Last updated : Sunday, 18 February 2024

Introduction

The Vhaleague is an amateur football league based in Nagpur, India. It was founded in 1972 and currently has over 50 teams competing in various divisions.

The league is named after the Vidarbha Hockey Association (VHA), which is the governing body for hockey in the region.

Vhaleague action

The Vhaleague is a popular sporting event in Nagpur and attracts a large number of spectators. The league is also a breeding ground for young talent, with many players who have gone on to represent India at the national level.

History

The Vhaleague was founded in 1972 by a group of hockey enthusiasts in Nagpur. The league was originally called the Vidarbha Hockey Association League, but was renamed the Vhaleague in 2000.

Vhaleague match

The league has grown steadily over the years and currently has over 50 teams competing in various divisions. The top division is called the Premier Division, followed by the First Division, Second Division, and Third Division.

The Vhaleague is a popular sporting event in Nagpur and attracts a large number of spectators. The league is also a breeding ground for young talent, with many players who have gone on to represent India at the national level.

Current Season

Vhaleague teams

The current season of the Vhaleague is underway and is scheduled to end in March 2024. The top teams in each division will qualify for the playoffs, which will be held in April 2024.

The defending champions in the Premier Division are Orange Club, who defeated Chhota Nagpur in the final last season.

Sources

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