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Netapp, Infosys win Indigo Football League 2016

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Netapp, Infosys win Indigo Football League 2016

Indigo 91.9 in partnered with Footieculture to organise Indigo Football League 2016 recently. The monsoon edition of the league saw Netapp and Infosys emerge as champions.

The corporate tournament took place at the Play Arena, Sarjapur Road.

The five-a-side corporate tournament was played between 38 teams across both men and women categories. The best 24 teams moved onto play the qualifiers and there on moved to the finals to fight it out for the cup in three categories – Indigo All Stars, Indigo Champions Cup and Indigo Super Cup.

Netapp matched ITC Infotech and claimed the Indigo All Stars trophy in the men’s category, while the women from Infosys beat Maya for Women to take home the Indigo All Stars Cup. The Infosys men also won the Indigo Champions Cup, while the men from Kingfisher won the Indigo Super Cup.

Teams that took part in the tournament included Infosys, Netapp, ITC Infotech, Kingfisher, Maya for Women, HSBC and Cognizant.


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