East Bengal FC 2022/2023 Squad, Players, Stadium, Kits, and much more

East Bengal FC is a professional football club based in Kolkata, West Bengal, India. The club was founded in 1920, making it one of the oldest football clubs in Asia and one of the most successful clubs in Indian football history.

The club has a strong and passionate fan base and is one of the most successful and popular football clubs in India. They have won numerous domestic and regional titles, including the I-League and the Calcutta Football League, several times.

East Bengal FC plays their home matches at the Salt Lake Stadium in Kolkata. The team has a good squad and is considered as one of the top teams in Indian football.

In 2021, East Bengal FC joined the Indian Super League and made it to the playoffs in their debut season. The team is led by coach Robbie Fowler and has some notable players like, Anthony Pilkington, Jacques Maghoma, and Harmanjot Khabra.

Here in this article, you will get to know about East Bengal FC 2022/23 Players, Squad, History, Stadium, Nickname, Kits, and more.

East Bengal FC Profile Summary

Full nameEast Bengal Football Club
Nickname(s)Red and Gold Brigade
Laal Holud (লাল হলুদ)
Bangal Brigade
Torch Bearers
Short nameEB
EBFC
FoundedAugust 1, 1920; 102 years ago
StadiumSalt Lake Stadium East Bengal Ground
Capacity85,000
23,500
OwnerEmami East Bengal FC Pvt. Ltd.
PresidentDr. Pronab Dasgupta
Head coachStephen Constantine
LeagueIndian Super League
2021–22Indian Super League, 11th of 11
Playoffs: DNQ

About East Bengal FC

East Bengal Club, commonly known as East Bengal, is an Indian professional multi-sport club based in Kolkata, West Bengal. It is best known for its professional men’s soccer team that competes in the Indian Super League, the top flight of Indian soccer. It is one of the most successful football clubs in the country.

Founded in August 1920, the club was affiliated with the Indian Football Association in 1922 and initially played in the Calcutta Football League Second Division before gaining promotion to the First Division in 1924. East Bengal won its first-ever title. First Division league in 1942 and since then has won it a record 39 times. The club was a founding member of the National Football League, the first national football league in India in 1996, which it has won three times since then.

East Bengal FC 2022/2023 players Squad?

#PlayerAgeContractMarket value
37Tuhin Das
Defence
22May 31, 2024€50k
1Kamaljit Singh
Goalkeeper
27May 31, 2025€125k
13Pawan Kumar
Goalkeeper
32May 31, 2024€50k
32Naveen Kumar 
Goalkeeper
33May 31, 2023€50k
25Suvam Sen
Goalkeeper
33May 31, 2023€25k
4Iván González
Centre-Back
32May 31, 2024€250k
5Lalchungnunga
Centre-Back
22May 31, 2023€175k
17Jerry Lalrinzuala
Left-Back
24May 31, 2023€125k
33Pritam Singh
Left-Back
27May 31, 2024€25k
40Charalampos Kyriakou
Right-Back
33May 31, 2023€250k
16Sarthak Golui
Right-Back
25May 31, 2025€100k
2Mohamad Rakip
Right-Back
22May 31, 2024€75k
19Ankit Mukherjee
Right-Back
26May 31, 2023€75k
23Souvik Chakrabarti
Right-Back
31May 31, 2025€75k
34Nabi Hussain Khan
Right-Back
24May 31, 2025€25k
33Athul Unnikrishnan
Right-Back
22May 31, 2023
8Amarjit Singh
Defensive Midfield
22May 31, 2023€100k
12Wahengbam Angousana Luwang
Defensive Midfield
26May 31, 2024€75k
24Jordan O’Doherty
Central Midfield
25May 31, 2023€375k
14Alex Lima
Central Midfield
34May 31, 2023€325k
15Mobashir Rahman
Left Winger
24May 31, 2025€75k
7Aniket Jadhav
Right Winger
22May 31, 2024€100k
10Cleiton Silva
Centre-Forward
35May 31, 2023€275k
9Eliandro
Centre-Forward
32May 31, 2023€225k
11Suhair VP
Centre-Forward
30May 31, 2025€175k
29Naorem Mahesh Singh
Centre-Forward
23May 31, 2024€175k
26Semboi Haokip
Centre-Forward
29May 31, 2023€100k
18Himanshu Jangra
Centre-Forward
18May 31, 2023€75k
6Sumeet Passi
Centre-Forward
28May 31, 2023€50k

East Bengal FC Home Stadium

The club has used a number of stadiums in Kolkata, Howrah, and Barasat, including Eden Gardens which has been reserved for cricket since the Salt Lake Stadium opened in 1984. The first ground used by the club was Kumartuli Park in North Kolkata.

East Bengal FC Home Stadium

East Bengal FC Kit

The primary and secondary colors of East Bengal are red and yellow respectively. The founders, while searching, found the red and gold jersey hanging in the Whiteaway, Laidlaw & Co. department store in Chowringhee, Kolkata. It attracted them, and they finalized the colors and the shirt. It cost ₹80 in 1920, four times more than the average. These colors were permanently integrated into the club.

East Bengal FC Kit

Kit sponsorship

Shree Cement

East Bengal FC world rankings

MonthPointsRank
December 20191,434490
January 20201,427514
February 20201,422544
March 20201,423538

Conclusion

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Source: FootballArroyo.co.uk

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