|印度德里超级联赛||12/03 09:00||-||Sudeva德里FC v 德里FC 特选队||-||查看|
|印度德里超级联赛||12/01 09:00||-||Royal Rangers FC v Sudeva德里FC||L||2-0|
|印度德里超级联赛||11/28 09:00||-||Sudeva德里FC v Vatika FC||L||2-3|
|印度德里超级联赛||11/25 09:00||-||Friends United v Sudeva德里FC||L||2-0|
|印度德里超级联赛||11/21 05:30||-||Sudeva德里FC v Tarun Sangha FC||W||7-1|
|印度德里超级联赛||11/18 09:00||-||Sudeva德里FC v 流浪者SC||W||4-0|
|印度甲级联赛||03/11 08:30||22|| 莫哈末丹 v 苏德瓦FC ||L||5-2|
|印度甲级联赛||03/06 09:30||21|| 苏德瓦FC v Gokulam FC ||L||1-4|
|印度甲级联赛||03/01 08:30||20|| Sudeva德里FC v 尼罗卡FC ||D||3-3|
|印度甲级联赛||02/26 11:00||19|| 旁遮普FC v Sudeva德里FC ||L||8-0|
|印度甲级联赛||02/22 08:30||13|| 苏德瓦FC v Trau FC ||W||4-1|
|印度甲级联赛||02/19 09:30||18|| Sreenidi Deccan v Sudeva德里FC ||L||3-1|
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Sudeva Delhi Football Club is an Indian professional football club based in Delhi. The club will be competing in I-League 2, the third tier of Indian football league system, after getting relegated from the second tier I-League in 2022–23.
Founded as Sudeva Moonlight FC in 2014, and affiliated with Football Delhi (FD). They joined I-League in 2020–21 season and became the first club from the capital city to do so. Paul Williams, local English publican, has brought a 20% stake in the club.
Sudeva is an organization which was started in 2014 by two young entrepreneurs, Anuj Gupta, a solicitor in England and Vijay Hakari, an environmentalist, sharing a common passion for raising the standards of football training in the country. The organization runs grassroots programs for potential talent, starting from the age of 9, right up to the senior level.
In 2016, Sudeva acquired Moonlight FC, a Delhi-based club playing in the DSA Senior Division (now known as Football Delhi Senior Division League), and having won the league twice in 1985 and 1990. The club had submitted its bid in 2016 to center into the I-League, but it eventually failed through. Sudeva Moonlight debuted in I-League 2nd Division during the 2016–17 season, and appointed Carlton Chapman as head coach. In 2018, Sudeva acquired Sudeva Olimpic Residential Academy, a club that currently competes in the Spanish Tercera Division, and became the first club in the history of Indian football to acquire a European club.
In 2018, they participated in J&K Invitational Cup in Srinagar.
In June 2020, All India Football Federation (AIFF) invited bids for a new team to join the I-League. Sudeva was one of three football clubs that submitted the bid documents and on August 12, 2020, AIFF announced that Sudeva would take part in the 2020–21 I-League season, after winning the bid for direct entry.
Sudeva Delhi was launched by Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on November 27, 2020. Ahead of the 2020–21 I-League season, Sudeva Delhi appointed Chencho Dorji as their head coach. Dorji is the first Bhutanese coach at the helm of any club in the history of the I-League.
It is a great honour to be part of the I-League. I really thank the president and the vice-president for believing in me and deciding to give the huge responsibility. lf you do well, you will survive and I am very excited about this challenge. As with every head coach, I also want to win. l want to win all the matches, but that does not happen in football.— Chencho Dorji, being the head coach of Sudeva Delhi.
The first club from the national capital to play in the I-League, Sudeva Delhi FC have opted for an all-Indian squad in their first season and the concept was supported by coach Dorji: "The message was always clear that we will go with an all-Indian squad". The club began their very first top flight competitive season on 9 January with a match against Mohammedan Sporting, which ended as their 1–0 loss. After struggling in lots of matches, they managed to win against teams like Chennai City, NEROCA and Indian Arrows. They managed to get 18 points from 14 games, which includes five wins, six losses and there draws and finished in eighth position of the league table.
Sudeva began their 2021–22 season with 2021 Durand Cup in Kolkata, and bowed out of the tournament from group stages. In 2021–22 I-League, after moving to relegation stage, the club ended their campaign in eleventh position. In January 2022, Sudeva Delhi entered into a strategic partnership under the name of "Bellmare Asia Football Alliance", with Japanese J1 League club Shonan Bellmare. After Dorji's departure, the club was managed by Mehrajuddin Wadoo till September 2022. In September 2022, the club roped in Japanese manager Atsushi Nakamura as new head coach, who was replaced in the mid-season by Sankarlal Chakraborty. The club struggled a lot in 2022–23 season, and relegated from I-League, alongside Kenkre. Until August, Chakraborty managed Sudeva.