flag of India.svg Robert FernandesTBATBATBA

Managerial Changes

TeamOutgoing managerManner of departureDate of vacancyPosition in tableIncoming managerDate of appointment
United Sikkim Flag of India.svg Stanley Rozario Sacked3 December 2011 [1] Pre-season Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Philippe De Ridder 3 December 2011
Quartz
New Club
Pre-Season Flag of Germany.svg Frank Braner1 January 2012

Group stage

Group A

Group A will take place at the Barabati Stadium in Orissa.

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
Royal Wahingdoh 7520187+1117Final Round
Kalighat 7511206+1416Final Round
SESA 7421159+614
Techno Aryan 7232138+59
Samaleswari 72231314-18
Kenkre 7214216-147
Gauhati Town Club 72051114-36
Quartz 7016429-251

Group B

Group B will take place at the Ambedkar Stadium in New Delhi.

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
Mohammedan 7610154+1119Final Round
Vasco 7511166+1016Final Round
Langsning 7412108+213
KGF Academy 73041513+29
Simla Youngs 714289-17
Golden Threads 72141218-67
Luangmaul 7124817-95
PIFA 7025514-92

Group C

Group C will take place at the Satindra Mohan Dev Stadium in Assam.

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
United Sikkim 64111811+713Final Round
Aizawl 6411114+713Final Round
Ar-Hima 63211812+611
Green Valley 6150111018
Southern Samity 6123810-25
Bhawanipore 6033811-33
Eagles 6105420-163

Final round

The Final Round of the 2012 I-League 2nd Division will take place between six teams from the group stage in a single table format in which each team plays each other once at home and once away from home. [2]

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification or relegation
1 United Sikkim 126422217+522Promotion to 2012–13 I-League
2 ONGC 12642209+1122
3 Mohammedan 126331511+421
4 Royal Wahingdoh 125161414016
5 Kalighat 124441815+316
6 Vasco 123451823513
7 Aizawl 121291331185
Updated to match(es) played on 27 December 2012. Source: The AIFF
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.

Statistics

Updated: 20 February 2012

Top goalscorers

RankPlayerClubGoals
1 Flag of Nigeria.svg Emmanuel Okoro KGF Academy9
2 Flag of Nigeria.svg Akabougu C. Golden Threads5
3 Flag of India.svg Angelo Colaco Vasco4
4 Flag of Nigeria.svg Daniel Bedemi United Sikkim3
Flag of Nigeria.svg Andrew Jgado Vasco
Flag of Nigeria.svg Salau Nuruddin Green Valley
Flag of Nigeria.svg Olatunde Komolafe Kenkre
Flag of India.svg P. Biswas Kalighat
Flag of Liberia.svg Alfred Jaryan Mohammedan
912 players on 1 goal

Hat-tricks

PlayerForAgainstResultDate
Flag of Nigeria.svg Salau Nuruddin Green ValleyUnited Sikkim 3–3 8 February 2012
Flag of Nigeria.svg Andrew Jgado VascoGolden Threads 5–1 11 February 2012
Flag of India.svg P. Biswas KalighatQuartz9–017 February 2012
Flag of Nigeria.svg Akabougu C. Golden ThreadsLuangmaul4–317 February 2012
Flag of Nigeria.svg Emmanuel Okoro 7KGF AcademyLuangmaul 7–1 19 February 2012

Scoring

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