Tollygunge Agragami F.C.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  (Redirected from Tollygunge Agragami)
Jump to: navigation, search
Tollygunge Agragami FC
Official Crest
Full name Tollygunge Agragami FC
Founded 1943
Ground Rabindra Sarobar Stadium
Chairman Safwaan Zamakda
Manager Swarup Das
League Sahara CFL

Tollygunge Agragami is a football club based in Kolkata, West Bengal. They play in the Sahara Kolkata Premier League and have also played in I-League. This year they will be competing in the Sahara Kolkata Premier League alongside Kolkata giants Mohun Bagan, East Bengal, Mohammedan Sporting and Prayag United.

The team was founded in 1943 as Russa Agragami Samity, then later renamed to Tollygunge Agragami in 1955. Their home ground is the Rabindra Sarobar Stadium, which has a capacity of 17,000. Although the team has not been as successful as their city rivals, East Bengal Club and Mohun Bagan, they are a team to watch out for.

Current squad[edit]

First-team squad[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 India GK Kaushik Majumder
2 India Reisangmi Vashum
3 India Karan Atwal
4 India Sujoy Mondal
5 India Sheikh Nasibul Haque
6 India Shanku Guha
7 India Rana Gomes
8 India Subhankar Roy
9 Liberia Alfred Jaryan
9 Nigeria Joel Sunday
10 Nigeria Kareem Omolaja
11 India Santosh Oraon
12 India Bijoy Mandi
13 India Gour Naskar
14 India Prasenjit Das
15 India Kunzang Bhutia
16 India Rakesh Pradhan
17 India Raja Das
No. Position Player
18 India Koushik Ghosh
19 India Kunal Ghosh
20 India Jhantu Mondal
21 India Tanmoy Das
22 India Joy Banerjee
23 India Surabuddin Mallick
24 India Phool chand Hembram
25 India Jasbinder Singh
26 India Parveen Kumar
27 India Mohd. Alamgir
35 India Somnath Mandal (captain)
29 India Biju Mondal
30 India Sougata Majumdar
31 India Abhishek Aich
34 India Arup Das

Team management[edit]

Position Name
Manager Ranjan Choudhury
Physio Dr. Arun Kumar Chakraborthy

Honours[edit]

Domestic[edit]

Runners-up (2): 1971, 1999

References[edit]