|Full name||Aizawl Football Club|
|Founded||February 14, 1984|
Rajiv Gandhi Stadium,|
|Owners||Robert Romawia Royte|
|Team Manager||Hmingthana Zadeng|
|Head Coach||Gift Raikhan|
Aizawl Football Club is an Indian football club from Aizawl, Mizoram. Formed in 1984, Aizawl FC earned the entry in India's top-tier league, I-League in 2015–16., after winning 2015 I-League 2nd Division. In 2017, Aizawl FC reached 60,000 Facebook followers. On 30 April 2017, Aizawl FC became the first football club from the Northeast to win the I-League title.
In January 2012 they were officially certified by the All India Football Federation to participate in the I-League 2nd Division, the second tier of football in India. This move would begin a new chapter for Aizawl Football Club as they would officially become professional.
In September 2012 they participated in 2012 Indian Federation Cup Qualifiers. Finally, the team qualified for I League 2nd Division after its second attempt. In 2015, they won 2015 I-League 2nd Division and as a result they'll participate in India's top-tier football tournament I-League in 2015–16 I-League, the first team from Mizoram to do so.
On 20 December 2016, Khalid Jamil was announced as the head coach of the first team for 2016-17 I-League. On 30 April 2017, Aizawl won the 2016–17 I-League and became the first team from North-East India to win the league.
Kit manufacturers and shirt sponsors
|Period||Kit manufacturer||Shirt sponsor|
|2011–2014||Rin Rin Sports, Aizawl||Northeast Consultancy Services, KEI Industries|
- As of 2 March 2018
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
Current technical staff
- As of 28 July 2017
|Team manager||Hmingthana Zadeng|
|Head coach||Gift Raikhan|
|Team Physio||RK Puia|
|Season||Division||Teams||Position||Federation Cup/Super Cup||Durand Cup||AFC Champions League||AFC Cup|
|2012||I-League 2nd Division||23||7||Qualifier||—||—||—|
|2013||I-League 2nd Division||26||Group stage||—||—||—||—|
|2014||I-League 2nd Division||11||Group stage||—||—||—||—|
|2015||I-League 2nd Division||8||1||—||—||—||—|
|2017–18||I-League||10||5||Round of 16||—||Play-off Round||Group Stage|
updated on 9 June 2018
updated on 8 June 2018
|2016–17||Kamo Stephane Bayi||7|
Head Coach's Record
updated on 14 May 2017
|Manuel Retamero Fraile||Spain||17 August 2015||7 February 2016||6||1||1||4||6||6||16.67|
|Jahar Das||India||7 February 2016||8 November 2016||15||5||5||5||22||31||33.33|
|Khalid Jamil||India||20 December 2016||1 August 2017||22||13||5||4||29||18||59.09|
|Paulo Menezes||Portugal||2 August 2017||12 February 2018||14||4||5||5||13||14||28.57|
|Santosh Kashyap||India||13 February 2018||Present||5||2||1||2||9||7||40.00|
- Winners(1): 2016–17
- Winners(1): 2015
- Play-off round (1): 2018
- Group Stage (1): 2018
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