Delhi Dynamos (DDFC) is an Indian professional football club based in Delhi, which competes in the Indian Super League. The club began to play in October 2014 during the inaugural season of the Indian Super League. The team is owned by United States-based ship recycling company GMS Inc.
The team started their campaign in the inaugural Indian Super League season on 14 October 2014 with a 0–0 draw against FC Pune City at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, New Delhi. The Dynamos did not experience the best of starts to their ISL campaign as they lagged behind at the last place till the 9th Round. The team rejuvenated and regrouped to climb out of the situation to finish in 5th place with a five match unbeaten run which included three wins and two draws. Delhi narrowly missed out on qualification for the semi-finals falling short only by a point.
In 2015 Delhi Dynamos qualified for the first time for the semi-finals of the Indian Super League with the least number of games played in 2015.
In 2016 season, the club finished third in the league round with 21 points and lost to the Kerala Blasters FC in the semi-finals.
Brought in March 2016 as club's new majority co-owner, GMS is world's largest cash buyer of ships and offshore assets for recycling. GMS currently holds 100% of the ownership in club which it purchased in three installments of 55%, 25% and 20% from DEN Networks