|Date||R||Hazai v Vendég||-|
|09/22 09:00||-||Southern Samity v Bhawanipore FC||2-3|
|09/21 09:00||-||Railway FC v United SC||0-1|
|09/20 09:00||-||Mohammedan SC v BSS Sporting Club||0-1|
|09/19 09:00||-||Kidderpore SC v Calcutta Customs||0-5|
|09/19 09:00||-||George Telegraph FC v Peerless SC||2-0|
|09/18 09:00||-||Bhawanipore FC v Mohammedan SC||2-0|
|09/16 09:00||-||Techno Aryan v George Telegraph FC||1-1|
|09/16 09:00||-||Tollygunje Agragami v Kidderpore SC||1-0|
|09/16 09:00||-||Peerless SC v Calcutta Customs||View|
|09/15 09:00||-||BSS Sporting Club v United SC||1-3|
|09/14 09:00||-||Bhawanipore FC v Southern Samity||View|
|09/13 09:00||-||Tollygunje Agragami v Peerless SC||2-6|
The Calcutta Football League (CFL) is a men's professional state football league in West Bengal, India, organised by Indian Football Association. Due to sponsorship reasons, the league is officially known as SNU Calcutta Football League, is the top football league in the state and the oldest football league in Asia.
Indian Football Association (IFA) conducts the CFL with more than 160 mostly Kolkata based clubs and units. Started in 1898, this league is the oldest football league in Asia and regarded as one of the oldest football competitions in the world. CFL currently consists of a seven-tier pyramid system and there are more than 8,500 directly registered players of IFA participating in CFL every year, making it one of the biggest leagues in the country.