Salt Lake Stadium
Salt Lake Stadium also known as Yuva Bharati Krirangan is a multi-purpose stadium in Salt Lake, Kolkata, West Bengal.
The stadium is the second largest non-auto racing stadium in the world and the largest in the Indian sub-continent. It is currently used for football matches and athletics. The stadium was built in 1984 and holds 120,000 people in a three-tier configuration.
The salient features of the stadium are unique synthetic track for athletic meets, electronic scoreboard, main football arena made of Artificial Turf, VIP enclosures, peripheral floodlighting arrangement from the roof-top, air conditioned VIP rest room and Conference Hall along with Medical Room & Doping Control Room. Other features of the stadium are also commentary boxes for Radio and TV along with several platforms for TV cameras, press boxes, air conditioned player's changing rooms.
The Salt Lake Stadium hosts the home games of Kingfisher East Bengal FC in I League and AFC Cup.
The stadium lies on the Eastern Metropolitan Bypass near the Hyatt Regency Hotel, so it is easily accessible by road. A metro station on the East-West Corridor on the Kolkata Metro is currently being constructed.
East Bengal Ground
East Bengal Locker Room
East Bengal Ground is a multi-use stadium in Kolkata, India. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home stadium ofKingfisher East Bengal FC in Calcutta Football League. The stadium holds 23,500 people.
The main football arena is made of natural grass turf, Other features of the stadium are also commentary boxes for Radio and TV, press box, air conditioned player's changing rooms along with an ultra-modern gymnasium.
The stadium lies on the Kolkata Maidan area on the northern side of Fort William and its near to the Eden Gardens, so it is easily accessible by road. The 'Esplanade' metro station on the North-South Corridor on the Kolkata Metro is also nearby.
East Bengal & Calcutta Football League: A Sublime Romantic Saga
The city giants are placed at No. 74 and is a climb of five positions
East Bengal won by 2-1 margin
East Bengal crush arch rivals Mohun Bagan by 4-0 margin to win the CFL title
East Bengal won by 4-3 margin
Kingfisher East Bengal won by 3-1 margin
Kingfisher East Bengal won by 4-1 margin against Police AC
The red and golds won by 2-1 margin in their fifth encounter of CFL
Kingfisher East Bengal defeat Army XI by 3-2 margin
The red & golds won by a convincing 6-0 margin
The match ended in a goalless draw
Kingfisher East Bengal won by a solitary goal