A day earlier, Football Sports Development Limited (FSDL), organisers of the Indian Super League (ISL), stated that teams keen on being part of the league can pick up the tender document from May 12th onward.
The FSDL are inviting bids from 10 cities, which includes the Garden City.
“Yes, we have picked up the bid document,” confirmed Mandar Tamhane, Chief Technical Officer (CTO) of Bengaluru FC, to Goal.
The bidding companies need to meet the criterion mentioned in the ITB document and submit by 25th May. The ISL is a franchise-based competition which came into existence in 2013 and since then has gone on to capture the imagination of the country as it became the third most attended football league in the world.
Bengaluru FC currently ply their trade in the I-League, the country's premier division.