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Chennaiyin FC Squad for 2021-22 ISL Season

Chennaiyin FC Squad for 2021-22 ISL Season

Chennaiyin FC is a football club representing Chennai, Tamil Nadu in the Indian super league. The club was established in August 2014. The club played they officially match on 15 October 2014. The club’s primary color is blue ever since its inception and its logo is the dhristi bommai, a representation of chasing away negativity and preserving positivity in the Tamil culture. Chennaiyin Squad was well popularized among teenagers as it consist of many national team players which is nowadays an inspiration for this generation.

Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in Chennai is the home stadium of Chennaiyin FC. vita Dani, Ms. Dhoni, Abhishek Bachan is the owner of two-time Indian Super League champions Chennaiyin Football Club. Head manager and coach of Chennaiyin FC Bozidar Bandovic. Chennaiyan FC has won the Indian super league 2 times in seasons 2015 and 2017.

Chennaiyin FC Squad for 2021-22

Goalkeepers: Debjit Majumder, Devansh Dabas, Samik Mitra, Vishal Kaith

Defenders: Reagan Singh, Salam Ranjan Singh, Edwin Vanspaul, Jerry Lalrinzuala, Naryan Das, Slavko Damjanovic, Deepak Devrani, Davinder Singh, Balaji Ganesan

Midfielders: Ninthoingan Meetei, Lallianzuala Chhangte, Rafael Crivellaro, Anirudh Thapa, Ariel Borysiuk, Germanpreet Singh, Aman Chhetri, Melroy Assisi, Subhadip Majhi

Forwards: Johnson Matthews, Rahim Ali, Mirlan Murzaev, Jobby Justin, Suhail Pasha, Vladimir Koman, Lukasz Gikiewics

Coaching staff

Head coach- Božidar Bandović
Assistant Coach- Bojan Ofenbeher
Assistant Coach-Syed Sabir Pasha
Goalkeeping Coach – Milorad Nikolic

Management staff

Team manager – Arihant Jain
Reserve and academy coach – Santosh Kashyap
Head of Football Operations -Pratham Basu

Medical Staff

Team Doctor-Dr. Ashay Jadhav
Head Physio-Rajiv Kumar Singh
Senior Masseur- Nitin Patel
Junior Masseur- Raju Salave

Chennaiyin FC preseason preparation

Eight weeks were enough to make the players run and still keep them fresh was been said by the head coach of ChennaiyinFC. Coach also stated that they will play about 7-8 matches with other teams after basic training. Chennaiyin FC is a club mixture of youth and experience and also some domestic players who play for the national team.

The preseason training was started on 26 September, About eight weeks of training and matches were scheduled for Chennai in players. Their first friendly fixture kicked off on 21st October against Bengaluru FC where chennayiyin FC won by 3-2. last match of Preseason camp which is against FC goa on 12 of November.

Chennaiyin FC first 3 matches in Indian super league


TUE,23 NOV 7.30 PM


MON,29 NOV 7.30 PM


FRI,3 DEC 7.30 PM

Chennaiyin FC performance in Indian super league 2018-2021


Chennaiyin FC finished in 8th place in the previous season with 20 played matches 3 wins 11 draws 6 loss total point 20. chennayin FC finished in 8th place after finishing the previous season at 4th place it was a great downside in chennaiyin FC performance. the head coach Csaba Laszlo even kept a preseason camp.


Chennaiyin FC finished in 4th place in the previous season with 18 played matches 8 wins 5 draws 5 loss total point 29. It was the sixth season for Chennaiyin FC after winning the Indian super league 2 times in the years 2015 and 2017. The team had a great amount of support but still managed to secure 4th rank in the Indian super league.


Chennaiyin FC finished in 10th place in the previous season with 18 played matches 2 wins 3 draws 13 loss total point 9. After winning the previous season of the Indian super league with a lot of pressure from defending champions Chennaiyin FC they secured 10th place in the Indian super league 2018-2019. It was the fifth season for the team, team dis pointed their fans and made a promise to come back in the next season.

What are the fixtures of Chennaiyin – FC? 

November 23Hyderabad FC vs Chennaiyin -FC19:30Athletic Stadium, Bambolim
November 29NorthEast United vs Chennaiyin -FC19:30PJN Stadium, Fatorda
December 03Chennaiyin -FC vs SC East Bengal19:30Tilak Maidan Stadium
December 11ATK Mohun Bagan vs Chennaiyin -FC19:30PJN Stadium, Fatorda
December 15Mumbai City FC vs Chennaiyin -FC19:30PJN Stadium, Fatorda
December 18 Chennaiyin- FC vs Odisha FC19:30Tilak Maidan Stadium
December 22Chennaiyin -FC vs Kerala Blasters FC19:30Tilak Maidan Stadium
December 30Chennaiyin FC vs Bengaluru -FC19:30Tilak Maidan Stadium
January 2Jamshedpur FC vs Chennaiyin21:30Athletic Stadium, Bambolim
January 8FC Goa vs Chennaiyin -FC21:30Athletic Stadium, Bambolim

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