|14 May 22||Gokulam|| ||2 - 1|| ||Mohammedan|
|10 May 22||Rajasthan United|| ||0 - 2|| ||Mohammedan|
|06 May 22||Mohammedan|| ||2 - 0|| ||Churchill Brothers|
|30 Apr 22||Mohammedan|| ||2 - 0|| ||NEROCA|
|26 Apr 22||Mohammedan|| ||2 - 2|| ||Minerva Punjab|
Mohammedan Sporting Club is an Indian professional football club based on Kolkata, West Bengal, that competes in the I-League. Founded in 1891, it is one of the oldest and most popular football clubs in India, with a support base all over the country. The club also plays in the premier division of the Calcutta Football League (CFL). In 1934, Mohammedan was the first Indian club to win the CFL and they continued their run until the 1938 season. Before Independence, numerous triumphs against British teams earned the club huge support from all India. Mohammedan Sporting Club became the entity against British oppression and the support continued even after Independence. It also became the first Indian club to win the Durand Cup in 1940. After Independence, it became the first Indian club to win on foreign soil by lifting Aga Khan Gold Cup in 1960.
In the IFA-run Calcutta Football League, The club enjoys rivalries with ATK Mohun Bagan and SC East Bengal and these three Kolkata clubs are tagged the "Big Three".
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