North Imphal Sporting Association

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Full nameNorth Imphal Sporting Association
GroundThangmeiband Athletic Union Ground (THAU Ground)
CoachShyam (Chief Coach), Laxmichand (Assistant Coach)
LeagueManipur State League

North Imphal Sporting Association, commonly known as NISA Manipur, is a football club based at Thangmeiband in Manipur, India. NISA is the champion in the Manipur State League which is a project under the Vision Asia Program by the AFC.

NISA won the Manipur state League three times since its inauguration in 2006.[1] After winning the state league in the 2009–10 season, they qualified for the 2nd Division of the Indian I-League. In the 2010, NISA started by winning four of five matches and secured a berth to the I-league qualification playoffs. However, they failed to qualify for the I-League 1st Division.

2011 Season[edit]

The team again participated in the I-league 2nd division of the 2011 season. They were in group A with United Sikkim FC, Gauhati Town Club, Southern Samity, Langsing SC, Simla Youngs, and Golden Threads.

"North Imphal Sporting Association" opened the 2011 I-league division 2 with a 3–1 win over Golden Threads FC. NabaChnadra scored 2 goals and N Rakesh scored one.[2] NISA beat Shimla Youngs 3–0.[3] They finished their group A qualifying with 9 points and didn't qualify for final round.

The defending champion North Imphal Sporting Association Thangmeiband will retain the prestigious champion title of the 6th Manipur State League.[clarification needed][4]


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  2. ^ "访问错误".
  3. ^ Press, Imphal Free. "NISA win in I league tournament – KanglaOnline".
  4. ^ "NISA Will be the Champion again : 26th sep11 ~ E-Pao! Headlines".

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