Mohun Bagan became the second club after East Bengal to complete a century of wins in the I-League after a 5-0 win against Churchill Brothers
After beating Shillong Lajong 5-1 on Saturday, East Bengal picked up their 100th win in the I-League, the first team to do so.
I-League's future might be uncertain, but the turnout for Sunday's derby proved there's plenty of life still left in the old Kolkata clubs.
Mohun Bagan and East Bengal may have lost several players to the ISL, but that hardly matters for die-hard fans of the Kolkata derby.
While the city's legacy clubs struggle with modern game's demands, Maji battles cancer & financial difficulties to follow his club across the country.
William Lalnunfela's star turn brought Aizawl back from the brink and helped hold East Bengal to a 2-2 draw in the season opener for both teams.
Despite the exodus of much of last year's team, coach Paulo Coelho Meneses thinks Aizawl FC will cope, thanks to the "professionalism" of the side.
With two leagues running simultaneously, I-League will find it increasingly difficult to compete with ISL, but there's hope for younger players.
As the I-League completes 10 years, ESPN's writers pick their memories of matches or moments that they witnessed first-hand.
Clogged domestic schedule could make progress in AFC tournaments tough for Aizawl and Bengaluru.
Defending champions Aizawl FC begin their title defence away to East Bengal, while the first Kolkata derby of the season will take place on Dec 2.
The Supreme Court will hear AIFF's plea on challenging the Delhi High Court verdict of setting aside the election of Praful Patel.
Details of AIFF's 'illegal' 2016 election - struck down by the Delhi HC - have emerged, showing it followed FIFA poll rules but not the sports code.
The All India Football Federation (AIFF) will decide on the fixture list for the 2017-18 I-League season over the next couple of days.
Infrastructure is not the problem, nor the solution - there's a powerful virus in the software below the decked-up hardware that first needs fixing.
The city's fabled love for the sport exists at many levels, and the Under-17 World Cup reinforces the feeling that this is India's football capital.
Even as AIFF's Baby Leagues project is yet to get off the ground, Mizoram's Young Legends League shows how India can introduce its young to football.
The I-League is set to return to Kerala after a gap of six seasons, as the AIFF has granted direct entry to Gokulam FC for the 2017-18 edition.