Check out the Islanders' fixtures in the 2021-22 Hero ISL below!
The much-awaited fixtures of the 2021-22 Hero Indian Super League are finally here!
Off the back of a hugely successful 2020-21 season, Mumbai City will begin their Hero ISL title-defense vs FC Goa on November 22, 2021 at the PJN Stadium in Fatorda in what will be yet another league campaign played behind closed doors amidst COVID-19 restrictions in Goa.
Owing to the Islanders’ League Shield win and first-placed finish in the 20-21 standings, Mumbai City will play their designated home games at the Fatorda for the 21-22 campaign. A first in the ISL, the league will now feature double headers with a late kick off at 9.30pm, and the Islanders will feature in one when they take on Hyderabad FC on November 27, 2021 at the Fatorda.
The first away game of the campaign will see the Islanders square off against last season’s runners-up ATK Mohun Bagan on December 1, 2021. Mumbai City will cap off 2021 when they take on NorthEast United on December 27, 2021.
Mumbai City will kick off 2022 with two fixtures in January announced so far against Odisha FC (Jan 3, 2022) and SC East Bengal (Jan 7, 2022).
Mumbai City’s 2021-22 Hero ISL Fixtures*:
Mon, Nov 22: MCFC vs FC Goa (7.30pm, PJN Stadium, Fatorda)
Sat, Nov 27: MCFC vs Hyderabad FC (9.30pm, PJN Stadium, Fatorda)
Wed, Dec 01: ATK Mohun Bagan vs MCFC (7.30pm, PJN Stadium, Fatorda)
Sat, Dec 04: Bengaluru FC vs MCFC (9.30pm, Athletic Stadium, Bambolim)
Thu, Dec 09: MCFC vs Jamshedpur FC (7.30pm, PJN Stadium, Fatorda)
Wed, Dec 15: MCFC vs Chennaiyin FC (7.30pm, PJN Stadium, Fatorda)
Sun, Dec 19: MCFC vs Kerala Blasters FC (7.30pm, PJN Stadium, Fatorda)
Mon, Dec 27: NorthEast United vs MCFC (7.30pm, PJN Stadium, Fatorda)
Mon, Jan 03: Odisha FC vs MCFC (7.30pm, Tilak Maidan Stadium)
Fri, Jan 07: SC East Bengal vs MCFC (7.30pm, Tilak Maidan Stadium)
*Note: Fixtures for the first 11 rounds have been released at the moment and further fixtures will be announced by the Hero ISL on a future date. All fixture dates and timings are subject to change.