NEROCA FC is an Indian professional football club based in Imphal, Manipur, that competes in the I-League.[3][4] The club made its I-League 2nd Division debut in the 2015–16 season.[5] The club won the 2016–17 I-League 2nd Division and secured promotion to the I-League.[6] NEROCA is the only club from Northeast India to reach the final of the coveted Durand Cup. The club also competes in the Manipur State League.[7][8][9]

NEROCA FC
Official NEROCA FC Logo.png
Full nameNorth Eastern Re-Organising Cultural Association Football Club[1]
Nickname(s)Orange Brigade[2]
Founded1965; 57 years ago (1965)
GroundKhuman Lampak Main Stadium
Capacity35,285
OwnerNorth Eastern Re-Organising Cultural Association (NEROCA)
ChairmanArunkumar Thangjam
Head coachKhogen Singh
LeagueManipur State League
I-League
2021–22I-League, 7th of 13
WebsiteClub website
Current season

HistoryEdit

Formation and early yearsEdit

North Eastern Re-Organising Cultural Association[10] (NEROCA)[11] was established in 1965[12][13] with the hope of improving quality in the field of cultural activities and sports in the Indian state of Manipur. It was registered under the Manipur State co-operative Society Registration Act bearing registration No. 1016 of 1972. NEROCA is a registered football club of Imphal East District Football Association and affiliated with All Manipur Football Association (AMFA).[14] NEROCA has participated in the Manipur State League (MSL),[15][16] since its inception and finished second-placed in the MSL 2007.[17]

2014–presentEdit

In the 9th season of Manipur State League (2014), NEROCA won the championship trophy.[18] With the aim of participating in the I-League 2nd Division from 2015–16. As per the norms of All India Football Federation (AIFF), the nomenclature of NEROCA was changed to NEROCA Football Club.

NEROCA competed in the 2015–16[19] and 2016–17 I-League 2nd Division seasons.[20] They emerged as champions of the 2016–17 season with 26 points in 10 matches from the Final Round. They qualified for the 2017–18 season of the I-League.[21]

The biggest achievement of NEROCA is emerging as the runners-up in the 2017–18 I-League.[22] Under the coaching of Gift Raikhan,[23] they finished campaign with 32 points from 18 matches.[24] In that season, NEROCA brought Vector X as their official shirt sponsor.[25]

In the 2020–21 I-League, NEROCA finished bottom of the Relegation Stage and got formally relegated, but were reinstated by AIFF after viewing the situation of Covid-19 pandemic.[26][27]

On 4 July 2021, NEROCA signed Khogen Singh as their head coach for the 2021–22 I-League season,[28] and began the league journey with a 3–2 win against Sreenidi Deccan on 27 December 2021.[29]

Crest and coloursEdit

In the official club crest, there is map of Manipur in background and an anchor of sailing boat in foreground.[30]

The official colours of NEROCA are orange and green.[31]

Kit manufacturers and shirt sponsorsEdit

Period Kit manufacturer Shirt sponsor
2015—2016 Glory Sports[32] Classic Group of Hotels[33]
2016—2017 Bee Athletic[32]
2017—2018 Vector X[25]
2018—2019 Sqad Gear[32]
2019–2020 Vicky Transform Living 3D[32]
2020–2021 Ambition Sportswear[34] GMT[35]
2021–present Nivia Sports Vintel Infracom Pvt. Ltd.[36]

StadiumEdit

 
Khuman Lampak Stadium on a matchday

Khuman Lampak Main Stadium in Imphal, Manipur, is used as the home ground of NEROCA Football Club for all their home matches in both the domestic and regional leagues.[37][38] Opened in 1999, the stadium is owned by All Manipur Football Association and has a capacity of 35,285 spectators. Their first home match in the I-League was played on 15 December 2017 against Chennai City FC.[39]

Support and rivalryEdit

SupportersEdit

NEROCA had the 2nd highest average attendance for the 2018–19 I League season. In the 2017–18 season, NEROCA had the highest attendance in the I-League.

