Ever since the club has announced that Italian legend Alessandro del Piero will be a part of the club, this has been the most talked-about franchises in the ISL. The man who made over 500 appearances for Juventus and over 90 for Italy was announced as the team’s marquee signing by the club in August. He played for Australian A-League side Sydney FC after leaving Juventus in 2012.

Despite interest from elsewhere, Del Piero chose to join the inaugural Indian Super league as Sydney FC brought Spanish International David Villa as his replacement. Dutchman Harm van Veldhoven is the manager of the club. Like Atlético de Kolkata, they have a link to a big European club – in their case Feyenoord.

Delhi Dynamos Squad:

Goal Keepers:

Jagroop Singh

Kristof Van Hout

Marek Cech


Anwar Ali

Govin Singh

Timothy Lugan

Naoba Singh

Robert Lalthlamuana

Shouvik Ghosh

Stijn Houben

Wim Raymakers


Adeel Khan

Bruna Arias

Francis Fernandes

Gustavo dos Santos

Hans Mudler

Henrique Oliveira Dias

Manish Bharghav

Pavel Elias

Shylo Malswamtluanga

Souvik Chakraborthy

Steven Dias


Mads Junker

Alessandro del Piero

Manandeep Singh

Morten Skoubo

Delhi Dynamos is a club that relies more on its attackers than its defenders. Theie forward line up led by Del Piero has Mads Junker and Morten Skoubo in it with Steven Dias, who is called India’s David Beckham playing behind the forward line. Even though the defence is weak, Dynamos have a huge advantage in their Goalie Van Hout who measures a height of 6 feet 10 inches. He will stand like a rock in front of the goal and the opposition will find it difficult to put the ball beyond the towering goalie.

Delhi Dynamos Schedule:

14 October- Pune City (H)

19 October- Atletico de Kolkata (A)

25 October- Chennaiyin FC (H)

29 October- NE United FC (H)

1 November- FC Goa (A)

5 November- Mumbai City (A)

9 November- Kerala Blasters A)

13 November- FC Goa (H)

16 November- Kerala Blasters (H)

24 November- NE United (A)

28 November- Mumbai City (H)

2 December- Atletico de Kolkata (H)

6 December- Pune City FC (A)

09 December- Chennaiyin FC (A)


Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium will host the home matches for Delhi Dynamos.