Santosh Trophy final round in Bhubaneswar Kerala, Goa to play opening match

Odisha: The 76th National Football Championship for the Santosh Trophy Final eound  will begin on Friday, February 10, 2023 in Bhubaneswar, Odisha.

Three games from Group A will be played on the first day of competition, according to a press statement from the All India Football Federation (AIFF).

At 9 AM, the Capital Football Arena will host the opening game between Goa and the defending champions Kerala. At the 7th Battalion Ground, eight-time champions Punjab square off against Karnataka after Odisha, hosting the event for the first time since May 2012, plays Maharashtra. Both games are scheduled to begin at 3 PM. Six teams will compete in Group B the following day, including straight final round participants Railways and Services. In their opening matches, they compete against Manipur and Meghalaya, respectively. West Bengal, who finished second the previous year, will face Delhi to open their final-round campaign.
Three locations—Capital Football Arena, 7th Battalion Ground, and Kalinga Stadium—will host the games. Depending on the rankings following the penultimate round of games, the last round of group matches may be played simultaneously across the three stadiums. The top two teams from each group advance to the Saudi Arabian semifinal and championship games, which serve as the knockout rounds.

The schedule is as follows: Group A: Kerala, Punjab, Goa, Maharashtra, Karnataka, and Odisha
February 10: Goa vs Kerala, 9 am IST, Capital Football Arena.February 10: Maharashtra Versus Odisha, 3 pm, Capital Football Arena.February 10: Punjab Versus Karnataka, 3 pm, OFA 7th Battalion.February 12: Kerala Versus Karnataka, 9 am, OFA 7th Battalion.February 12: Punjab Versus Maharashtra, 3 pm, OFA 7th Battalion.February 12: Goa Versus Odisha, 3 pm, Kalinga Stadium.February 14: Karnataka Versus Goa, 9 am Capital Football Arena.February 14: Odisha Versus Punjab, 3 pm Capital Football Arena.February 14: Kerala Versus Maharashtra, 7.30 pm, Kalinga Stadium.February 17: Maharashtra Versus Karnataka, 9 am, OFA 7th Battalion.February 17: Punjab Versus Goa, 3 pm, OFA 7th Battalion.February 17: Odisha Versus Kerala, 3 pm, Kalinga Stadium.February 19: Karnataka Versus Odisha, Time & Venue TBD.February 19: Goa Versus Maharashtra, Time & Venue TBD.February 19: Kerala Versus Punjab, Time & Venue TBD. Group B: West Bengal, Meghalaya, Delhi, Manipur, Services, Railways.

February 11: Delhi Versus West Bengal, 9 am , OFA 7th Battalion.February 11: Manipur Versus Railways, 3 pm, OFA 7th Battalion.February 11: Meghalaya Versus Services, 3 pm, Capital Football Arena.February 13: West Bengal Versus Services, 9 am, Capital Football Arena.February 13: Meghalaya Versus Manipur, 3 pm, Capital Football Arena.February 13: Delhi Versus Railways, 3 pm, Kalinga Stadium.February 15: Services Versus Delhi, 9 am, OFA 7th Battalion.February 15: Railways Versus Meghalaya, 3 pm, OFA 7th Battalion.February 15: West Bengal Versus Manipur, 7.30 pm, Kalinga Stadium.February 18: Manipur Versus Services, 9 am, OFA 7th Battalion.February 18: Railways Versus West Bengal, 3 pm, OFA 7th Battalion.February 18: Meghalaya Versus Delhi, 3 pm, Capital Football Arena.February 20: Services Versus Railways, Time & Venue TBD.February 20: Delhi Versus Manipur, Time & Venue TBD.February 20: West Bengal Versus Meghalaya, Time & Venue TBD. 

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