RivalriesEdit

NEROCA have participated in the Imphal Derby[40] with city rivals TRAU.[41] The two clubs are the only two from Imphal to have played professional league football.[42]

In the Northeast Derby (I-League), they have a rivalry with Mizoram-based club Aizawl FC.[43]

PlayersEdit

First-team squadEdit

As of 3 August 2022

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

No. Pos. Nation Player
1 GK   IND Prateek Kumar Singh
2 DF   IND Thokchom Singh
3 DF   IND Lallenmang Sitlhou
5 DF   IND Md Abdul Salam
6 DF   IND Manjit Sharma
7 FW   ESP Sergio Mendigutxia
9 MF   IND Vicky Meitei
13 GK   IND Shubham Dhas (Captain)
14 MF   IND Hrishikesh Namboothiri
15 MF   IND Khaimin Lhungdim
20 MF   IND Thokchom Singh
22 FW   IND Deepak Ravi Pal
24 FW   IND Madan Saiprasad Ghogale
25 MF   IND Jonychand Singh
26 DF   IND Moirangthem Dhananjoy Singh
27 MF   IND Ayush Kumar Singh
28 MF   IND Nikhil Sharan
No. Pos. Nation Player
34 DF   IND Apeaksh Shajith
35 MF   IND Vishnu Uppalapu Sri
MF   IND Pukhrambam Manisana
FW   IND Inban Udhyanidhi
MF   IND Benjamin Lupheng
FW   IND Lunminlen Haokip
MF   IND Dhruvmil Pandya
DF   IND Waikhom Rohit Meitei
DF   IND Abhisekh Saikia
MF   IND Naorem Tondomba Singh (on loan from Mumbai City)
FW   IND Nonganba Akoijam
DF   IND Aimol Reamsochung
FW   IND Thomyo Shimray
MF   UZB Sardor Jakhonov
MF   KGZ Bektur Talgat
DF   SLE David Simbo
FW   BRA Thiago Santos

On loanEdit

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

No. Pos. Nation Player

PersonnelEdit

Current technical staffEdit

As of 20 July 2022
Role Name Refs.
Head coach   Khogen Singh [44]
Assistant coach   Gyan Moyon [45]
Secretary   Leimapokpam
Goalkeeping coach   Sapam Premkanta Singh
Team manager   Laishram Rajiv Singh
Physio   Kshterimayum Karan Singh
Kit manager   Lairellakpam Shobha Singh

Team recordsEdit

Season Div. Tms. Pos. Average attendance Federation Cup/Super Cup Durand Cup AFC CL AFC Cup
2015–16 I-League 2nd 10 3 DNP DNP DNP DNP
2016–17 I-League 2nd 12 1 8,438 DNP Runners-up DNP DNP
2017–18 I-League 10 2 21,382 Quarter-finals DNP DNP DNP
2018–19 I-League 11 6 19,139 DNP DNP DNP
2019–20 I-League 11 9 13,202 DNP DNP DNP
2020–21 I-League 11 11 DNP DNP DNP
Key
  • Tms. = Number of teams
  • Pos. = Position in league
  • Attendance/G = Average league attendance

Overall recordsEdit

updated on 28 May 2017

Season Domestic Asia
Division P W D L GF GA P W D L GF GA
2015–16 2 18 8 5 5 20 16 Not qualified
2016–17 2 16 12 3 1 28 7 Not qualified
2017–18 1 18 9 5 4 20 13 Not qualified
2018–19 1 20 7 6 7 27 26 -
2019–20 1 20 -

Top scorerEdit

updated on 16 August 2021

Season Player Goals
2015–16   Ejiogu Emmanuel 3
2016–17   Felix Chidi Odili 9
2017–18   Felix Chidi Odili 7
2018–19   Felix Chidi Odili 8
2019–20   Philip Adjah 9
2020–21   Judah García 4

Past and present internationalsEdit

  • The players below had senior international cap(s) for their respective countries. Players whose name is listed, represented their countries before or after playing for NEROCA FC.[46]

IndiaEdit

AsiaEdit

Managerial recordEdit

Information correct after match played on 7 March 2022. Only competitive matches are counted.

Name Nationality From To P W D L GF GA Win%
Gift Raikhan   India 1 July 2015[62] 30 April 2018 44 26 10 8 61 31 059.09

Manuel Retamero

  Spain 7 June 2018[63] 11 March 2019[64] 20 7 5 8 27 26 035.00

Gift Raikhan

  India 4 September 2019[65] 31 May 2021 31 7 6 18 41 57 022.58

Khogen Singh

  India 5 July 2021[66] present 3 2 1 0 5 2 066.67

HonoursEdit

LeagueEdit

CupEdit

See alsoEdit

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